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A place to hang the moon —Albus, Kate, author.

In World War II England, orphaned siblings William, Edmund, and Anna are evacuated from London to live in the countryside, where they bounce from home to home in search of someone willing to adopt them permanently.

The war that saved my life —Bradley, Kimberly Brubaker, author.
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A young disabled girl and her brother are evacuated from London to the English countryside during World War II, where they find life to be much sweeter away from their abusive mother.

The war I finally won —Bradley, Kimberly Brubaker, author.
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"As the frightening impact of World War II creeps closer and closer to her door, eleven-year-old Ada learns to manage life on the home front"-- Provided by publisher.

The rabbit girl —Arrigan, Mary.

What is the mystery of the Rabbit Girl picture? Its secret is woven into two stories, one past, one present, told side by side. The first tells how 1940s evacuee Tony and his friend Alice befriend a fascinating old lady ...

The war I finally won —Bradley, Kimberly Brubaker.

As World War II creeps closer to her door, eleven-year-old Ada learns to manage life in the crowded cottage she shares with her brother, their legal guardian, and a German Jewish refugee.

Far from home —Wishinsky, Frieda.

On a ship carrying World War II evacuees, Matt and Emily meet Kate and her brother, John. The siblings are frightened--and then John disappears. Can Emily and Matt help them stay together and adjust to life in Canada?

Romeo blue —Stone, Phoebe, 1947-

During World War II, Felicity Bathburn is living in Bottlebay, Maine, with her eccentric relatives and their foster child Derek, whom she has grown to love, but when a man claiming to be Derek's true father arrives and s...

Hettie and the London Blitz : a World War II survival story —Walsh, Jenni L., author.

After helping prepare their London home for German bombing raids, young Hettie and her brothers are sent to safety in the countryside, where she strives to keep them connected to each other and their parents.

Across a war-tossed sea —Elliott, Laura, 1957- author.

"Two British brothers adjust to life in Virginia after escaping the Blitz during World War II"-- Provided by publisher.

The Romeo and Juliet code —Stone, Phoebe, 1947-

During World War II, eleven-year-old Felicity is sent from London to Bottlebay, Maine, to live with her grandmother, aunt, uncle, and a reclusive boy who helps her decode mysterious letters that contain the truth about h...

Searching for Shona —Anderson, Margaret Jean, 1931-

During the evacuation of children from Edinburgh in the early days of World War II, shy, wealthy Margaret on her way to relatives in Canada trades places and identities with the orphaned Shona bound for the Scottish coun...

Tara's tree house —Dunmore, Helen, 1952-

Tara begins her visit with Gran unhappy and bored, but when the man in the apartment downstairs allows others in the building to use his garden, she not only has a place to play, she learns what it was like to be a child...

Return to the secret garden —Webb, Holly, author.

As World War II begins, London orphan Emmie is unhappy to be evacuated to an old mansion in the Yorkshire countryside until she starts discovering the secrets of the house -- a boy crying at night, a diary written by a g...

Lifeboat 12 —Hood, Susan, 1954-
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In 1940, a group of British children, their escorts, and some sailors struggle to survive in a lifeboat when the ship taking them to safety in Canada is torpedoed. Includes historical notes.