Category: Historical Fiction
|June 16, 2014||Posted by Betty Gelean under Historical Fiction, Young Readers|
A tale of survival, constant fear and worry, death, innovation, and love of family.
|June 10, 2014||Posted by admin under Ancient civilization, Historical Fiction, Young Readers|
Three fictional narratives of life in the time of Moses, Jesus, and Muhammad.
|May 26, 2014||Posted by Christa McGrath under Drama, Historical Fiction, Suspense|
This coming-of-age, wartime story is sure to move its readers.
|April 22, 2014||Posted by Christa McGrath under Canadian, Historical Fiction, Young Adult, Young Readers|
Follow Hattie to San Francisco as she pursues her secret dream of becoming a big city reporter.
|March 15, 2014||Posted by Christa McGrath under Canadian, Historical Fiction, Young Adult, Young Readers|
Jayna loves her big brother, her turtle, and making soup. And when her brother goes off to war and is reported missing in action, Jayna sets off to find a family she so desperately craves.
|November 26, 2013||Posted by Christa McGrath under Historical Fiction|
When her husband abandons his family, a mother jumps at the chance to meet the renowned poet, Mr. Poe. But little does she know what lies ahead as a result of this encounter.
|August 27, 2013||Posted by Christa McGrath under Children's Lit, Historical Fiction, Poetry|
This is a delightful poem with lovely and whimsical visualizations that children ages 3 and up will be sure to enjoy.
|July 27, 2013||Posted by Andrea Scott under Historical Fiction|
A story of love between Bean and Liz, two sisters who have a very complicated family situation.
|July 13, 2013||Posted by Christa McGrath under Canadian, Family Saga, Fiction, Historical Fiction|
An elaborate family saga full of the magic and folklore entrenched in Newfoundland culture.
|July 13, 2013||Posted by Darlene Tobin under Canadian, Fiction, Historical Fiction|
A tangled story of family and love set in 1930’s wartime Canada.
|July 9, 2013||Posted by Milagros Sanchez under Fiction, Historical Fiction, Literature, Movies|
This classic and timeless tale has become a legend — a masterpiece of words about one of the most interesting and complex characters in literature. Read more about this double review of the book and movie.
|May 27, 2013||Posted by Christa McGrath under Adventure, Canadian, Historical Fiction, Poetry|
An abbreviated version of the epic poem, Helene Boudreau caters to a younger audience. Evangeline and Gabriel – a happy young couple engaged to be married – are abruptly deported from their beautiful homeland of Acadie before exchanging their vows.