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Title: Historical fiction bibliography


1
Historical fiction bibliography
bycody bowen
2
Ghost Girl
  • Eleven year old April is delighted when president
    and Mrs. Hoover build a school near her Madison
    county Virginia, home but her family's poverty,
    and other problems may mean that April can never
    learn to read.

3
Fever, 1793
  • In 1793 Philadelphia, 16-year-old Matilda cook,
    separated from her sick mother, learns about
    perseverance and self reliance when she is forced
    to cope with the horrors of a Yellow Fever
    Epidemic.

4
The Ransom of Mercy Carter
  • In 1704, in the English settlement of Deerfield,
    Massachusetts, 11-year-old Mercy and her family
    and neighbors are captured by Mohawk Indians and
    their French allies, and forced to march through
    bitter cold to French Canada, where some adapt to
    new lives and some still hope to be ransomed.

5
Train wreckkansas,1892
  • In1892 Max and Jodi, young employees of a
    traveling circus finds their lives endangered
    when their train wrecks in a storm.

6
Maggie's Door
  • In the mid-1800s, Nory and her neighbor and
    friend, Sean set out separately on a dangerous
    journey from famine-plagued Ireland, hoping to
    reach a better life in America.

7
Rifles for Watie
  • 16-year-old Jeff cant wait to join the Union
    army and fight against Stand Watie, leader of the
    Cherokee Indian rebels.

8
The Year of the Hangman
  • In 1777, having been kidnapped and taken forcibly
    from England to the American colonies,
    15-year-old Creighton becomes part of
    developments in the political unrest there that
    may spell defeat for the patriots and change the
    course of history.

9
Mary, Queen of Scots
  • Mary, the young Scottish Queen, is sent a diary
    from her mother in which she records her
    experieriences living at the court of Frances
    King Henry II as she awaits her marriage.

10
Doomed Queen Anne
  • In 1520, 13-year-old Anne Boleyn, jealous of her
    older sisters beauty and position at court,
    declares that she will one day be Queen of
    England, and that her sister will kneel at her
    feet.

11
Night John
  • Twelve-year old Sarnys brutal life as a slave
    becomes more dangerous when a newly arrived slave
    offers to teach her how to reed.

12
The Cook Camp
  • During World War II, a little boy is sent to live
    with his grandma, a cook in a camp for workers
    building a road through the wilderness.

13
My Heart is on the Ground
  • In the diary account of her life at a government
    run boarding school in 1800, a 12-year-old Sioux
    Indian girl reveals a great need to find a way to
    help her people.

14
Numbering All the Bones
  • The Civil War is moving towards an end. Southern
    slaves are slowly gaining their freedom. But for
    thirteen-year-old Euglena, a home slave on a
    Georgia plantation, it is the most difficult time
    of her life.

15
Milkweed
  • This is the story of an orphan living in
    Nazi-occupied Warsaw during World War II who
    believes in bread, mothers, and angels.

16
Roll of Thunder, Hear My Cry
  • Four black children growing up in rural
    Mississippi during the depression experience
    racial antagonisms and hard times. This is the
    first book in a series of three.

17
Mr. Lincolns Drummer
  • Recounts the courageous exploits of Willie
    Johnston, an eleven-year-old Civil War drummer,
    who becomes the youngest recipient of the
    Congressional Medal of Honor.

18
The Raven Masters Secret
  • The 12-year-old son of the Raven Master and the
    tower of London befriends a Jacobite rebel being
    held prisioner there.

19
ANDThere are many more!
  • Watch for the following awesome historical
    fiction authors
  • Ann Rinaldi
  • Karen Cushman
  • Patricia Rielly Giff
  • Gary Paulsen
  • Clifton Wisler
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