Teen and Young Adult Books
By: F. M. (Frederic Morell) Holmes (1851-)
|The Island House A Tale for the Young Folks|
By: F. M. S.
|The Boy Artist. A Tale for the Young|
By: Fannie Belle Irving
|Six Girls A Home Story|
By: Fannie E. (Fannie Ellsworth) Newberry (1848-1942)
|Joyce's Investments A Story for Girls|
|All Aboard A Story for Girls|
By: Fanny Forester (1817-1854)
|Effie Maurice Or What do I Love Best|
By: Flora Annie Webster Steel (1847-1929)
|The Adventures of Akbar|
By: Florence Alice Sitwell (1858-1930)
|Daybreak A Story for Girls|
By: Florence Crannell Means (1891-1980)
|Across the Fruited Plain|
By: Florence Partello Stuart
|The Adventures of Piang the Moro Jungle Boy A Book for Young and Old|
By: Florence White Williams (1900-1953)
|The Little Red Hen An Old English Folk Tale|
By: Florence Wilford (1836-)
By: Frances Browne Arthur
|Two Little Travellers A Story for Girls|
By: Frances Cavanah (1889-1982)
|Abe Lincoln Gets His Chance|
By: Frances Hodgson Burnett (1849-1924)
Little Saint Elizabeth and Other Stories
She had not been brought up in America at all. She had been born in France, in a beautiful château, and she had been born heiress to a great fortune, but, nevertheless, just now she felt as if she was very poor, indeed. And yet her home was in one of the most splendid houses in New York. She had a lovely suite of apartments of her own, though she was only eleven years old. She had had her own carriage and a saddle horse, a train of masters, and governesses, and servants, and was regarded by all the children of the neighborhood as a sort of grand and mysterious little princess, whose incomings and outgoings were to be watched with the greatest interest....
Racketty-Packetty House and other stories
This is a collection of short stories and fairy tales by Frances Hodgson Burnett, the author of The Secret Garden and A Little Princess.
By: Frances Trego Montgomery (1858-1925)
Billy Whiskers, the Autobiography of a Goat
This delightful children's story can be enjoyed by kids and adults alike! A mischievous goat, Billy Whiskers, gets into trouble so often that the book could be named, "Billy Trouble Whiskers"! This humorous story will bring you many chuckles and give you a chance to get lost in Billy's adventures with childlike enthusiasm. From riding in a police car, to being a firehouse mascot, getting married, and finding himself a circus goat, Billy's adventures will certainly keep you entertained! (Introduction by Allyson Hester)
Zip, the Adventures of a Frisky Fox Terrier
Zip, a little fox terrier, lives in the town of Maplewood in the house of his owner, Dr. Elsworth. Each day when Dr. Elsworth drives his carriage to visit his patients, Zip goes along with him so that he can keep the doctor company and, most importantly, visit with the other animals in the town. Zip likes to find out all the latest news so that he can tell it to his best friend, Tabby the cat, who also lives with Dr. Elsworth. However, he also finds himself getting into mischief, whether it's trying to solve a burglary, sneaking fried chicken from a picnic, getting stuck in a stovepipe or fighting with Peter-Kins the monkey. Zip is one dog who never has a dull day.
By: Francis C. Woodworth (1812-1859)
|Mike Marble His Crotchets and Oddities.|
By: Francis E. (Francis Edward) Howard (1858-)
|The Child-Voice in Singing treated from a physiological and a practical standpoint and especially adapted to schools and boy choirs|
By: Francis J. Finn (1859-1928)
The Fairy of the Snows
Have you seen a human fairy? Meet Alice Morrow, the dainty fairy of the snows, who will dance her way right into your heart! Get ready to laugh and cry as you follow the antics and trials of the Morrow family, living in early 20th Century Cincinnati. (Introduction by Anne Elizabeth)
But Thy Love and Thy Grace
Father Finn's beautiful little tale can be read in an hour or so, but it conveys a lesson which ought to be of longer duration. The interest of the story is chiefly theological, turning, as it does, on the refining and ennobling effects of frequent confession and communion on the soul; yet it is so simply put that any child can understand it.Regina O'Connell is a poor factory girl whose earnings support herself and her bedridden sister. She is simplicity itself—one of those rare beings whom unselfishness and genuine humility make heroines in the true sense of the word...
His First and Last Appearance
The scene of the story is laid partly in Milwaukee, partly in New York. It describes the trials of the orphaned Lachance children. The boy hero is of a loving and lovable disposition and wins the hearts of all. The author has combined pathetic incidents with religious consolations, and gives zest to the whole by diffusing his genial humor throughout.From the author of Tom Playfair, Percy Wynn, But Thy Love and thy Grace, and many more.
By: Francis Lovell Coombs
The Young Railroaders
While aimed at youths, this series of tales of the just-opening West makes a rollicking good story for adults, too. Three teen-age boys, trained as telegraphers, manage to get themselves in and out of a wide variety of harrowing circumstances. Using their knowledge of Morse code, the science of telegraphs, and the operation of railroads, the boys stir in native resourcefulness, quick-thinking, and when the occasion demands it, raw courage – to effect rescues, thwart thieves, and solve mysteries. If Tom Swift had lived in the nineteenth century, he could not have had more exciting escapades!
By: Francis Rolt-Wheeler (1876-1960)
|The Boy With the U. S. Fisheries|
|Plotting in Pirate Seas|
|The Boy With the U. S. Foresters|
By: Frank Cobb
|Battling the Clouds or, For a Comrade's Honor|
By: Frank E. (Frank Edward) Smedley (1818-1864)
|Frank Fairlegh Scenes From The Life Of A Private Pupil|
By: Frank Fowler
|The Broncho Rider Boys with Funston at Vera Cruz Or, Upholding the Honor of the Stars and Stripes|
By: Frank Gee Patchin
The Pony Rider Boys in the Rockies
The Pony Rider Boys in the Rockies is the first book in the 12 part series by Frank Gee Patchin.
The Pony Rider Boys in Texas
Yee-hawww! The Pony Rider Boys are on the trail again! In the second book of this series, Professor Zepplin has taken the young men to San Diego, Texas, to experience the life of a cowboy. The cattle drive will take them across the great state of Texas, where they will meet many dangers and adventures.