Pillar of Fire
Authored by Rev. J. H. Ingraham and edited by Mark Hamby, this work of historical fiction re-tells the story of the quest of the Hebrew people to be delivered from Egyptian captivity. The author presents the story from the perspective of the Prince of Tyre, who writes a series of letters to his beloved mother about the spectacular events that he witnessed in Egypt prior to and including the time of the Hebrew exodus. This classic novel, originally written in the 19th century, provides an interesting examination of one of the most beloved stories in sacred Scripture. The book contains somewhat small print and a few black and white illustrations. 243 pgs, hc. ~ Mike
Enjoy this eloquently-written, illustrative account of the Prince of Tyre during his visit to Egypt more than 3500 years ago. The author brings full color and inspiration to every page in this suspense-filled drama.
Historical fiction books based on the lives of Christian heroes. Using actual incidents and facts from the lives of these men and women of faith, the storylines center around a fictional young person who interacts with the Christian hero. Many of the stories are through the eyes of a young male, making this a good choice for those with a young boy beginning longer chapter books. See Reading section for descriptions, order numbers and prices.