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Chapter books (J Fiction) --- 3-8 Grade

ANNE OF GREEN GABLES

ANNE OF GREEN GABLES
Series Title: Avonlea #1
by Mongomery, Lucy Maud

Anne, an eleven-year-old orphan, is sent by mistake to live with a lonely, middle-aged brother and sister on a Prince Edward Island farm and proceeds to make an indelible impression on everyone around her.
1. Anne of Green Gables
2. Anne of Avonlea
3. Chronicles of Avonlea
4. Anne of the Island
5. Anne's House of Dreams
6. Rainbow Valley
7. Further Chronicles of Avonlea
8. Rilla of Ingleside
9. Anne of Windy Poplars
10. Anne of Ingleside

CALICO CAPTIVE

CALICO CAPTIVE
by Speare, Elizabeth George

In Montreal, Quebec, Canada, Miriam Willard has just been to her first dance when she is captured by Indians. Her hardships and ordeals are taken from the diary kept by a real "captive" in 1754.

FLYING FREE

FLYING FREE
Series Title: Corey's Diary
by Wyeth, Sharon

In 1858, 9-year-old Corey Birdsong and his family, fugitive slaves from Kentucky, build a new life in Amherstburg, Canada, while still hoping to help those they left behind. Sequel to FREEDOM'S WINGS.

INCIDENT AT HAWK'S HILL

INCIDENT AT HAWK'S HILL
by Eckert, Allan

In the 1870's, a shy, lonely 6-year-old wanders into the Canadian prairie and spends a summer under the protection of a badger.

STAR IN THE STORM

STAR IN THE STORM
by Harlow, Joan Hiatt

In 1912, fearing for the safety of her beloved Newfoundland dog Sirius because of a new law outlawing non-sheep-herding dogs in her Newfoundland village, 12-year-old Maggie tries to save him by keeping him hidden.

 

Books for Teens (YA Fiction)

PARADISE: BASED ON A TRUE STORY OF SURVIVAL

PARADISE: BASED ON A TRUE STORY OF SURVIVAL
by Goodman, Joan E.

In 1542, eager to escape the French Huguenot household of her harsh father, 16-year-old Marguerite de la Rocque sails with her equally stern uncle, the Sieur de Roberval, to the New World, where she is left alone on an island off the Canadian coast with only her young Catholic lover and her chaperone to help her survive.