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Apache Pass

by Stig Holmas & Anne Born

In this sequel to Son of Thunder, the Indians and settlers who long for peace are forced to take sides. Ages 12 and up.


Fire on the Hillside

by Melinda Rice

The spring of 1847 is approaching and Katherine Haufmann has just moved to Fredericksburg, Texas with her family from Germany. As she struggles to get used to her new home, 13-year-old Katherine becomes intrigued...


Marooned on the Pirate Coast

by Melinda Rice

This is the fourth title in the Lone Star Heriones Series of Texas history for children.


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?


Janie's Freedom: African Americans in the Aftermath of Civil War

by Callie Smith Grant

Time Period:  1867  Eleven-year-old Janie finds herself in a quandary. The War Between the States is now over, and Miss Laura, widowed mistress of Rubyhill Plantation, has told Rubyhill's former slaves they're...


Grace and the Bully: Drought on the Frontier

by Norma Jean Lutz

Time Period:  1819  Grace Morgan can't stand the dirty, unkempt boy who harasses her meek and quiet cousin. But Grace soon gets a taste of the bully's hard life of poverty when her hometown of Cincinnati is...


Emma's Secret: The Cincinnati Epidemic

by Veda Boyd Jones

Time Period:  1832  Twelve-year-old Emma Farley has a secret hope-but in 1832, in the rough frontier city of Cincinnati, will she ever be able to live her dream? The odds are against her, considering society's...


Daria Solves a Mystery: Ohio Experiences the Civil War

by Norma Jean Lutz

Time Period:  1862  Daria Fisk's father is a doctor who's serving with the Union Army. When her financially-strapped mother must open their home to boarders, a wounded soldier comes to stay. Daria's twin brother,...


Betsy's River Adventure: The Journey Westward

by Veda Boyd Jones

Time Period:  1808  Thirteen-year-old Betsy Miller is shocked when her parents decide to move from their home in Boston to the rugged frontier city of Cincinnati. They'll take a dangerous, weeks-long journey...


Emily Makes a Difference: A Time of Progress and Problems

by JoAnn A. Grote

Time Period:  1893  It's 1893, and technology is making Emily Allerton's world a better place. This fictional twelve year old can hardly believe the inventions displayed at the Chicago World's Fair-unusual...


The Shakespeare Stealer

by Gary Blackwood

Widge is an orphan with a rare talent for shorthand. His fearsome master has just one demand: steal Shakespeare's play "Hamlet"--or else. Widge has no choice but to follow orders, so he works his way into the...


Emerald Star

by Jacqueline Wilson & Nick Sharratt

Since leaving the Foundling Hospital, Hetty has seen her fair share of drama, excitement, tragedy and loss. After the death of her beloved mama, she sets off to find a real home at last - starting with the search...


Hetty Feather

by Jacqueline Wilson

London, 1876. Hetty Feather is just a tiny baby when her mother leaves her at the Foundling Hospital. The Hospital cares for abandoned children - but Hetty must first live with a foster family until she is big...


Queenie

by Jacqueline Wilson & Nick Sharratt

It's 1953, the year Elizabeth is to be crowned Queen of England. Elsie Kettle can't wait to go to London to see the celebrations on Coronation Day. Elsie lives with her Nan - her mum works as a showgirl, so...


Tunnels #6: Terminal

by Roderick Gordon & Brian Williams

The end to end all ends: The epic finale to the NEW YORK TIMES bestselling TUNNELS series! Total Termination of the English: The Styx and their lethal cohorts of Armagi will settle for nothing less. Not even...


Magic Tree House #33: Carnival at Candlelight

by Mary Pope Osborne & Sal Murdocca

MERLIN HAS ASKED Jack and Annie to help on another Merlin Mission. This time they head back into history to Venice, Italy. With the help of a research book, a book of magic rhymes, and a set of mysterious instructions...


North by Night: A Story of the Underground Railroad

by Katherine Ayres

It's 1851 and Lucy Spencer's family is keeping a secret. Their Ohio home is a station on the Underground Railroad, the network of people and places that helps fugitive slaves escape to freedom in Canada. Lucy...


Faoin Sceach Gheal

by Marita Conlon-McKenna

Since its first publication in 1990, Marita Conlon-McKenna's Under the Hawthorn Tree has broken all records for sales of an Irish-published children's book, has won national and international awards, and has...


The Ravens of Solemano or the Order of the Mysterious Men in Black: The Young Inventors Guild, Book 2

by Eden Unger Bowditch

It has been mere days since the brilliant children of the Young Inventors Guild escaped from the clutches of the horrible Komar Romak. They've escaped with their lovely and caring schoolteacher, Miss Brett;...