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Suitors and sabotage —Anstey, Cindy, author.

In 1917 Kent, England, eighteen-year-old Imogene Chively's father has chosen Ernest Steeple as her future husband, but his younger brother, Benjamin, wins her heart while she is giving him drawing lessons, all while some...

The skylarks' war —McKay, Hilary, author.

In early twentieth-century England, Clarry Penrose longs for an education and life of her own, but it is not until her beloved cousin, Rupert, is declared missing during World War I that she can take her chance.

Archie's war : my scrapbook of the First World War, 1914-1918 —Williams, Marcia, 1945-

When Archie is given a scrapbook for his tenth birthday in 1914, he chronicles the next four years of his life using documents, artifacts, and comic strips.

Listening for lions —Whelan, Gloria.

Left an orphan after the influenza epidemic in British East Africa in 1918, thirteen-year-old Rachel is tricked into assuming a deceased neighbor's identity to travel to England, where her only dream is to return to Afri...

Celandine —Augarde, Steve.

In Somerset, England, during World War I, Celandine becomes involved in the lives of the little people living on a hill near her family's farm, while also coming to terms with her own healing abilities and psychic gifts....

Gwen's story —Harris, Ruth Elwin.

Reclusive illustrator and gardener Gwen Purcell's devotion to her nephew and new-found love of orchids draw her from her family's country home to London's gardens and shops and, as Hitler is gaining power, to the German ...

Jolly foul play —Stevens, Robin, 1988- author.

"Daisy and Hazel must solve another murder at Deepdean when a bullying Head Girl turns up dead on Bonfire Night"-- Provided by publisher.

Private Peaceful —Morpurgo, Michael.

When Thomas Peaceful's older brother is forced to join the British Army, Thomas decides to sign up as well, although he is only fourteen years old, to prove himself to his country, his family, his childhood love, Molly, ...

Without warning : Ellen's story 1914-1918 —Hamley, Dennis.

An English working-class girl comes of age during World War I, as she witnesses the horrors of war and decides to become a nurse on the front lines.

Sarah's story —Harris, Ruth Elwin.

Raised by three older sisters, all artists, and educated by their guardian, a rector, lonely Sarah Purcell looks forward to 1920 when she will be old enough to attend Oxford and become a writer.

Frances' story —Harris, Ruth Elwin.

Successful landscape artist Frances Purcell, burdened with responsibility for her three younger sisters and their English country home since she was seventeen, fears her art will suffer if she marries the man she has alw...

Julia's story —Harris, Ruth Elwin.

After growing up near London in the shadow of her more talented sister, portrait artist Julia Purcell finds a kindred spirit in their guardian's son, and self-worth as a nurse in France during World War I.

Johnny Swanson —Updale, Eleanor.

In 1929 England, eleven-year-old Johnny Swanson helps his widowed mother by starting a newspaper advertising scam, which leads him to a real-life murder mystery that places his mother in mortal danger.

Sword in the stacks —Downey, Jen Swann, author.

As an apprentice on a training mission to 1912 England, Dorrie takes a chance that could lead the Strongholders to the Lybrarians' fortress, Petrarch's library.

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