english history

Growing Up in 13th century England.

Centering on the lives of five families, this social history is full of detail.

$5.00

 

The Lantern Bearers.

As the Roman auxiliaries move out of Britain, Aquila decides to stay and protect his adopted land from Saxon invaders. Though his own family is divided, he dedicates many years of fighting to this goal. A gripping adventure in a tumultuous time. Please note: THIS BOOK HAS BEEN SOLD

$12.00

 

The Black Tower.

Edmund and Jasper Tudor, hidden by their father to conceal their dangerous heritage, survive with bravery in the calamitous times of the Wars of the Roses, and carry the royal Tudor line of England in Edmund's son, Henry Vi.

$20.00

 

The Black Tower.

Edmund and Jasper Tudor, hidden by their father to conceal their dangerous heritage, survive with bravery in the calamitous times of the Wars of the Roses, and carry the royal Tudor line of England in Edmund's son, Henry Vi.

$45.00

 

The Knockers.

They were hurrying home, when suddenly the knocking sounded. It seemed to come from under their feet. Later, in the safety of the farmhouse kitchen, Jeremy's father told them about the legend of Wild Edric, imprisoned in the lead-mines long ago. dw.

This book has been sold.

$16.00

 

Tales from St. Paul's Cathedral.

A history of the building. From an author who has written a series of these tales, Westminster Abbey, Canterbury Cathedral, Exeter Cathedral.

$15.00

 

Ardizzone's Kilvert: Selections from the diary of the Rev. Francis Kilvert 1870-79, edited by William Plomer and abridged for children by Elizabeth Divine.

This children's edition, a "labour of love" for the editor's grandchildren, gives children a bright glimpse of a time when railroads were common but the old parishioners whom Kilmer visited could still remember people who believed in fairies.

$20.00

 

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