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My Own Revolution

by Carolyn Marsden

In 1960s Czechoslovakia, Patrik participates in and rebels against the communist regime, knowing that anyone could become an enemy in the blink of an eye. Fourteen-year-old Patrik rebels against the communist...


Button Down

by Anne Ylvisaker

As football fever hits Goodhue, Iowa, Ned Button steps into the lineup in a funny new adventure about a small-town family living in 1929. Ever since local boy Lester Ward got drafted by the University of Iowa...


Secrets of Shakespeare's Grave: The Shakespeare Mysteries, Book 1

by Deron R. Hicks & Mark Edward Geyer

The Da Vinci Code meets Nancy Drew in this galloping middle-grade mystery about twelve-year old Colophon Letterford and the ancient treasure left to her literary publishing family.


Ransom's Mark: A Story Based on the Life of the Pioneer Olive Oatman

by Wendy G. Lawton

Olive Oatman and her sister are captured when their wagon train is raided by outlaw Yavapais. After enduring harsh treatment, they are ransomed by a band of Mohaves. She learns to see the Mohave design tattooed...


The Broken Lands

by Kate Milford & Andrea Offermann

A fast-paced and richly textured historical fantasy, this prequel to The Boneshaker centers around the seedy underworld of Coney Island, the construction of the Brooklyn Bridge, and the two orphans who are determined...


The Squire, His Knight, and His Lady

by Gerald Morris

Squire Terence and Sir Gawain are off questing again, but this time their journey is overshadowed by their ultimate destination: Gawain is to meet up with the Green Knight in a contest that could easily lead...


Sarah Bishop

by Scott O'Dell

Left alone after the deaths of her father and brother, who take opposite sides in the War of Independence, Sarah Bishop flees from the British who seek to arrest her and struggles to shape a new life for herself...


The Klipfish Code

by Mary Casanova

This absorbing novel about the Norwegian resistance during WWII is as informative as it is riveting. An action-driven story of heroism and perserverance, this book captivates, while shedding light on a region...


Personal Effects

by E.M. Kokie

Ever since his brother, T.J., was killed in Iraq, Matt feels like he's been sleepwalking through life - failing classes, getting into fights, and avoiding his dad's lectures about following in his brother's...


Come August, Come Freedom: The Bellows, The Gallows, and The Black General Gabriel

by Gigi Amateau

An 1800 insurrection planned by a literate slave known as "Prosser's Gabriel" inspires a historical novel following one extraordinary man's life. In a time of post-Revolutionary fervor in Richmond, Virginia,...


The Teeth of the Gale

by Joan Aiken

The third book in an adventure trilogy set in the early nineteenth century


Bridle the Wind

by Joan Aiken

The second book in an adventure trilogy set in the early nineteenth century


Go Saddle the Sea

by Joan Aiken

The first book in an adventure trilogy set in the early nineteenth century


On Rough Seas

by Nancy L. Hull

At 14, Alec knows what he wants to be: a seaman. Instead of working at his family’s inn, he prefers roaming through the busy streets and docks of Dover. When the captain of the Britannia, one of the fishing...


Anna All Year Round

by Mary Downing Hahn & Diane de Groat

Eight-year-old Anna enjoys one exciting experience after another in this charming story set in Baltimore just before World War I. She gets a new winter coat that's even better than Rosa's, rollerskates down...


The Gold Rush Kid

by Mary Waldorf

When 12-year-old Billy McGee’s mother dies suddenly of typhoid fever, he and his older sister, Edna, are faced with the unhappy prospect of getting sent to live with distant relatives. Instead, Edna disguises...


Bridge to America: Based on a True Story

by Linda Glaser

The year is 1920 and the setting is a shtetl, a small village in northern Poland, where Fivel and his family live in fear of the ruthless Cossacks and unpredictable pogroms. As he and his mother, brother, and...


Hear the Wind Blow

by Mary Downing Hahn

On a cold, snowy night, Haswell Magruder makes a decision that will have a profound effect on his own life as well as the lives of all those he loves. A wounded Confederate soldier appears at the family’s...


Stepping on the Cracks

by Mary Downing Hahn

In 1944, when her brother is overseas fighting in World War II, eleven-year-old Margaret changes her mind about the school bully, Gordy, after she discovers he is hiding his own brother, a deserter.


When I Crossed No-Bob

by Margaret McMullan

Life as an O’Donnell is all twelve-year-old Addy knows, and life as an O’Donnell means trouble.

Tucked away in a gray patch of woods called No-Bob, the O’Donnell clan has nothing but a bad reputation. So...