Teen and Young Adult Books
By: Eleanor H. Porter (1868-1920)
Cross Currents: The Story of Margaret, to give it its full title, is delightful story about a little girl’s resilience and a mother’s unwavering love, from the beloved author of Pollyanna. Margaret Kendall (the Margaret of the story) has known nothing but love, wealth and privilege for the first five years of her life. An accident during a visit with her mother to New York City leaves little Margaret alone and fending for herself. While her mother searches desperately for her, Margaret has to do the best she can by herself...
By: Eleanor Hallowell Abbott (1872-1958)
Little Eve Edgarton
Eve Edgarton is not who she seems she is. A short encounter with Mr. Barton show that first impressions are not always right or indicative of one’s seemingly obvious preference or one’s proclivity.
Carl Stanton is an invalid suffering from an unusual bout of rheumatism. His fiancée is gone for the winter and though he begs her to write to help ease his boredom and pain she is stingy with her letters. She sends him what she calls a "ridiculous circular" which she states is very apropos of his sentimental passion for letters. In a sudden fit of mischief, malice and rheumatism, Carl decides to respond to the circular which results in bringing about the necessary distraction in a flurry of letters that do ease Carl’s boredom and pain but also bring him something else that he never quite expected.
By: Eleanor Luisa Haverfield (1870-)
By: Eleanor Putnam (1856-1886)
|Prince Vance The Story of a Prince with a Court in His Box|
By: Eleanor Raper
|The Little Girl Lost A Tale for Little Girls|
By: Eleanor S. March
|Little White Barbara|
By: Eliza Lee Cabot Follen (1787-1860)
|Hymns, Songs, and Fables, for Young People|
|Who Spoke Next|
|The Talkative Wig|
By: Eliza Orne White (1856-)
|Peggy in Her Blue Frock|
By: Elizabeth M. Duffield
By: Elizabeth Stuart Phelps (1844-1911)
|Gypsy's Cousin Joy|
By: Elizabeth Weston Timlow (1861-1931)
|Cricket at the Seashore|
By: Ella Farman Pratt (1837-1907)
|Lill's Travels in Santa Claus Land And Other Stories|
By: Elliott Whitney
|The Rogue Elephant The Boys' Big Game Series|
|The Pirate Shark|
By: Elmer Sherwood (1884-)
|Ted Marsh on an Important Mission|
By: Emerson Hough (1857-1923)
The Singing Mouse Stories
The singing mouse tells tales of nature in songs. This book is for those who want to know how the mountains ate up the plains, what the waters said or where the city went.
|The Young Alaskans|
|The Young Alaskans on the Missouri|
|The Young Alaskans in the Rockies|
|Young Alaskans in the Far North|
By: Emilie Searchfield
|The Heiress of Wyvern Court|
By: Emily Calvin Blake (1882-)
|Suzanna Stirs the Fire|
By: Emily Neville (1919-1997)
It's Like This, Cat
This novel won the Newbery Medal for excellence in American children's literature in 1964. This delightful story revolves around a 14 year old boy, Dave and his adopted cat, called just "Cat", who turns his ordinary everyday life into an exciting roller-coaster ride.
By: Emily Sarah Holt (1836-1893)
|The King's Daughters|
|Our Little Lady Six Hundred Years Ago|
|Out in the Forty-Five Duncan Keith's Vow|
By: Emma C. Dowd (-1938)
|Polly of Lady Gay Cottage|
By: Emma Leslie
On a dark and story night, the Coombers find a little girl. Who is she?
|That Scholarship Boy|
By: Eric L. Busby
Star Trek: The Section 31 Files
This collection from Darker Projects brings the Star Trek series back to life with a fictional account of our universe on the brink of war. With stakes running high a splinter group decides to take on the most morally dubious missions and bring us the listeners along for the ride. Sometimes in war there are no good options and this series explores those darker decisions that don't have to be made in everyday life. The story is action packed and goes at light speed jumping around the universe always keeping in the center of the action and outwitting the enemy.
Star Trek: Lost Frontier
This story begins after a long and devastating war that has left The Federation in shambles. The pressing mission for the remaining ships in Star Fleet is to travel the war-torn galaxy's and find old alleys to reunite under one federation. Many of the classic Star Trek races make an appearance in this series including the Klingons, Romulans and everyone's favorite the Borg! This book is fast paced and a very creative read. It comes recommended highly for anyone who has followed Star Trek and it also fills in a good amount of background information for those less well versed in the subject.
By: Ernest A. (Ernest Alfred) Aris (1882-1963)
|Wee Peter Pug The Story of a Bit of Mischief and What Came of It|
By: Ernest Glanville (1855-1925)
|In Search of the Okapi A Story of Adventure in Central Africa|
By: Ernest Thompson Seton
The Biography of a Grizzly
I first read this little book when I was in the fifth grade, and now more than fifty years later, I still find it fascinating. Ernest Thompson Seton was a man with a concern for nature her creatures and an excellent story teller. I could almost feel Wahb, the great grizzly’s pain and frustration as he tried to avoid contact with humans and just be left alone to carry out his bear business. Listening to this audio book will be an hour and a half well spent.Summary by Mike Vendetti, Narrator.
|The Biography of a Grizzly|
By: Esther Bakewell
|The Book of One Syllable|
By: Ethel C. Pedley (1859-1898)
Dot and the Kangaroo
Dot and the Kangaroo, written in 1899, is a children’s book by Ethel C. Pedley about a little girl named Dot who gets lost in the Australian outback and is eventually befriended by a kangaroo and several other marsupials.
By: Ethel Hueston (1887-)
|Prudence Says So|
By: Ethel Hume Bennett (1881-)
|Judy of York Hill|
By: Ethel Sybil Turner (1872-1958)
|In the Mist of the Mountains|
By: Ethel Twycross Foster (1881-1963)
Little Tales of the Desert
A six year-old girl named Mary spends Christmas vacation with her parents in the Arizona desert of 1901 or thereabouts.
By: Eugene Wood (1860-1923)
By: Eva K. Betz (1897-1968)
Priest on Horseback - Father Farmer: 1720 - 1786
A historical novel for children, which tells the story of several months in the life of the then famous Father Farmer, as he traveled a Mass circuit in Pre-Revolutionary, Colonial America. He faced much danger and and adventure, in order to provide the Mass and the Sacraments to Catholics who had not seen a priest in years.Father Farmer was a real life missionary priest during the 1700’s in what is now New England. In 1779 he was appointed as one of the first trustees of the University of Pennsylvania. He also had a reputation as a philosopher and astronomer in his time, and was a member of the American Philosophical Society. (Introduction by Maria Therese)No on-line text available.
By: Eva Lecomte
Paula the Waldensian
Into the home of an interesting but self-centered family in old France comes Paula, a young orphaned cousin, from the little village of Villar, in the Waldensian Valley. Though living very simply, tending cows, goats, sheep and rabbits, Paula has been brought up to know and love the Lord Jesus and read the Scriptures. Her Lord and His Word are the center of her life, and she can no more keep this good news all to herself than she can stop breathing or eating. This causes a good many complications, for her cousins' home was one where "religion" was a forbidden subject, never to be mentioned, and Paula soon found herself forbidden to read her own precious Bible...
By: Eva March Tappan (1854-1930)
Makers of Many Things
How are friction matches made? How do rags and trees become paper? Who makes the dishes on our tables? Published in 1916, this children's book explains the origins of everyday items in an entertaining and informative way. There are plenty of illustrations, so please feel free to read along.
When Knights Were Bold
This book is in no degree an attempt to relate the involved and intricate history of the Middle Ages. Its plan is, rather, to present pictures of the manner of life and habits of thought of the people who lived between the eighth and fifteenth centuries. Our writings and our everyday conversation are full of their phrases and of allusions to their ideas. Many of our thoughts and feelings and instincts, of our very follies and superstitions, have descended to us from them. To become better acquainted with them is to explain ourselves.
By: Eva Wilder Brodhead (1870-1915)
|A Prairie Infanta|
By: Evelyn Everett-Green (1856-1932)
|The Lost Treasure of Trevlyn A Story of the Days of the Gunpowder Plot|
By: Evelyn Raymond (1843-1910)
|Dorothy on a Ranch|
|Dorothy's House Party|