Biography


The Life of John Knox (Inventory Reduction Sale)
The classic life of Knox who is considered a great religious reformer and founder of Scottish Presbyterianism. In this classic life of John Knox, author/historian Thomas McCrie vividly portrays Knox as the valiant Christian Reformer.

Orig.: $30.00
Sale: $10.00


Ignatius of Antioch
by Sinclair Ferguson and published by Banner of Truth. Part of the new "Heroes of the Faith" series for children. Ignatius tells the story of a man prepared to live and die for the Lord Jesus Christ. One day he faced lions. Hardback. Very well illustrated.

$14.00


Irenaeus of Lyons
by Sinclair Ferguson and published by Banner of Truth. Part of the new "Heroes of the Faith" series for children. Irenaeus tells the story of a man who served Christ far away from his home. He helped Christians by his many writings. Hardback. Very well illustrated.

$14.00


Polycarp of Smyrna
by Sinclair Ferguson and published by Banner of Truth. Part of the new "Heroes of the Faith" series for children. Polycarp tells the story of a man who loved and served Christ for over 80 years. His faith persevered to the end. Hardback. Very well illustrated.

$14.00


The Great Little Madison
by Jean Fritz. A flowing account of the fourth president of the United States. Madison, with his soft spoken eloquence, intelligence and passion for a united America, was the voice of reason at the Constitutional Convention of 1787. "A great book about a great little president." Ages 10-14. Paperback.

$7.00


Up From Slavery
by Booker T. Washington. The foremost black American spokesman of the 19th century tells his own story while exhorting blacks to self-reliance and improvement. Paperback. Youth and up.

$6.00


Narrative of the Life of Frederick Douglass An American Slave
First published in 1845, this autobiogrpahy of Frederick Douglass details the life of this famous abolitionist. Paperback.

$5.00


Michael Faraday
by Charles Ludwig. Albert Einstein rated Michael Faraday as one of the all-time greats of science along with Galileo and Sir Isaac Newton. In historical fiction format the author presents Michael Faraday's remarkable life story in a way that will capture the interest and admiration of young and old. Paperback.

$11.00


Young Thomas Edison
by Sterling North. Follow Thomas Edison's life - from losing his sense of hearing to losing his hard-earned fortune, all while making the world a better place in which to live - in this intriguing biography by this Newbery Honor author. Ages 8-12. Paperback.

$7.00


Mark Twain and the River
by Sterling North. Trace Mark Twain's life from 1835 - when his birth was heralded by Halley's Comet - to 1910 - when the comet returned upon his death - in this fascinating biography by this Newbery Honor author. Ages 8-12. Paperback.

$7.00