Teen and Young Adult Books
By: John De Morgan (1848-1926)
|The Hero of Ticonderoga or Ethan Allen and his Green Mountain Boys|
By: John Finnemore (1863-1915)
|Jack Haydon's Quest|
|The Wolf Patrol A Tale of Baden-Powell's Boy Scouts|
By: John G. (John George) Edgar (1834-1864)
|The Boy Crusaders A Story of the Days of Louis IX.|
By: John Habberton
Harry Burton, salesman of white-goods, bachelor of twenty-eight leads a charmed existence. A letter from his sister, Helen changes his life forever. She and her husband have been invited for a holiday but they can't find anyone to baby-sit their two toddlers, five-year-old Budge and three-year-old Toddie. Ever the gallant helpful, Harry steps in, foreseeing nothing but a relaxed vacation with lots of books to read and thinks baby-sitting's a breeze. But destiny has other plans. Harry has long adored a lovely lady from afar and hopes to convince her that he is marriage material by displaying his nurturing side...
By: John Henry Goldfrap (1879-1917)
|The Ocean Wireless Boys And The Naval Code|
|The Boy Scouts on Belgian Battlefields|
|The Border Boys Across the Frontier|
|The Boy Scouts of the Eagle Patrol|
By: John Kendrick Bangs (1862-1922)
|In Camp With A Tin Soldier|
By: John Luther Langworthy
|The Airplane Boys among the Clouds or, Young Aviators in a Wreck|
By: John R. (John Ross) Macduff (1818-1895)
|The Story of a Dewdrop|
By: John Rae (1882-1963)
|Grasshopper Green and the Meadow Mice|
By: John Ruskin
The King of the Golden River
When three brothers mortally offend Mr. Southwest Wind, Esquire, their farm is laid waste and their riches lost. Desperate for money, the brothers become goldsmiths and melt down their remaining treasures . . . only to find that the spirit of the King of the Golden River resides with a molded tankard, and knows the secret of the riches of the Golden River. (Introduction by Xenutia)
By: John T. Trowbridge (1827-1916)
|The Young Surveyor; or Jack on the Prairies|
By: John Theodore Mueller (1885-1967)
|Three Young Pioneers A Story of the Early Settlement of Our Country|
By: John V. (John Veasey) Lane (1861-)
|Rodney, the Ranger With Daniel Morgan on Trail and Battlefield|
By: Johnny Gruelle (1880-1938)
Raggedy Andy Stories
Raggedy Ann is a fictional character created by writer Johnny Gruelle (1880–1938) in a series of books he wrote and illustrated for young children. Raggedy Ann is a rag doll with red yarn for hair. The character was created in 1915 as a doll, and was introduced to the public in the 1918 book Raggedy Ann Stories. A doll was also marketed along with the book to great success. A sequel, Raggedy Andy Stories (1920) introduced the character of her brother, Raggedy Andy, dressed in sailor suit and hat.
By: Johnny Gruelle (1880-1938)
Raggedy Ann Stories
To the millions of children and grown-ups who have loved a Rag Doll, the author dedicated these stories. Now listen as Shannon reads to you Raggedy Ann’s exciting adventures; as gentle and charming today, as they were when first published in 1918. Find out what is written on her candy heart, what was the gift the fairies brought, and all about Raggedy Ann’s new sisters.
By: Joseph Alexander Altsheler (1862-1919)
The Young Trailers: A Story of Early Kentucky
This is the story of Henry Ware, a young boy living in the wilds of the Kentucky frontier of the 1700's. The story follows Henry as he helps to establish a frontier outpost, is captured by an Indian tribe, and ultimately ensures the safety and security of a band of settlers against the warring Shawnee Indians. The Young Trailers is action packed and brings to life the adventures that awaited the early settlers as they traversed into the endless forests of the American frontier.
The Guns of Shiloh
The Northern Army has just be handed a great defeat at Bull Run and is headed back to Washington, DC. How will the North answer this defeat? Follow our hero, Dick Mason, into the Western campaign to find out.This is the second book in the Civil War Series by Joseph A. Altsheler.
Guns of Bull Run
The first volume in the Civil War series, following the adventures of Harry Kenton, who leaves his home in Kentucky. He travels through dangerous territory to South Carolina on a secret mission on the eve of the Civil War. (From Chapter 4) "They will not fire! They dare not!" cried Shepard in a tense, strained whisper. As the last word left his lips there was a heavy crash. A tongue of fire leaped from one of the batteries, followed by a gush of smoke, and a round shot whistled over the Star of the West...
Rock of Chickamauga
"The Rock of Chickamauga," presenting a critical phase of the great struggle in the west, is the sixth volume in the series, dealing with the Civil War, of which its predecessors have been "The Guns of Bull Run," "The Guns of Shiloh," "The Scouts of Stonewall," "The Sword of Antietam" and "The Star of Gettysburg." Dick Mason who fights on the Northern side, is the hero of this romance, and his friends reappear also.
|The Riflemen of the Ohio A Story of the Early Days along "The Beautiful River"|
|The Border Watch A Story of the Great Chief's Last Stand|
By: Josephine Chase (-1931)
|Marjorie Dean, High School Freshman|
|Grace Harlowe's Overland Riders in the Great North Woods|
|Marjorie Dean High School Sophomore|
|Marjorie Dean, College Sophomore|
|Grace Harlowe's Overland Riders Among the Kentucky Mountaineers|
|Grace Harlowe's Overland Riders on the Great American Desert|