Brave the Wild TrailBrave the Wild Trail

by Milly Howard

If cowboy lore fascinates you, you might be interested to learn about Florida Cracker cattle and Marsh Tacky horses. But there is much more than history and adventure to make this story worth reading. This is also a tale of changed hearts and true friendship. Paperback. Read more »


The Worst Jokes I Know (and I Know a Lot!)The Worst Jokes I Know (and I Know a Lot!): 101 Funny Bone Ticklers For Jokesters of All Ages

by B. Patrick Lincoln

Published by Homestead on the Range

At last—a supply of clean jokes for the whole family! Young jokers (cards, you might say) will learn 101 side-splitting riddles and funny bone ticklers, all in a small, illustrated book made to be shared. Paperback or Kindle. Read more »


Little House Nine-Book Box SetLittle House Nine-Book Box Set

by Laura Ingalls Wilder

This set includes all nine of Laura’s wonderful stories. Learn about homesteading and farming in the late 1800s. Paperbacks.


Misty of ChincoteagueMisty of Chincoteague

by Marguerite Henry

No study of Chincoteague pony history would be complete without it. Kindle, hardcover, paperback, or audiobook.


Stormy, Misty's FoalsStormy, Misty’s Foal

by Marguerite Henry

When a devastating storm hits Chincoteague, the Beebes must evacuate, leaving Misty to her own resources…in the family kitchen. Based on the true story of the Ash Wednesday Storm of 1962. Paperback, Kindle, or audiobook.


Dear Readers and RidersDear Readers and Riders

by Marguerite Henry

Have you ever wondered about the true stories behind Marguerite Henry’s books? If so, you may find the answers to your questions in Dear Readers and Riders. Hardcover. Read more »


Tree in the TrailTree in the Trail

by Holling C. Holling

A cottonwood tree sees many different groups of people travel across Kansas, from Plains tribes to Spanish conquistadors. The old tree eventually gains new life in the form of an ox yoke and takes a trip on the Santa Fe Trail! Hardcover or paperback. Read more »


A Champion of the FoothillsFREE: A Champion of the Foothills

by Lewis Edwin Theiss

Ned Higgins grew up on his father’s run-down farm, firmly believing that it will never amount to anything. Then one night his eye falls on a headline in a newspaper: “Alabama Boy Raises 232 Bushels of Corn to the Acre.” Variety of eBook formats. Read more ».