Castleberry Farm Press

You will enjoy this delightful series by Mr & Mrs Castleberry.  These are all books that can be read aloud as a family event and also enjoyed individually by your children.  These books are literature that we as parents can trust and our children can truly enjoy!  We highly recommend this whole series.  Our Price $15.00 each.

The Nelson family is busy on the farm, and Jason and Andy are busy solving new mysteries. Who has been trespassing on their land? Will a hidden camera tell them the answer? Mom and Cathy have a mystery of their own to solve, caused by Dad and the boys. And who is that old man at the party, the one who says he is 85, but is really much younger? Trapped will tell you the answers to these questions! 
There are new mysteries at the Nelson farm, as well as lots of fun. Lights go out and come back on, Mom keeps playing with flashlights and candles, and Cathy does a short disappearing act. Is Andy sleepwalking again? Why is there water on the bedroom floor at midnight? Who’s going to win the contests they’ve come up with? And will Grandad ever find his way out of that maze? To find out the answers, you’ll have to read our latest mystery, Lights Out!

“I am 12 and currently homeschooling with seven siblings. All of us who can read enjoy your Farm Mystery Series books. We have read almost all of them! I just wanted to say I enjoy them very much, and hope you write even more.” Florida
“My brother (age 9) and I (age 12) love reading your Farm Mystery Series. I enjoy the excitement and suspense. I can’t stop reading them – I can’t put them down. There are lots of reasons I like them so much. Some reasons are they aren’t creepy (like some mystery books are), they aren’t rude, or worldly. Most of all the biggest reason is they are written about a Christian home!” New York
“[My son and I] both thoroughly enjoyed this series as a read aloud, sharing precious moments together, usually around the breakfast table. Each morning Caleb was anxious for me to read to him and usually asked for one more chapter – please! Thank you for writing and publishing such godly, wholesome and character building books!” North Carolina
"I am working on re-reading all of your previous 7 mysteries to my younger four children. I read them years ago to the older four. They've been hoping for a new one, so they were pleased to hear about number 8!" Alabama

Join Jason and Andy as the Nelson family listens to letters from the past. What did Grandfather really see in the war years ago? What does barbed wire have to do with mice? Those mysterious tire tracks near the barn . . . who made them? And how many batches of chicken salad will Mom have to make before they solve the egg mystery? Read The History Mystery to find the answers! 

"I appreciate your family for standing firmly by your Christian standards, and in so doing writing Biblically based books. They are very hard to find today." New York
"It seems such a short time ago our 17 year old son was reading Footprints in the Barn and now we are studying courtship together! Our youngest son is now enjoying your books." Oklahoma

Jason and Andy are puzzled again. Does smoke always mean there’s a fire? Will that mysterious key unlock something exciting? What could cause such strange clouds? And how does Cathy come up with such hard clues, anyway? Of course, you’re going to have to read Where There’s Smoke..., the latest in the Farm Mystery Series, to find out. 

“We have your entire Farm Mystery Series and we think they are great!" Missouri
“Hope you’re writing more of these. The kids love them!” Vermont
"When I opened the email to find that there was a new book in the Farm Mystery Series, I just had to order it right away!  Our 12 year old son and 13 year old daughter have every one of the other books in the series and have read them more than once!" Missouri

A thousand nails in a barn? Why is there a mess in the kitchen at midnight? Who is Molly Buford, anyway? Will the boys figure out why there are leeches in a firetruck? And does Dad have to give up blueberry cream pie forever? Weighty matters, to be sure, but not too hard for the Great Detective Agency! Join Jason and Andy as they try to solve these and other mysteries in Weighty Matters, the fifth in the Farm Mystery Series.

“We got the latest Farm Mystery Series book, Weighty Matters, for Christmas and it is the most exciting yet. I enjoy reading these thrilling books because the mysteries are baffling, and I can relate to the characters.” Virginia

Who (or what) has taken Dad's watch and all the other things missing on the Nelson family farm? Should Dad invest in that fantastic money-making opportunity? And who are those new neighbors through the woods? Are they somehow responsible for the Nelsons' troubles? Join Jason and Andy as they try to solve these and other mysteries in Who, Me?  
"We just picked up your book Who, Me? at the home school fair and our children loved it. Thanks for the great book you put out." Texas
"Just finished reading your latest mystery to my students. They loved it!" New Jersey
“We have so much enjoyed your books. We’re back to searching for good books to read as a family because we’ve read all of yours! (Can you write two chapters a day? That’s about our reading speed!)” Ohio
“Thank you for quality, wholesome, family-oriented books. We have enjoyed all that we have ordered.” Nebraska
Follow the story of Jeff McLean as he seeks God's direction for his life. This book is written from a young man's perspective. A discussion of godly traits to seek in young men and women is included as part of the story. 1998. Paperback.

"Jeff McLean is easily one of the most inspiring books I have ever read. The plot of the story is surpassed only by the theme (righteousness should permeate our lives). Thank you for writing it!" Florida

Who is the man in the green car? What is going on in the hayloft? Is there something wrong with the mailbox? And what's for lunch? The answers to these and many other interesting questions are found in the book Footprints in the Barn. 

"I want to tell you what I like best about your books. The story lines are interesting and they are well-written but what I appreciate the most is the interplay between family members in your books. I think it is the most powerful message of each of your books—that presentation of a godly family working together cheerfully." Canada

Written by our 23-year-old daughter, Jeannie, Journey of the Heart is the long-awaited story of Janet McLean. Janet, now twenty-two years old, has matured and grown in the Lord. She has many longings, struggles, and questions that she must face with the help of the Lord and her parents. Will anyone ever want to court her? How should she handle her desires for a husband and family of her own? When she finds herself attracted to a young man, what should she do? This is an account of a young woman who is still waiting on the Lord. 
 “I can so clearly sense the godliness in the way it was written. I loved reading it because of the way that Janet has a devoted heart to God but yet is so human at the same time. It was so easy to relate to her - it was like her thought process was my own!” Pennsylvania
“. . . Wonderful, delightfully written! With each turn of the page it was as if I was reliving in a similar way the path the Lord chose for me to walk this past year . . . a path of suffering nearer to God’s heart.” California
“One thing I could not get over was how real it was. What a treat to get to read this book, this glimpse into your own heart. Journey of the Heart resonated with honesty. I liked how her parents interacted with her. I thought that was excellent. I appreciated that her struggle is so real - it does not instantly go away when she tells her parents about it, yet that was definitely the right choice. Janet comes full circle and though her struggles aren’t over, she knows Who strengthens her.” Natalie Nyquist, author of Quest for the High Places.
"I was really impressed with your book! Of all the books I have read regarding boy-girl relationships, yours comes the closest to the way I was raised." New York

What is that sound in the woods? Has someone been stealing Dad's tools? Why is a strange dog barking at midnight? And will the Nelsons be able to adopt Russian children? Midnight Sky provides the answers. 
"I recently purchased Midnight Sky and Footprints in the Barn for use in our church library. I am happy to have found another source to obtain good books for the young people of our assembly. As church librarian I have found out quickly that this is not always an easy thing to accomplish." New York
"Your books are like a ‘breath of fresh air' to our family. So innocent, uplifting and encouraging for those of us who yearn to raise up godly children." Michigan
"Please continue writing godly material for our youth. The Lord blessed you with an ability to put on paper what we have always wanted to." Illinois
"My boys love your Farm Mystery Series." Virginia

The Great Detective Agency is at it once again, solving mysteries on the Nelson farmstead. Why is there a pile of rocks in the woods? Is someone stealing gas from the mill? How could a railroad disappear? And will Jason and Andy have to eat biscuits without honey? You will have to read this second book in the Farm Mystery Series to find out. 
"My husband read The Mysterious Message to the family before bedtime. We never wanted him to stop! He would read until he was hoarse." South Carolina
"This is another wholesome book by Mr. and Mrs. Castleberry . . . The authors intentionally weave strong Christian family values, as well as teach some deductive reasoning, as the boys solve the mysteries in the book. This book is not just entertainment, but rather your children will learn how to solve problems by thinking and using research materials to come up with solutions." from a review in In Keeping With the Faith, Sept-Oct 1997, p. 20.
"Thank you for writing The Mysterious Message. Our family loved it! The added bonus to a great family story was the science lesson (s). My kids have done further research (on the mysteries)." Ohio
"Thank you for taking the time and effort to produce literature that parents can trust, yet children enjoy!" Minnesota
Nineteen-year-old Bruce Cohlmann has a choice to make. He can continue to fish for salmon in Alaska, following a four - generation tradition that he knows and loves. But God seems to be opening a different door for him, and Bruce has to make a decision. How can he know what the Lord wants him to do with his life? The Choice, written by our oldest son, Stephen Castleberry, Jr., tells the story of the steps Bruce takes as he tries to determine God's will. 
"Keep writing, our children really enjoy your books." Ohio

Sixteen year-old Beth Grant is quite happy with her life and has no desire for any changes. But God has many lessons in store before she is ready for courtship. The story of Beth's spiritual journey toward godly womanhood is told along with the story of her courtship. 
"We are currently reading together your book, Waiting for Her Isaac. Even with our wide age spread (11, 14, 16, 50, 55), it has kept us laughing and praising the Lord for a book so filled with His ways." Oregon
"A cheerful, lively family. A daughter happy with her life just as it is. A flurry of unforeseen, and -- to 16-year-old Beth Grant -- unwelcome, changes robbing her of the pleasantries she's used to, and slowly shifting her focus to what's truly important . . . Her own imperfection makes the ensuing events, and her struggles and victories throughout, particularly encouraging . . ." From a review in HopeChest Magazine, Aug/Sept 1997, p. 17.
"I would like to thank you for that book. It is a wonderful book. It was the first book (not including my Bible) that was Godly from cover to cover that I have read in the 14 years that I have called myself a Christian." California
Sarah McLean is a nineteen year-old girl who longs to become a wife and mother. The book chronicles a period of two years, in which she has to learn to trust her parents and God fully in their decisions for her future. 
"The principles of courtship are well explained in (the book) as a part of the story line...There are no worldly ideas or language in this book. No television, no movies, no disrespect, no feminism, no nothing! " From a review by Cathy White in An Encouraging Word, July 1996.
"Thank you for writing and publishing such a needed book! . . . I was often encouraged as a mother to love my children more. I felt this book was not only a book for young women but also ‘older women.' I was very pleased with all the characters and how the good qualities were lifted up, and ungodly revealed as such." Illinois
"I was especially pleased when I read the copyright date, for I have found good- quality books to have been written 75-100 years ago and have had to rely on companies having them reprinted. Thank you for this ministry; may our good Lord richly bless you!" Nevada
"This book is a refreshing change from contemporary books written for teen girls, and one parents will appreciate too. . . The book features a good discussion on character traits and how these traits affect the marriage relationship. This is a good book for families to read together. It paints an excellent picture of everyday Christian home life.