Join Father, Mother, Fritz, Ernest, Jack, and little Franz Robinson as their journey from Switzerland to settle a new land is interrupted by a severe storm and shipwreck. Using the resources found on the ship, they make their way to a deserted, tropical island that they will now call home.
Watch as the Robinson parents ingrain into their sons the importance of faith and gratitude in God's sovereignty and provision. Experience their faith and creativity as they discover and humbly use the resources that God has provided for them on the island. But not everything is perfect—they also face danger and loss that stretch their faith in God and in one another.
After reading this book, be prepared for your children to have new weekend projects for the family, from building a treehouse to fashioning bows and arrows to making candles. And, as Father Robinson would say, "...maintain good order and keep together on the march!"