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Big Tree of Bunlahy: Stories of My Own Countrysideby Colum, Padraic
Glory of the Seasby Hewes, Agnes
Apprentice of Florenceby Kyle, Ann
Young Fu is bound for seven years to be an apprentice to Tang the coppersmith, and his new life in the Chinese city of Chungking is both exciting and terrifying. Yet for Young Fu, the pleasures of the bustling Chungking of the 1920s far outweigh its dangers...
After being turned out by his mean-spirited uncle, Chris Dahlberg decides to harvest some of the giant logs down the Mississippi River to market in St. Louis.
The Railroad To Freedom: A Story of the Civil Warby Swift, Hildegarde
Children of the Soil: A Story of Scandinaviaby Burglon, Nora
A poignant story of a young Navajo boy's spiritual odyssey and coming of age as a medicine man provides a vivid portrait of the beliefs, traditions, and lifestyle of the Navajo people.
The Fairy Circusby Lathrop, Dorothy P.
Boy of the South Seasby Tietjens, Eunice
Out of the Flameby Lownsbery, Eloise
Jane's Islandby Allee, Marjorie
Truce of the Wolf and Other Tales of Old Italyby Davis, Mary
In 1743, thirteen-year-old Marguerite Ledoux travels to Maine as the indentured servant of a family that regards her as little better than the Indians that threaten them, but her strength, quick thinking and courage surprise them all.
In ancient Japan a struggling artist is angered when his housekeeper brings home a tiny white cat he can barely afford to feed
Floating Islandby Parrish, Anne
The Dark Star of Itza: The Story of A Pagan Princessby Malkus, Alida
Queer Personby Hubbard, Ralph
Mountains are Freeby Adams, Julie Davis
Spice and the Devil's Caveby Hewes, Agnes
Meggy MacIntosh was under her uncle's care. She felt neglected and went away to North Carolina in search of her heroine, Flora MacDonald. She moves to the back country and finds the Highlander there. Soon she realizes that their way was not hers.
Garram the Hunter: A Boy of the Hill Tribesby Best, Herbert
Hitty is a very special doll who belongs to Phoebe. Phoebe is proud of her beautiful doll and brings Hitty everywhere she goes. This is thrilling for Hitty, who finds herself involved in the most wonderful adventures both on land and at sea.
A Daughter of the Seine: The Life of Madame Rolandby Eaton, Jeanette
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