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  • Anastasia and Her Sistersby Carolyn Meyer

    Simon & Schuster/Paula Wiseman Books 2015; US$ 17.99

    There?s a heavy price to pay for royalty in this compelling?and true?story of Anastasia Romanov and fellow grand duchesses of Russia, from an award-winning novelist. It?s summer in 1914 and the Romanovs are aboard the Standart , the Russian royal yacht. Tsar Nicholas, Tsaritsa Alexandra, their four daughters, and the youngest child, Tsarevitch Alexei,... more...

  • The Ancient Ocean Bluesby Jack Mitchell

    Tundra 2010; US$ 9.95

    Anyone who thinks ancient history is dry will think again after dipping into these ocean blues. Here, political corruption, intrigue, high-seas adventure, romance, and comedy are all presented in abundance by the likable Marcus Oppius Sabinus, a teenager with a very contemporary attitude. Marcus is unwittingly involved by his cousin in ?promoting?... more...

  • Andie's Moonby Linda Newbery

    Usborne Publishing Ltd 2015; US$ 4.77

    1969: Artist Andie is fascinated by the moon landing. But will the moon be as magical once man has set foot on it, and will her paintings win the attention they deserve? A thrilling story set at No.6 Chelsea Walk. more...

  • Anna Maria's Giftby Janice Shefelman; Robert Papp

    Random House Children's Books 2010; US$ 4.99

    Reissued with a fresh look and added content, the Stepping Stones History series is kid-friendly and Common Core ready!   When Anna Maria?s father dies, she moves to an orphanage in Venice. Though she misses her father, she knows he will always be with her, as long as she has his beautiful violin. Luckily, the orphanage is also a renowned music... more...

  • Annie, Between the Statesby L. M. Elliott

    HarperCollins 2009; US$ 8.42

    Annie's home and heart are divided by the Civil War. Annie Sinclair's Virginia home is in the battle path of the Civil War. Her brothers, Laurence and Jamie, fight to defend the South, while Annie and her mother tend to wounded soldiers. When she develops a romantic connection with a Union Army lieutenant, Annie's view of the war broadens. Then... more...

  • Annie Moore: The Golden Dollar Girlby Eithne Loughrey

    Mercier Press 2000; US$ 9.99

    This is the second book in the trilogy ? it charts the further adventures of Cork-born Annie Moore, who was the first immigrant to land at Ellis Island, New York, in 1892. Four years later, Annie, now aged seventeen, has left her family in New York and moved out west to Nebraska. Life in the West is unlike anything she has experienced before but... more...

  • Annie Moore: New York City Girlby Eithne Loughrey

    Mercier Press 2001; US$ 9.99

    The fifteen-year-old who was the very first immigrant of any nationality to land at the famous handling station at Ellis Island, New York, has now become a young woman of twenty. Annie returns to New York and her family and friends after her two-year stay in the Wild West. She is excited by all the opportunities New York has to offer her, but especially... more...

  • Annie Moore:First In Line For Americaby Eithne Loughrey

    Mercier Press 1999; US$ 9.99

    Cork-born Annie Moore was the very first immigrant of any nationality to land at the now historic handling station at Ellis Island, New York, on the day it opened in 1892. This first book in the trilogy tells of Annie's new life in New York: her family, their cramped apartment and her working life. Annie's initial disappointment at her New York life... more...

  • Apple Spyby Terry Deary; James De la Rue

    Bloomsbury Publishing 2015; US$ 5.99

    Stories of the Second World War on the Home Front from the bestselling Terry Deary, author of the hugely successful Horrible Histories. In this retelling of an extraordinary true story, a pair of children realise that the odd strangers they see in their tiny Scottish village are German spies. Can the children alert the authorities or will the ruthless... more...

  • The Apprenticeship of Lucas Whitakerby Cynthia DeFelice

    Farrar, Straus and Giroux (BYR) 2007; US$ 10.99

    "It is 1849, and 12-year-old Lucas watches his entire family die from consumption...Readers will experience a period when even a doctor's knowledge was very limited, and through Lucas's eyes, will come to realize how fear and desperation can make people willing to try almost anything." --Starred, School Library Journal more...