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The war I finally won —Bradley, Kimberly Brubaker.

As World War II creeps closer to her door, eleven-year-old Ada learns to manage life in the crowded cottage she shares with her brother, their legal guardian, and a German Jewish refugee.

Ada Lovelace cracks the code —Purtill, Corinne, author.

When Ada comes out in London's high society, she is invited to the most popular soiree in town, hosted by the renowned inventor Charles Babbage. It is there that she encounters a mysterious machine which unlocks a future...

A place to hang the moon —Albus, Kate, author.

In World War II England, orphaned siblings William, Edmund, and Anna are evacuated from London to live in the countryside, where they bounce from home to home in search of someone willing to adopt them permanently.

Noor Inayat Khan —Tahir, Rana, author.

"YOU are the world's first Spy Princess, Noor Inayat Khan ... World War II changed your life, but also showed the world you were one of the bravest women who ever lived. You left your easy life behind to spy for the Resi...

A Connecticut Yankee in King Arthur's court —Twain, Mark, 1835-1910.

Mark Twain's hilarious yet moving classic about a 19th-century Yankee who is transported to 6th-century Britain now features magnificent illustrations by Caldecott medalist Trina Schart Hyman in a book readers will enjoy...

City of ghosts —Schwab, Victoria, author.

Ever since her near-fatal drowning, Cassidy has been able to pull back the "Veil" that separates the living from the dead and see ghosts, not that she wants to, and she was really looking forward to a ghost-free summer a...

The sky is falling —Pearson, Kit, 1947-

In the summer of 1940 as the war in Europe begins to intensify, a reluctant ten-year-old Norah and her five-year-old brother Gavin are sent by their parents to safety in Canada where to Norah's dismay they are taken in b...

I am thunder —Khān, Muḥammad, author.

Fifteen-year-old Muzna Saleem is passionate about writing and dreams of becoming a novelist. There's just one problem - her super-controlling parents have already planned her life out for her: Step 1) Get educated Step 2...

The light jar —Thompson, Lisa (Lisa Anne), 1973- author.

Nate and his mother are escaping from his emotionally abusive step-father, Gary, but the run-down and abandoned cottage in the woods that his mother takes them to does not seem like much of a refuge; but when his mother ...

The rabbit girl —Arrigan, Mary.

What is the mystery of the Rabbit Girl picture? Its secret is woven into two stories, one past, one present, told side by side. The first tells how 1940s evacuee Tony and his friend Alice befriend a fascinating old lady ...

The gremlins the lost Walt Disney production : a Royal Air Force story —Dahl, Roald.
Graphic Novel
2006
Availability: 3 of 3

Friendly little gremlins help a Royal Air Force fighter pilot in World War II.

Wait for me —Leech, Caroline, author.

On her father's farm in Scotland in 1945, Lorna Anderson's life consists of endless chores, rationing, knitting Red Cross scarves, and praying for an Allied victory. So when Paul Vogel, a German prisoner of war, is assig...

Guitar girl —Manning, Sarra.

As her band, The Hormones, becomes an international sensation, seventeen-year-old Molly begins to question the high cost of fame.

Abela : the girl who saw lions —Doherty, Berlie.

After Abela's mother dies of Aids in their African village, she survives her Uncle Thomas's scheming to get to Europe, while in England, Rosa's mother announces she wants to adopt a child. Can these two girls ever become...

Hettie and the London Blitz : a World War II survival story —Walsh, Jenni L., author.

After helping prepare their London home for German bombing raids, young Hettie and her brothers are sent to safety in the countryside, where she strives to keep them connected to each other and their parents.

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