The Clockwork Crow is one of those rare children’s stories that stays with you long after you have finished reading. For readers who enjoy fairy tales!
Browsing: Historical Fiction
Saving Dr. Warren… A True Patriot by Jeffery J. McKenna is a historical-fiction novel rips through the pages of history!
This volume would make a great classroom aid, but Saving Dr. Warren … A True Patriot is also a riveting read for historical fiction enthusiasts.
In our eighth installment of the “Learn to Draw on TCBR” series, Lindsay Ward, creator of Rosie: Stronger than Steel, teaches us how to draw Rosie— a brave tractor who farms for freedom.
The historical fiction genre lures them in and the action keeps the kids turning-pages!
Get to know Filigree from Dorothy Hearst and Pam Berkman’s Filigree’s Midnight Ride, a middle grade novel inspired by important events and told through the eyes, ears, and noses of dogs.
Here are five titles, from historical fiction to high fantasy, that I hope you’ll love as much as I do.
Keeping Up with PJ is a historical fiction novel that, through chapters that often feel like a story themselves, depicts the coming of age of one Caucasian 14-year-old in a pre-Civil Rights era.
In The Bear, The Bull and the Child of Light – A Prehistoric Novel readers are transported into the very early years of the region that would now be considered Turkey.
Set in the countryside south of London in the fall of 1903, Arty and J.J. Pips find themselves in a perilous situation. Getting out of it will require some courage and resourcefulness.