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Historical Fiction/19th Century : By Author : f


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The Great Brain Does it Again

By: John Fitzgerald

"As entertaining as ever...readers will fall happily under The Great Brain's spell."--School Library Journal.

Me and My Little Brain

By: John Fitzgerald

When that shrewd conniver, Tom, the infamous Great Brain, is sent to school in Salt Lake City, his favorite victim, J.D., figures he can step into his brother's shoes as town hustler. Nothing's wrong with...

The Long March

By: Marie-Louise Fitzpatrick

"This deeply moving work quietly and effectively underscores the drama and pathos of a little-known historical episode. In 1847 the Choctaw, themselves impoverished, raised $170 (the equivalent of...


The Return of the Great Brain

By: John Fitzgerald

Tom Fitzgerald, alias The Great Brain, is back, struggling to stay reformed now that his friends have threatened to ostracize him if he puulls even one more swindle. But his brother J.D. knows Tom's reformation...

Bandit's Moon

By: Sid Fleischman; illustrated Jos. A. Smith

After a narrow escape from the nasty O. O. Mary's clutches, Annyrose ventures forth to find her long-lost brother Lank in gold-digging territory. But the journey is rough, bandits and fiends waiting for...


The Great Brain at the Academy

By: John Fitzgerald

Everyone knew that Tom Fitzgerald, alias The  Great Brain, would get into trouble when he went off  to school at the strict Catholic Academy for Boys  in Salt Lake City. But...

The Great Brain Reforms

By: John Fitzgerald