Teen and Young Adult Books
By: Martha Finley (1828-1909)
The fourth book in the Elsie Dinsmore series, Elsie grows into a young woman. She marries her father's old friend, Edward Travilla, and together start a family. The latter half of the book occurs during the Civil War.
|Christmas with Grandma Elsie|
After the Civil War, Elsie and her family return to their home in the South, dealing with the upheaval that the Reconstruction Era brought during the years after the war.
This book continues the delightful "Elsie Dinsmore" series. Elsie's children, introduced in the previous volume, live life, grow up, and encounter various problems of their own. Additional Proof Listeners: AlaynaMay & Rachel.
|Elsie at Home|
|Elsie at the World's Fair|
|Elsie's Vacation and After Events|
|Elsie's Kith and Kin|
|Elsie at Viamede|
|Elsie in the South|
|Elsie on the Hudson|
|The Two Elsies A Sequel to Elsie at Nantucket|
By: Martha Trent
|Lucia Rudini Somewhere in Italy|
By: Martha Young (1868-)
|Somebody's Little Girl|
By: Mary Agnes Byrne
By: Mary Edward Feehan (1878-)
By: Mary Eleanor Wilkins Freeman (1852-1930)
|The Green Door|
|Young Lucretia and Other Stories|
|Comfort Pease and her Gold Ring|
By: Mary Ellis
|Dick and His Cat An Old Tale in a New Garb|
By: Mary Frances Blaisdell (1874-)
|Bunny Rabbit's Diary|
By: Mary Grant Bruce (1878-1958)
This book is about Norah Linton, her brother Jim, her father David and Jim's chum Wally from Australia. They all move to England during WWI because Jim and Wally want to fight in the war.When a Irish friend of the family dies, Norah inherits a big house in Surrey: Homewood. To keep up the Irishman's memory they want to use the house to help the war effort. They turn it into a home for "Tired People"--soldiers recovering from injuries, or soldiers on leave that have no family to go home to, can come here to have a good time and enjoy the country-side, so that they can go back to their regiments fully rested and restored...
A Little Bush Maid
An Australian childrens' classic about life on a ranch around the same time of A Little Florida Lady, with a similarly plucky tomboy heroine. Also, like the latter story, expect some racial stereotyping of Asian and Aboriginal characters. This originally ran as a newspaper serial and it shows in the episodic nature of the chapters, such as a vivid trip to the circus sandwiched by talk of a mad killer and an unexpectedly sentimental ending.
By: Mary H. Debenham
|Two Maiden Aunts|
By: Mary L. Code
|Left at Home or, The Heart's Resting Place|
By: Mary Mapes Dodge (1831-1905)
Mary Mapes Dodge created an instant bestseller with “Hans Brinker or The Silver Skates.” She wanted the book to be partly a book of travels and partly a domestic story. It is a tale written for children that adults also find interesting and uplifting. Dodge writes as if she is sending a series of letters from Holland to children in America, and her you-are-there perspective is aided by a nice attention to detail and vivid imagery.The Brinkers are a poor but stoic family under a dark cloud – Raff, the man of the house, fell from the dikes while reinforcing them during a bad storm, and for ten years he has been in a vegetative state...
|Donald and Dorothy|
By: Mary Raymond Shipman Andrews (1860-1936)
The Courage of the Commonplace
The short story of a young man who came to terms with himself and became a man on a day when he had proven to be a failure to his family, his friends, his classmates, the girl he liked, and most importantly to himself.
By: Mary Rowles Jarvis
By: Mary Stoyell Stimpson
The Child's Book of American Biography
In every country there have been certain men and women whose busy lives have made the world better or wiser. The names of such are heard so often that every child should know a few facts about them. It is hoped the very short stories told here may make boys and girls eager to learn more about these famous people. (from the Forward of the text)
By: Mary T. Waggaman (1846-1931)
When tragedy hits his family, in the form of a sudden illness to his father, young Teddy Thornton is forced to leave school and find work to help support his family. Without his realization he is thrown into a world of crime and counterfeiting. Will he do the right thing, or will he unwittingly be drawn down the wrong path? And will the mystery of Heron Hall be solved?
By: Mary Wollstonecraft Shelley
The Last Man
The Last Man is an early post-apocalyptic science fiction novel by Mary Shelley, which was first published in 1826. The book tells of a future world that has been ravaged by a plague. The plague gradually kills off all people. Lionel Verney, central character, son of a nobleman who gambled himself into poverty, finds himself immune after being attacked by an infected “negro,” and copes with a civilization that is gradually dying out around him.
By: May Baldwin
|Sarah's School Friend|
By: Mayne Reid (1818-1883)
|The Boy Hunters|
|The Bush Boys History and Adventures of a Cape Farmer and his Family|
|The Young Voyageurs Boy Hunters in the North|
|The Desert Home The Adventures of a Lost Family in the Wilderness|
|The Land of Fire A Tale of Adventure|
|The Lone Ranche|
|The Rifle Rangers|
|The Flag of Distress A Story of the South Sea|
|Gaspar the Gaucho A Story of the Gran Chaco|
|Ran Away to Sea|
By: Minie Herbert
|Willie the Waif|
By: Miriam Gaines
|Grandfather's Love Pie|
By: Miss Mulock (1826-1887)
The Little Lame Prince
Paralyzed in an accident while a baby, young Prince Dolor is imprisoned in a lonely tower by his usurping uncle. He is visited by his mysterious godmother who provides him with magical gifts, including a traveling cloak that allows him to fly across the land. He uses his gifts to return to his rightful place on the throne. Also included are several short stories by the author also featuring princes. (Chapters 12-15)
By: Morgan Scott
Rival Pitchers of Oakdale
Play Ball!!! It's the start of another baseball season at Oakdale Academy. But there is a rivalry brewing between the pitchers. One wants to be a starting pitcher, but he is inconsistent. Another, a new kid from Texas, has been mentored by last year's starter, and is proving to have talent. And don't forget that starting pitcher from last season, he wants to continue to take the rubber for the team. This should prove to be an exciting season for the boys!
By: Mrs. (Martha) Blackford (-1846)
|The Eskdale Herd-boy A Scottish Tale for the Instruction and Amusement of Young People|
By: Mrs. (Mary Martha) Sherwood (1775-1851)
|The Young Lord and Other Tales to which is added Victorine Durocher|
By: Mrs. Molesworth (1839-1921)
|A Christmas Child A Sketch of a Boy-Life|
|A Christmas Posy|
|The Adventures of Herr Baby|
|Grandmother Dear A Book for Boys and Girls|
|The Rectory Children|
|My New Home|
|Robin Redbreast A Story for Girls|
|"Us" An Old Fashioned Story|
By: Mrs. O. F. Walton (1849-1939)
A Peep Behind the Scenes
Rosalie is the daughter of a traveling theater master and is envied by many young girls as she appears to live a life full of glamour, glitz, and glory. But beneath the happy smiling face is a hurting heart, a deep sorrow for her dying mother, and a wretched life. Follow Rosalie as she learns of the Good Shepherd who loves and cares for her, and begins to trust Him for daily strength.