Sarah Bishop

10 best books like Sarah Bishop (Scott O'Dell): The Ballad of Lucy Whipple, Time Enough for Drums, Calico Captive, My Secret War: The World War II Diary of Madeline Beck, Long Island, New York 1941, Indian Captive: The Story of Mary Jemison, When Christmas Comes Again: The World War I Diary of Simone Spencer, A Time For Courage: The Suffragette Diary of Kathleen Bowen, Mirror, Mirror on the Wall: The Diary of Bess Brennan, Survival in the Storm: The Dust Bowl Diary of Grace Edwards, Love Thy Neighbor: The Tory Diary of Prudence Emerson

AuthorKaren Cushman
ISBN0330398326
Dear Gram and Grampop,
Please do not address yours truly as California anymore, California Morning Whipple being a foolish name for a duck much less a girl. I call myself Lucy now. I cannot hate California and be California. I know you will understand.

California doesn't suit Lucy Whipple...
AuthorAnn Rinaldi
ISBN0816712697
This was an excellent read.

Yes, I didn't 100%, completely approve of the romance here--but you know what? In the end, that hardly MATTERED. Because, as with all Ann Rinaldi books . . . this is about so much more than just romance. This is why she's my favorite historical fiction author. She takes...
AuthorElizabeth George Speare
ISBN0618150765
In the year 1754, the stillness of Charlestown, New Hampshire, is shattered by the terrifying cries of an Indian raid. Young Miriam Willard, on a day that had promised new happiness, finds herself instead a captive on a forest trail, caught up in the ebb and flow of the French and Indian War.
It is a...
AuthorMary Pope Osborne
ISBN0590687158
In a diary that brings to life the dramatic happenings on the home front during World War II, Madeline Beck is living in a boardinghouse with her mother while her father is on an aircraft carrier guarding the Pacific Coast. After discovering that a German U-boat has landed near her home--a little-known,...
AuthorLois Lenski
ISBN0064461629
Civil rights and equality have made a lot of headway against racism in the last century.

"Well, duh," some might say.

"But there's still so far to go!" others might protest.

I personally grew up without any particularly scarring incidents of racism. Sure, I got made fun of...
AuthorBeth Seidel Levine
ISBN0439439825
In April of 1917, Simone Spencer's world changes. Her beloved brother Will goes off to war, and Simone seeks a way to help. The passionate daughter of a feisty French mother and a rebellious upper-class father, Simone is not cut out for the society life she is meant to lead. So, when General Pershing calls...
AuthorKathryn Lasky
ISBN0590511416
As the fight for women's suffrage heats up, Kathleen"Kat" Bowen gets to participate as her mother and her sister, and many others close to her organize and act to win the right to vote.

January 19, 1917
The picket line has been going on for over a week! And people said they would not last a day...
AuthorBarry Denenberg
ISBN0439194466
Blinded after a terrible accident, Bess must learn to overcome her disability with the help of new friends and skills at the Perkins School for the Blind, in the wake of America's Great Depression.

After Bess Brennan is blinded in a sledding accident, she must face a frightening, much-altered...
AuthorKatelan Janke
ISBN0439215994
This teen wrote the events of dust bowl panhandle area Texas in her diary. It can be read in one sitting and is super simple language. She relates the weather conditions, her family's difficulties in keeping the dust out of the house (this was truly horrendous) and the crop and economics of the farmers,...
AuthorAnn Turner
ISBN0439153085
I really liked Prudence and her family. They were so sweet, and, though this is a historical novel, they felt real. Relatable. Plus Pru and her questions about the world kinda reminded me of me.

Another thing I really liked about this book is that Pru and her family are Loyalists or "Tories." It's...
AuthorMarion Dane Bauer
ISBN0439220270
"Land of the Buffalo Bones" is the diary of Mary Rodgers, known as Polly. Promising religious freedom and fertile land, Polly's father, Reverend Rodgers, moves their Baptist community from England to the Minnesota prairie. After a treacherous journey across the sea and across this country, Polly...
AuthorJim Murphy
ISBN0590438107
Originally, I picked this book up because my great- grandmother was a teenage one room schoolhouse teacher in Louisiana, and I had already read her journal and wanted to compare. What I got was somewhat satisfying.

When a fourteen year old orphan girl named Sarah Jane is almost forced to abandon...
AuthorDeborah Hopkinson
ISBN0439221617
Angela and her family have arrived in New York City from their village in Italy to find themselves settled in a small tenement apartment on the Lower East Side. When her father is no longer able to work, Angela must leave school and work in a shirtwaist factory. Against the backdrop of the birth of the labor...
AuthorKaren Hesse
ISBN0439555353
Thursday, February 28, 1861
P. Cloudy. Wind N.W. Fresh
Mr.Lincoln has arrived at last in Washington....
In one week, he inherits the trouble of this great, unhappy country. In one week, the responsibility will be his--whether we come together again a Union,or fall entirely to pieces....
The Sign of the Beaver
AuthorElizabeth George Speare
It's the time of the American Revolution and new Americans like Matt and his family are heading out to colonize areas of virgin territory.

Matt and his father head to Maine territory to stake their claim, which involves declaring their land, building a home and planting crops. Once they've...
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