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  • "С Богом, верой и штыком!"
    "С Богом, верой и штыком!"
    В книгу, посвященную Отечественной войне 1812 года, вошли свидетельства современников, воспоминания очевидцев событий, документы, отрывки из художественных произведений. Выстроенные в хронологической последовательности, они рисуют подробную картину войны с Наполеоном, начиная от перехода французской армии через Неман и кончая вступлением русских войск в Париж. Среди авторов сборника - капитан Ф.Глинка, генерал Д.Давыдов, поручик И Радожицкий, подпоручик Н.Митаревский, военный губернатор Москвы Ф.Ростопчин, генерал П.Тучков, император Александр I, писатели Л.Толстой, А.Герцен, Г.Данилевский, французы граф Ф.П.Сепор, сержант А.Ж.Б.Бургонь, лейтенант Ц.Ложье и др. Издание приурочено к 200-летию победы нашего народа в Отечественной войне 1812 года. Для старшего школьного возраста.
  • В. К. Дмитриев. ...Была война, была блокада...
    ...Была война, была блокада...
    В. К. Дмитриев
    Книга посвящена самому трагическому периоду в истории города на Неве - блокаде. Она состоит из коротких рассказов, из которых можно узнать о том, как и когда началась осада Северной столицы, какие лишения она принесла мирным жителям, как ленинградцы не сдались врагу несмотря ни на что, как защищали родной город, как прорывали блокадное кольцо. В отдельный раздел вынесены рассказы о мемориалах, в которых увековечена память о тех событиях. Издание богато иллюстрировано. В нем собрано более пятисот фотографий и плакатов времен Великой Отечественной войны, а также современных снимков. Кроме того, текст сопровождается стихотворениями блокадных поэтов и воспоминаниями очевидцев. Книга ориентирована на детей среднего школьного возраста.
  • Laura Amy Schlitz. A Drowned Maiden's Hair
    A Drowned Maiden's Hair
    Laura Amy Schlitz
    Maud Flynn is known at the orphanage for her impertinence. So when the charming Miss Hyacinth chooses her to take home, the girl is pleased but baffled, until she learns of her new role: helping to stage elaborate seances for bereaved patrons. As Maud is drawn deeper into the deception, playing the "secret child", she is torn between her need to please and her growing conscience. It takes a shocking betrayal to make clear just how heartless her so-called guardians are. Filled with fascinating details of turn-of-the-century spiritualism and page-turning suspense, this novel from Newbery Medallist Laura Amy Schlitz features a feisty heroine whom readers will not soon forget.
  • Sam Angus. A Horse Called Hero
    A Horse Called Hero
    Sam Angus
    A Horse Called Hero
  • Linda Sue Park. A Single Shard
    A Single Shard
    Linda Sue Park
    In this NewberyMedal-winning book, Tree-ear, anorphan, lives under a bridge inCh'ulp'o, a potters' villagefamed for delicate celadon ware.He has become fascinated with the potter's craft; he wants nothing more than to watch master potter Min at work, and he dreams of making a pot of his own someday. When Min takes Tree-ear on as his helper, Tree-ear is elated - until he finds obstacles in his path: the backbreaking labor of digging and hauling clay, Min's irascible temper, and his own ignorance. But Tree-ear is determined to prove himself - even if it means taking a long, solitary journey on foot to present Min's work in the hope of a royal commission . . . even if it means arriving at the royal court with nothing to show but a single celadon shard.
  • Monica Edinger. Africa Is My Home
    Africa Is My Home
    Monica Edinger
    Inspired by a true account, here is the compelling story of a child who arrives in America on the slave ship Amistad – and eventually makes her way home to Africa. Narrated in a remarkable first-person voice, this fictionalized book of memories of a real-life figure retells history through the eyes of a child. Lush, full-colour illustrations by Robert Byrd, plus archival photographs and documents, bring an extraordinary journey to life.
  • Maxinne Rhea Leighton. AN Ellis Island Christmas
    AN Ellis Island Christmas
    Maxinne Rhea Leighton
    AN Ellis Island Christmas
  • Walter Dean Myers. An African Princess
    An African Princess
    Walter Dean Myers
    Captured, and about to be killed, a young African princess is dramatically rescued by a British naval officer. Taken to England, she is presented at court to Queen Victoria. As an important friendship begins, Sarah embarks on a whole new life... This incredible true story is retold alongside real letters, photographs and historical documents. Recounted with insight and empathy by Walter Dean Myers, the US National Ambassador for Young People’s Literature 2012–2013, this is an important reflection on royalty, race, class, belonging and – above all – identity.
  • Ann Hood. Anastasia Romanov: the Last Grand Duchess #10
    Anastasia Romanov: the Last Grand Duchess #10
    Ann Hood
    Anastasia Romanov: the Last Grand Duchess #10
  • Frank Murphy. Babe Ruth Saves Baseball!
    Babe Ruth Saves Baseball!
    Frank Murphy
    Babe Ruth Saves Baseball!
  • Julia Alvarez. Before We Were Free
    Before We Were Free
    Julia Alvarez
    Before We Were Free
  • Frank Murphy. Ben Franklin and the Magic Squares
    Ben Franklin and the Magic Squares
    Frank Murphy
    Ben Franklin and the Magic Squares
  • Theresa Tomlinson. Better than Gold
    Better than Gold
    Theresa Tomlinson
    A brilliantly readable and compelling story of love, loss, loyalty and changing beliefs, set in warring Anglo-Saxon kingdoms and inspired by the Staffordshire Hoard of Anglo-Saxon gold.
  • Jonah Winter. Born and Bred in the Great Depression
    Born and Bred in the Great Depression
    Jonah Winter
    Born and Bred in the Great Depression
  • Laurie Calkhoven. Boys of Wartime: Daniel at the Siege of Boston, 1776
    Boys of Wartime: Daniel at the Siege of Boston, 1776
    Laurie Calkhoven
    Boys of Wartime: Daniel at the Siege of Boston, 1776
  • Laurie Calkhoven. Boys of Wartime: Will at the Battle of Gettysburg
    Boys of Wartime: Will at the Battle of Gettysburg
    Laurie Calkhoven
    Boys of Wartime: Will at the Battle of Gettysburg
  • Tracy Chevalier. Burning Bright
    Burning Bright
    Tracy Chevalier
    In the waning days of eighteenth-century London, poet, artist, and printer Will lam Blake works in obscurity. Next door, country boy Jem Kellaway moves in and strikes up a tentative friendship with street-savvy Maggie Butterfield. While England is rocked by the waves of the French Revolution, the two children navigate the confusing and exhilarating path to adolescence. Their lives intertwine with Blake's and inspire him in this brilliantly rendered historical tale.
  • Richard Platt. Castle Diary
    Castle Diary
    Richard Platt
    Sent to his uncle's castle to learn to be a page, eleven-year-old Toby keeps a detailed journal of everything that happens there during the year of 1285 – from such great events as a boar hunt and a tournament to more everyday activities like baking bread and cleaning out the garderobes (toilets). The book is packed with information about medieval life and a must for any child who loves castles!
  • Yin. Coolies
    Coolies
    Yin
    Coolies
  • Elizabeth Laird. Crusade
    Crusade
    Elizabeth Laird
    Crusade

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