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The Lacey Chronicles #2: The Queen's Lady

By: Eve Edwards

Book II in The Lacey Chronicles offers another tale of romance, deception and destiny. England, 1584.When beautiful Lady Jane Rievaulx begins her service to the Queen at Richmond Palace, she...

Fairies! A True Story

By: Shirley Raye Redmond
Illustrated by: Red Hansen

From the forest fairies of West Africa to the magical brownies of Scotland, people have told stories about fairies for a long, long time. In England, two little girls shocked the world when they claimed...

A Boy Called Dickens

By: Deborah Hopkinson
illustrated by: John Hendrix

For years Dickens kept the story of his own childhood a secret. Yet it is a story worth telling. For it helps us remember how much we all might lose when a child's dreams don't come true . . . As a child,...


The Lacey Chronicles #1: The Other Countess

By: Eve Edwards

"Part romance, part suspense, part friendship  . . . The Other Countess will not disappoint--it really is pure gold!"--Historical Novels ReviewEngland, 1582Ellie—Lady Eleanor Rodriguez, Countess...

Folly

By: Marthe Jocelyn

Three fates intertwine in this moving and passionate love story set in Victorian London. Mary Finn: country girl, maid to a lord in LondonCaden Tucker: liar, scoundrel, and heart's delightJames Nelligan:...

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...


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...