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List of Historical Books

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Book
Author
Various
A Season of Gifts
Richard Peck
A Year Down Yonder
Richard Peck
Alcatraz Versus the Evil Librarians
Brandon Sanderson
Anne Frank, Diary of a Young Girl
Barbaro: America's Horse
Shelley Mickle
Bud, not Buddy
Christopher Paul Curtis
Code Talker
Joseph Bruchac
Esperanza Rising
Pam Munoz Ryan
Fever, 1793
Laurie Halse Anderson
Island of the Blue Dolphins
Scott O'Dell
Jake Ransom Series
James Rollins
Jason's Gold
Will Hobbs
Kaleidoscope Kids
Multiple
Lincoln: A Photobiography
Russell Freedman
Little House Series
Laura Ingalls Wilder
Magic Tree House
Mary Pope Osborne
Man O' War
Walter Farley
Milkweed
Moon Over Manifest
Clare Vanderpool
Number the Stars
Lois Lowry
Out of the Dust
Karen Hesse
Passport to History Series
Multiple
Pocahontas: True Princess
Mari Hanes
Real Kids, Real Places Series
Carole March
Red Scarf Girl
Ji-li Jiang
Remembrance
Theresa Breslin
Small Steps: The Year I Got Polio
Peg Kehret
The Brooklyn Nine
Alan Gratz
The Invention of Hugo Cabret
Brian Selznick
The Missing
The Samurai Mysteries Series
Dorothy Hoobler
The Watsons go to Birmingham
Christopher Paul Curtis
Titanic Crossing
Barbara Williams
War Horse
Michael Morpurgo
White Star: A Dog on the Titanic
Marty Crisp


These books are in the Historical category because the subject of the book is an event in history. Most of the titles on the list are Historical Fiction which means that the story is set in the past. The setting is usually real and set from History and there may even be some real characters in the book. The main characters of the story, however, are usually m
ade up.

One of the best things about Historical Fiction is that you often learn something about history while you are reading an entertaining story. The authors use the characters to help you understand what it was like during that time period in History.

Some of my favorites on our historical fiction list are the Little House on the Prairie books by Laura Ingalls Wilder. You learn about the lives of pioneers and what it was like to settle the Midwestern territories.

Another entertaining book series on this list is the Magic Tree House by Mary Pope Osborne. In the Magic Tree house series there are forty six books and twenty three research guides. The Magic Tree house books are popular because they are fast moving and cover a variety of topics from Dinosaurs to Ancient Baghdad.

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