Mr and Mrs Stephen Castleberry
This ever-growing set (with a new book released each year) makes a superb addition to any family library. Although the books can be read individually and in any order, the recommended sequence for those who wish to read all the books in the series is:
Book 1: Footprints in the Barn
- Book 2: The Mysterious Message
- Book 3: Midnight Sky
- Book 4: Who, Me?
- Book 5: Weighty Matters
- Book 6: Where There's Smoke
- Book 7: The History Mystery
- Book 8: Lights Out!
- Book 9: Trapped
- Book 10: The Case of the Missing Man
Join Jason and Andy as they try to solve the mysterious happenings on the Nelson family's farm. These are books that the whole family will enjoy. In fact, many have used them as read-aloud-to-the-family books. Parents can be assured that there are no murders or other objectionable elements in these books. The boys learn lessons in obedience and responsibility while having lots of fun. There are no worldly situations or language, and no boy-girl relationships. Just happy and wholesome Christian family life, with lots of everyday adventure woven in.
The Farm Mystery Series
is often used as read-aloud to the family time by many customers. The recommended ages for young readers who are reading on their own is about 9 to 13 – however, some readers are a little younger or a little older, depending on their reading ability, interests, and maturity levels.
A satisfied customer testifies: “Our nine year old daughter loves to read and I have been having great difficulty finding good reading material to keep up with her appetite. Upon receiving your book, I was a bit skeptical and began to pre-screen it as I usually do before giving it to our daughter. I was so pleasantly surprised!! There was not one thing in the entire book that I saw that we would not want her to read. I did not have to censor anything out, which is a rarity for us! I so appreciated the conservative family values, Christian character traits and just plain Biblical message woven through the entire book! What peace and comfort to know she is reading something that not only encourages her love for learning, but is also pleasing to Jesus. Our daughter enjoyed reading the book so much, she couldn’t wait until her next reading time to find out what happened next (actually I had a hard time putting down the book myself as well!).” West Virginia