Series: Preteen Biography

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D.L. Moody, God's Salesman (Preteen Biography) by Sandy Dengler
Fanny Crosby: Writer of 8,000 Songs (Preteen Biography) by Sandy Dengler
Florence Nightingale (Preteen Biography) by Sandy Dengler
John Bunyan: Writer of Pilgrims Progress (Preteen Biography) by Sandy Dengler

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  1. John Newton: The Angry Sailor (Preteen Biography) by Kay Marshall Strom (1709)
  2. John Bunyan: Author of The Pilgrim's Progress (Heroes of the Faith) by Sam Wellman (1709)
  3. Borden of Yale by Mrs. Howard Taylor (1937)
  4. The life of D. L. Moody by Arthur Percy Fitt (1968)
  5. D. L. Moody: The Greatest Evangelist of the Nineteenth Century by Faith Coxe Bailey (1605)
  6. Trial by Poison by Dave Jackson (1994)
  7. Susanna Wesley (The Sowers) by Charles Ludwig (1984)
  8. Fanny J. Crosby : an autobiography by Fanny J. Crosby (1986)
  9. Mary Bunyan, The Dreamer's Blind Daughter by Sallie Rochester Ford (1970)
  10. 50 People Every Christian Should Know: Learning from Spiritual Giants of the Faith by Warren W. Wiersbe (2009)
  11. Hero Tales: A Family Treasury of True Stories from the Lives of Christian Heroes Volume 2 by Dave Jackson (1997)
  12. John Wesley (Men of Faith) by Basil Miller (1943)
  13. The Killer Cat (Sugar Creek Gang) by Paul Hutchens (1958)
  14. Beyond the River by Robert Elmer (1994)
  15. A Pilgrim Who Made Progress: The Life Story of John Bunyan by Dr. William S. Deal (1977)

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