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Madame Tussaud's Apprentice: An Untold Story of Love in the French Revolution

by Kathleen Benner Duble

In 1789, with the starving French people on the brink of revolution, orphaned Celie Rosseau, an amazing artist and a very clever thief, runs wild with her protector, Algernon, trying to join the idealistic freedom...


Copper Magic

by Julia Mary Gibson

Debut author Julia Mary Gibson explores turn-of-the-century Native American culture, ecology, and conservation, in her historical fiction novel, Copper Magic.

The year is 1906, and on the shores of Lake Michigan...


See you soon Caroline!

by Bernard S Wilson

"See you soon Caroline!" A young English girl, exploring her family history as part of a homework assignment, stumbles across an episode in the life of her family which takes her to the remains of internment...


Ghosts of James Bay

by John Wilson

Fourteen-year-old Al, spending the summer near James Bay with his father, is startled to see a ship he recognizes as the Discovery, whose captain was the ill-fated Henry Hudson.


1870: Not With Our Blood

by Elizabeth Massie

America as seen through the eyes of its young founders.

Seventeen-year-old Patrick O'Neall dreams of going to college one day and becoming a famous writer--until news arrives of his father's death in a place...


1863: A House Divided

by Elizabeth Massie

America as seen through the eyes of its young founders.

By April 1863 the Civil War has been raging for two years. On their sleepy farm in Gettysburg, sixteen-year-old twins Susanne and Stephen are alarmed by...


1776: Son of Liberty

by Elizabeth Massie

“We hold these truths to be self-evident, that all men are created equal…” On his farm in Maryland, sixteen-year-old Caleb Jacobson hears rumors of an armed rebellioni of the Massachusetts colonists against...


1609: Winter of the Dead

by Elizabeth Massie

America comes of age--as seen through the eyes of its young founders

Nat and Richard are two orphaned thieves on the streets of London. When John Smith offers them passage as laborers on a merchant ship bound...


Under a Living Sky

by Joseph Simons

At the height of the Depression, Mary is unlikely to receive new shoes for Christmas but is deeply disappointed to receive a doll crudely sewn from a horse's nosebag instead.


The Reunion

by Jacqueline Pearce

Will a handful of beads and the power of a story be enough to heal friendships across three generations?


Lauren Yanofsky Hates the Holocaust

by Leanne Lieberman

Lauren, a Jewish teen, is sick of hearing about the Holocaust but must make a tough choice when some friends play Nazi war games.


The Mountain That Walked

by Katherine Holubitsky

The year is 1903, and Charlie, on the run from false accusations, ends up in Frank, a coal-mining town about to experience disaster.


Record Breaker

by Robin Stevenson

In 1963, cataclysmic world events threaten to overwhelm Jack as his family tries to deal with the death of his baby sister.


Battle Cry at Batoche

by B. J. Bayle

Ben Muldoon witnesses the struggle of the Mtis and Cree in the Saskatchewan River Valley in 1885. He is caught between his loyalty to a friend and the authority of an uncle


Your Time, My Time

by Ann Walsh

While visiting the peaceful graveyard of nearby Barkerville, B.C., Elizabeth finds a small gold ring that transports her to the nineteenth century during the heyday of the gold rush.


Viking Terror

by Tom Henighan

When Rigg and Ari hunt a wolf in medieval Greenland, their skill and courage are pitted against wily adversaries, with the survival of their people at stake.


Viking Quest

by Tom Henighan

Fifteen-year-old Rigg, son of Leif Eriksson, makes an amazing discovery: the Vikings aren't alone in the New World. But who inhabits it with them - demons, giants, or another human tribe?


Kootenay Silver

by Ann Chandler

In 1910, 12-year-old Addy McLeod waits in a cabin for her brother, Cask, to send for her. She must fight off the advances of her alcoholic stepfather, but then tragedy strikes. She flees and disguises herself...


A Deadly Distance

by Heather Down

In early nineteenth-century Newfoundland, the Beothuks have been decimated. Young Mishbee struggles against tuberculosis and prejudice as she befriends a young settler.


Sophie Sea to Sea: A Sophie Alias Star Girl adventure

by Norma Charles

Star Girl is a pint-sized superhero with gigantic appeal for 10-year-old Sophie, a French-Canadian girl about to move to British Columbia with her family in 1949.