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Elizabeth Raum's Complete Publication List (30.7 KB)

This includes books and articles Raum has written. An * indicates books about Colonial and Revolutionary America. 

A Kidnapping in Kentucky, 1776

This novel for readers ages 8-12 tells the tale of what happened one July day in 1776 when Jemima, Daniel Boone's 13-year-old daughter and two friends are kidnapped by American Indians. The search party includes 12-year-old John Gass, a loyal friend, and Jemima's dad. An adventure in history.

A Kidnapping in Kentucky, 1776

Storm Warning

No matter how hard twelve-year-old North Olson tries to do what's right, he can't seem to please his dad. When a major flood threatens to destroy his hometown, North is left in charge of his little sister. A blizzard blows in and his great-grandmother disappeard. Can North find her and keep Rosie safe as floodwaters continue to rise?

Storm Warning

The Big, Bold, Adventurous Life of Lavinia Warren

Lavinia Warren never let her height—or the lack of it—prevent her from leading a full and adventurous life.

The Big, Bold, Adventurous Life of Lavinia Warren

The Choose Your Journey Series

Imagine you were in the Holy Land when Jesus was born and began his ministry. That's exactly where these interactive novels take readers ages 7-10. Readers must make a decision every few pages that determine what who they meet and what they see, hear, and do. They can journey with Jesus, listen to Him preach, meet believers and those who doubt.

Constitution Q&A: 175+ Fascinating Facts for Kids

175+ Awesom things to know about the Constitution with Q&As, true or false questions, and much more!

Drive-Through Christmas Eve and Other Stories for Christmas


 Celebrate the transforming POWER OF CHRISTMAS in this timeless story collection, which is suitable for the entire family. The characters in these diverse stories find joy, hope, and encouragement in unexpected encounters. Join them as they discover the true meaning of Christmas.

Terrifying True Tales: Fighting to Survive Being Lost at Sea and Fighting to Survive Space Disasters

SOS! What would you do if you were stranded in the middle of the ocean with no way to get home? How long could you survive? Find out what Jack Thayer from the Titanic, teen sailor Abby Sunderland, and other did to survive in these true tales of being lost at sea.


Being lost is scary. Being lost in space is terrifying. These true tales from around the world tell of astronauts who endured harrowing disasters in space. Would you want to go there?

Animal Builder Series

These illustrated nonfiction picture books describe how various animals build their homes. Titles include: Rabbits Dig Burrows, Bees Build Beehives, Bears Make Dens, Beavers Build Lodges, Birds Build Nests, and Orangutans Build Tree Nests.   

Change Maker Biographies

Biographies of women whose lives changed the world: Ruby Bridges, Sally Ride, Marie Curie, Malala Yousafzai, Harriet Tubman, and Susan B. Anthony for readers in grades 2 and 3.

Cedric and the Dragon

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The unlikely hero in this story is young Prince Cedric, who was slow to walk, has a tough time with reading and math, and fails miserably at dragon-slaying school. But with kindness and his love of hugs, Cedric saves the kingdom.


This cheerful picture book reminds us there is more than one way to solve a problem and reinforces the idea that everyone has something special to offer. A gentle message about kindness with delightful watercolors and a lovable dragon.


Mom's Choice Awards® Gold Recipient
Christian Century Magazine Notable Books List