Wartime Princess, by Valerie Wilding

The fictitious diary of Princess Margaret tells the story of World War II and the growing romance of the future Queen Elizabeth II and Prince Philip.

Wartime Princess

The Ides of April, by Mary Ray

When his master is found dead in his bed one morning, the slave Hylas must get help to find the murderer before all the slaves, including Hylas’s mother, are executed for the murder.

The Ides of April

Roman Britain Trilogy, by Rosemary Sutcliff

A trilogy of historical novels shows the decline of Roman power in Britain over the course of a few hundred years.

Roman Britain Trilogy

The Bronze Bow, by Elizabeth George Speare

Daniel can think of nothing except his hatred for the Romans and revenging his parent’s deaths, but other things keep getting in his way and making him think.

The Bronze Bow

Flame Over Tara, by Madeleine Polland

When Patrick brings the gospel to Ireland, he must win the approval of the High King, Leary, in order for his mission to succeed.

Flame Over Tara

The Lantern Bearers, by Rosemary Sutcliff

After escaping from the Saxons who took him as a slave, Aquila joins Ambrosius, king of Britain, and battles not only the Saxons but his own anger and hatred.

The Lantern Bearers

The Silver Branch, by Rosemary Sutcliff

Justin, a surgeon in the Roman Army, and his kinsman Flavius, a centurion, become involved in the resistance effort when a usurper takes command of Roman Britain.

The Silver Branch

The Eagle, by Rosemary Sutcliff

Centurion Marcus has a mission—to recover the lost Eagle from his father’s Ninth Legion.

The Eagle of the Ninth

Beyond the Desert Gate, by Mary Ray

Philo and his two brothers find themselves on opposing sides in the conflict between the Jews and the Romans in 70 AD.

Beyond the Desert Gate

Titus, A Comrade of the Cross, by Florence Morse Kingsley

Titus, a young man growing up in Capernaum, is interested in the ministry of Jesus.

Titus a Comrade of the Cross

Theras and His Town, by Caroline Dale Snedeker

Theras experiences life as a typical boy in Ancient Greece, both in Athens and Sparta.

 

Theras and His Town

A Single Shard, by Linda Sue Park

A homeless orphan in 12th century Korea who dreams of becoming a potter begins working for the master potter in his village, hoping to learn the trade from him.

A Single Shard

The Beduins’ Gazelle, by Frances Temple

Halima looks forward to the day when she can finally marry her betrothed, but when he is taken away and she is lost in a sandstorm, is all hope gone?

The Beduins’ Gazelle

Mara, Daughter of the Nile, by Eloise Jarvis McGraw

Mara, a slave, plays the dangerous job of double spy for the arch enemies of Ancient Egypt.

Mara, Daughter of the Nile

The Window in the Wall, by Ginny Merritt

As the children of Israel approach Jericho, a family within its walls discovers the true God.

The Window in the Wall

Unknown to History, by Charlotte M. Yonge

A sailor in the time of Queen Elizabeth finds a baby, the sole survivor of a shipwreck, and brings her home to his wife—who is this baby and what do the mysterious tokens wrapped up with her mean?

Unknown to History