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Historical Fiction

Consider the Sunflowers

Elma Schemenauer

Rural women enjoyed many of the benefits from modernization but increased urbanization created new complications. Author Elma Schemenauer has explored the new realities facing women like her mother in her fictional book, Consider the Sunflowers. more

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Flickers by Arthur Slade

Flickers by Arthur Slade

A middle-grade horror novel about horror movies, Flickers is decidedly creepy in all the best ways while never becoming too scary for its younger target audience. more

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Glory Over Everything Kathleen Grissom crop

Glory Over Everything Kathleen Grissom

A spiritual sequel to Kathleen Grissom’s debut (and New York Times best-selling) The Kitchen House, Glory over Everything is set in in 1830s Philadelphia. more

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Dollybird Anne Lazurko

Dollybird Anne Lazurko

Set in 1906, Dollybird is not the Saskatchewan you know, but it is a Saskatchewan that’s charged with life and energy, a place you will not soon forget. more

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