Saturday, February 5, 2011

Take A Trip Through Time!

If you could go anywhere,
at anytime,
where would you go?

Check out one of our NEW Historical Fiction books and see where
your imagination takes you!

I Was Jane Austen's Best Friend by Cora Harrison
In a series of journal entries, Jenny Cooper describes her stay with cousin Jane Austen in the 1790s, and her entrance into Jane's world of beautiful dresses, dances, secrets, gossip, and romance.

Bright Young Things by Anna Godbersen
In the spring of 1929, eighteen-year-old Cordelia Grey and her stage-struck friend Letty Larkspur run away from their small Ohio town to seek their fortunes in New York City and soon find themselves drawn into situations and relationships, particularly with the dazzling Astrid Donal, that change their lives forever.

Prisoners in the Palace by Michaela MacColl
Recently orphaned and destitute, seventeen-year-old Liza Hastings earns a position as a lady's maid to sixteen-year-old Princess Victoria at Kensington Palace in 1836, the year before Victoria becomes Queen of England.

Wild Geese by Caroline Pignat
Wild Geese, the sequel to Greener Grass, follows Kit Byrne and her friend Mick O'Toole after they leave famine-stricken Ireland. Across the Atlantic, through Grosse Isle quarantine station, and on to Upper Canada, the two teenagers endure storms, epidemics, and quarantines. Desperate to find her family who traveled on a different ship, Kit is willing to sacrifice everything, even her love for Mick, to reunite the remaining orphaned Byrnes. Jack and Annie are out there somewhere and Kit will not stop searching until she finds them and her family is
together again.

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