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London Calling

By: Edward Bloor

Martin Conway comes from a family filled with heroes and disgraces. His grandfather was a statesman who worked at the US Embassy in London during WWII. His father is an alcoholic who left his family. His...

Girl, Barely 15: Flirting for England

By: Sue Limb

Jess Jordan is barely 15. Fred is her often-aggravating best guy friend; her father is a lonely bachelor; Flora is her gorgeous best friend, a constant liability; and Ben Jones is barely a twinkle in her...

Raleigh's Page

By: Alan Armstrong
illustrated by: Tim Jessell

ANDREW HAS grown up near the Plymouth docks hearing the sailors talk about America. Knowing that Andrew's heart is set on going to the new world, his father sends him up to London to serve as page in the...


Girl, Going on 17: Pants on Fire

By: Sue Limb

It's never fun when a great summer comes to an end.Particularly when one argues with one’s adorable, but grossly insensitive, boyfriend the night before school starts. It’s such a terrible...

The Snow Goose

By: Paul Gallico
illustrated by: Angela Barrett

Tell Me Lies

By: Patrick Cooper

It is 1969, and Stephen meets up with old friend Astrid and her lover Spencer, and stays with them in the hippy household “The Hollies.” Peace and love are tangible: until his passionate...


The Cannibals

By: Iain Lawrence

As Tom Tin nears Australia, where he’s to serve a lengthy sentence for a murder he didn’t commit, he and his fellow convict, Midgely, plot their escape. No matter that the ship carrying them...

Girl, 15, Charming but Insane

By: Sue Limb

Like any self-respecting girl her age, Jess wants to be devastatingly gorgeous, popular, and intelligent. But unfortunately, her best friend, Flora, has beaten her to it. Now Jess needs a new focus. The...

The Prince and the Snowgirl

By: Simon Cheshire

Everyone thinks Tom Miller is lucky. For starters, Tom looks so much like England's Prince George that he makes money impersonating him. Unfortunately, that usually involves signing autographs at the latest...