YA Historical Fiction – Viking Kids Don’t Cry

Viking Kids Don't CryViking Kids Don’t Cry
By Ieda Jonasdottir Herman
Publisher: Hekla Publishing
Published: April 2017
ISBN: 978-0998281681
ASIN: B07193L6FQ
Genre: YA Historical Fiction
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In Iceland 1935, Didda and her two sisters, Sissi and Lilla, have a childhood of adventure but learn difficult life lessons. Like their Viking ancestors, their life is full of trolls and Hidden People and the daily chores around the farm. Didda loves climbing the cliffs to collect bird’s eggs but would rather face a troll than Grandpa’s nasty-tempered cow named Old Red. When chores are done, the adventure begins. The Icelandic frontier real-life hardships she faces teaches her to value every day. Grandpa always said Viking children never cried; they howled, screamed, bellowed – but did not cry! Didda learns to overcome her fear of a terrible storm at sea that threatens to sink their ship and must come to terms with the loss of a close friend. She comes to understand joy, fear, loss and life while never crying even once. This historical fiction parallels the author’s memoir, recounting the excitement and real-life dangers of growing up in Iceland. The author’s deion of Iceland provide the reader with such realistic detail the landscape comes alive.

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Juvenile/YA Historical Fiction – Native American Action Stories

Native American Action StoriesNative American Action Stories
By Alvin R. Brown
Published: March 2016
ISBN: 978-1519435774
ASIN: B01D24CBHA
Pages: 262
Genre: Historical Fiction, Young Adult, Juvenile Fiction, Native American Fiction
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“Native American Action Stories” relates to exciting events that occurred hundreds and hundreds of years ago.  This book concerns various tribes located throughout North America and Central America—from frozen ice lands of the Arctic to steamy jungles of the Yucatan Peninsula.

This book is distinguished from many others previously written.  It’s the manner in which unique tribal cultures are described in the first parts of a chapter and then having such facts woven into adventure sequences featured in the latter sections.  Stories are presented in play format as well as in narrative form with each tribe having its own descriptive chapter.  Every chapter contains a map and several full-page illustrations.

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Historical Fiction – General Houston’s Little Spy

General Houston's Little SpyGeneral Houston’s Little Spy
By Cara Skinner
Publisher: Publisher: Tate Publishing
Published: March 2015
ISBN: 978-1680284362
ASIN: B00YYG9340
Genre: Historical Fiction, Young Adult
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Young Samantha Russell wants only to marry her fiancé, Danny Autry, and move to Texas, the vast Mexican territory newly opened to American settlers. But once there, they soon find themselves caught up in the Texan settlers’ struggle against the Mexican dictator, Santa Anna, and his tyrannical rule. After tragedy strikes at the Alamo, Samantha embarks on a dangerous mission to assist General Sam Houston and his small fledgling army in their fight against Santa Anna’s superior military force.

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YA Historical Fiction – Risking Exposure

Risking ExposureRisking Exposure
By Jeanne Moran
ISBN: 978-1492179825
ASIN: B00F7QM95G
Pages: 184
Published: January 2014
Genre: YA Historical Fiction
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Munich, Germany, 1938. The Nazis are in power and war is on the horizon.

The law makes fourteen-year old Sophie Adler a member of Hitler Youth; her talent makes her an amateur photographer.

Then she contracts polio. During her long hospitalization, her Youth leader supplies her with film. Photographs she takes of fellow polio patients are turned into propaganda, mocking people with disabilities.

Sophie’s new disability has changed her status. She s now an outsider, a target of Nazi scorn and possible persecution. Her only weapon is her camera.

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YA / Historical Fiction – Brayden Rider: Tales of a Medieval Boy

Brayden Rider: Tales of a Medieval Boybrayden rider
By C.L. Barnett
Publisher: CreateSpace
ISBN: 978-1478297772
Published: March 2013
Pages: 334
Genre: YA, Historical Fiction
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His father missing, ten-year-old Brayden Rider lives a humble life in a small medieval village on the edge of a great forest. When his home is attacked one night, Brayden knows he must escape, but, to where? With the arrival of a travelling knight carrying a cryptic letter, Brayden’s life changes forever. For Brayden is no ordinary boy, but the son of the treasure master of the Templar Knights, and there are those who will stop at nothing to steal the secrets of the Order. Brayden flees to the castle, and while in hiding as a page befriends the lord’s daring daughter, Josslyn Marshal. Together, they face danger and excitement neither could ever have imagined. In this coming of age story, Brayden experiences all the challenges and intrigue of life in the medieval age, while starting down the path to his destiny.

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