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Cross Tides

by Lorraine Orman

A gripping young adult novel that sweeps from the pioneer past to the present.In the late 1820s, Lizzie Dawson, only sixteen, was forced to be the child bride of a notorious whaler in the remote Marlborough...


Mr Bluenose

by Jack Lasenby

A charming novel for young readers by an award-winning writer, based on a young boy's summer in the countryside and the characters — real and imagined — that he meets. Dad has to go to work, so you go down...


When Mum Went Funny

by Jack Lasenby

It's war-time and Dad's away, so Mum has to run the farm. Sometimes the stress of it all gives her funny ideas, in this hilarious tale by a much-loved, award-winning junior fiction author. ‘You wait till Constable...


Sea of Mutiny

by Ken Catran

An exciting young adult historical novel based on the true story of Captain Bligh leading his sailors to safety after the mutiny on the Bounty.

Sixteen-year-old John Hallet was on board the ill-fated Bounty...


Lizzie, Love

by Brenda Delamain

A fascinating historical novel for young adults set in pioneer New Zealand.The year is 1833 and Lizzie Kemp's father, James, is a missionary to Maori at Kerikeri in the Bay of Islands. Lizzie is twelve years...


Seal Boy

by Ken Catran

A thrilling young adult historical adventure novel about a boy on a ship forced to survive the elements as well as the ruthless crew.

Set in the 1840s, Seal Boy tells the story of Emmet Tyler, a 14-year-old...


Monsters of Blood and Honour

by Ken Catran

A powerful YA fictional examination of war told through three interlocking stories.Monsters of Blood & Honour contains three stand-alone stories, each with a related theme. In each story a teenager of 17 or...


Letters from the Coffin-Trenches

by Ken Catran

Poignant YA historical romance between a teen who runs away to fight in World War One, and his sweetheart back at home.Harry Wainwright is 17, not quite 18, but he can't wait to enlist for the Great War - so...


A Secret Mind

by Kaye Kelly

A lively, moving novel that vividly recreates the 1880s: the harsh lives; the attitudes to madness and to drunkenness; and the strength of friendship and love.After an accident at four years old, Libby Budd...


The Extraordinaires 2: The Subterranean Stratagem

by Michael Pryor

The theatre can wait. First there's a mystery to solve, not to mention a world to save . . . Kingsley Ward and Evadne Stephens are the Extraordinaires and they should be the toast of the town - but their juggling...


The River Charm

by Belinda Murrell

A river pebble on a charm bracelet has an astonishing true story to tell, of one family's bravery and survival in harsh colonial Australia . . .When artistic Millie visits a long-lost aunt, she learns the true...


The Locket of Dreams

by Belinda Murrell

A magical timeslip adventure set in Scotland of the 1850s and present-day Sydney Sophie discovers a golden locket in an old treasure box that belonged to her grandmother's grandmother. When she falls asleep...


The Ivory Rose

by Belinda Murrell

An ivory rose charm is the beginning of a terrifying adventure in 1890s Sydney in this gothic ghost story - another thrilling time slip tale for girls from best-loved author Belinda Murrell. Jemma has just landed...


My America: A Fine Start: Meg's Prairie Diary, Book Three

by Kate McMullan

In her third and final diary, by Kate McMullan, Meg continues to face the hardships of life on the prairie with her brave and sweet spirit. Meg continues to describe the daily realities on the prairie as she...


My America: As Far As I Can See: Meg's Prairie Diary, Book One, Kansas

by Kate McMullan

In Kate McMullan's first My America book, the drama and adventure of the American prairie come to life when Meg must leave her family and move to Kansas to avoid the St. Louis cholera epidemic. Margaret Cora...


Riding Freedom

by Pam Munoz Ryan & Brian Selznick

A reissue of Pam Munoz Ryan's bestselling backlist with a distinctive new author treatment. In this fast-paced, courageous, and inspiring story, readers adventure with Charlotte Parkhurst as she first finds...


Crown Of Dreams

by Katherine Roberts

King Arthur’s secret daughter Rhianna Pendragon’s quest for the four magical Lights continues. This time, she must find the Crown of Dreams that contains all the secrets of the Pendragons and is hidden deep...


Grail of Stars

by Katherine Roberts

Rhianna Pendragon sets out to find the final Light - the Grail of Stars - so she can use it to return King Arthur's soul to his body. But when Mordred is sighted and prince Elphin goes missing, Rhianna finds...


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...