english history

One is One.

A gentle boy dreams of knighthood in the violent physical world of 14th c. England. He achieves his goal with difficulty, but then must think again of what he truly wants in his life.
Note: This book is SOLD.

$65.00

 

A Time in a City.

Young Kate makes her way from a pastoral village to an industrial city; a quiet, kindly story of lives behind the lines of WWI. Follows An Hour in the Morning.

$25.00

 

The Shield Ring.

The last Viking stronghold in Lancaster resists the Norman invasion with their Shield Ring, the barrier of the fells and their brave warlike spirit. Accurate and exciting history by a master. Note: This book has been sold.

$85.00

 

The Change-child.

Curry's third children's novel, a real life adventure/fantasy set in Wales and the kingdom of the Fair Folk during the reign of Elizabeth I.

$25.00

 

Nicholas and the Wool-Pack.

Nicholas, a Cotswold wool producer's son, together with his fiancee and his best friend, foils the plotting of two visiting Lombards and saves his father's business. Many detailed illustrations of the trade.

$95.00

 

An Enemy at Green Knowe

An alchemist involves two boys in black magic of the 1600's that may destroy them.

$115.00

 

The Stones of Green Knowe.

As Roger, a boy of Saxon and Norman heritage, watches the new stone manor house being built to replace their old wooden Saxon Hall, ancient Stone magic allows him to travel backward and foreword through time.

$115.00

 

Playhouse Tales.

Six related stories of Shakespeare's day, with notes on each and a map of London of the time, including the true account of Will Kemp, Cavaliero Kemp, Head-Master of Morris Dancers, who danced from London to Norwich in nine days time.  .Note: This book has been sold.

$6.00

 

You Never Knew Her As I Did.

Lord Seton involves Will Douglas in a daring plan to rescue Mary Queen of Scots from her island prison.

$10.00

 

The Namesake.

A story of King Alfred.

$5.00

 

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