The secret World War II relocation of the princesses Elizabeth and Margaret to an old estate in Ireland becomes subject to the devastations of the Blitz, the resentments of grieving townspeople and suspicions about the girls’ true identities.
After decades of peace between the white and Native American communities of early American Wyoming, a young man who was once convicted for raping a Cheyenne girl is found dead, prompting sheriff Walt Longmire, his deputy Victoria Moretti, and friend Henry Standing Bear to investigate.
Regretting her refusal of a poor physician apprentice’s marriage proposal, a wealthy nobleman’s daughter rescues her love’s prized flute before discovering that his soul has been trapped inside of it. By the author of Forest of a Thousand Lanterns.
"Roger Olivetti has it made: a rewarding career as an editor, a brownstone in Manhattan, and a bestselling novelist wife. Then the bottom falls out of the publishing industry and his marriage simultaneously, and Roger ends up living in the basement of his mother's house where he grew up. He soon finds himself with an unwelcome new career as a suburban hit man, scrambling to stay a step ahead of the local Mafia - and his mother's book club.
By the award-winning journalist and author of the best-selling Oh, Florida! traces the story of the unlikely rescue of the Florida panther from extinction while revealing the political factors and colorful personalities that are impacting the species today.
A head librarian who would leave behind the painful realities of her suburbia past unexpectedly bonds with a teenager performing community service, a disgruntled former Wall Street high flyer and other offbeat regulars who encourage her out of her self-imposed isolation.
When they discover a Jewish Allied paratrooper stranded outside of their small mountain village in Poland, 18-year-old twin sisters Helena and Ruth Nowak hide him from the Nazis, but soon jealousy and a devastating betrayal set in motion events that will reverberate across the decades.
Reunited when the elder's husband is sent to fight in World War II, French sisters Vianne and Isabelle find their bond as well as their respective beliefs tested by a world that changes in horrific ways.
Volunteering for Eleanor Roosevelt’s new traveling library in small-town Kentucky, an English bride joins a group of independent women whose commitment to their job transforms the community and their relationships.
Developing a chronic stomachache that she initially dismisses as a bug, young Raina discovers that her symptoms are related to her anxieties about school, food and changing friendships, in a story based on the Eisner Award-winning author’s childhood.
Managing a failed seafood restaurant in a run-down New England mall just before Christmas, Manny DeLeon coordinates a challenging final shift of mutinous staff members, an effort that is complicated by his love for a waitress, a pregnant girlfriend, and an elusive holiday gift.
A tale of love and redemption based on the 1944 Oradour-Sur-Glane massacre follows an octogenarian's receipt of a cache of letters, written by her mother during World War II, that uncover decades of secrets.
In the early 1980s, Boston was set ablaze. Over a two-year period, 264 buildings were torched, resulting in millions of dollars of damages and hundreds of injuries. The true story of the conspiracy of 9 men and of the relentless investigators who uncovered what was termed 'the largest arson case in the history of the country'.
Taking a job at the local roadhouse to help support her family in the wake of her grandfather’s failing health, a woman in a gold-rush Alaskan boomtown attracts dangerous attention while pursuing a relationship with an enigmatic hired man.
A charming, beautifully illustrated picture book about the power of memory and the magic of friendship finds little rabbit Llewellyn, who loves to collect things in jars, and best friend Evelyn trying to find a way to continue their very special friendship when Evelyn’s family moves away.
Tiring of his mother’s efforts to dress him in the latest fashions, from bright homemade sweaters to inflated helium balloon pants, Lawrence the bunny comes up with an ingenious plan to put his mother’s creativity to better use so that he can hop around unclothed like other bunnies.
An acclaimed, award-winning author/illustrator presents a resonant, gently humorous story about the power of even the smallest acts and the rewards of compassion and generosity as two little animals learn the value of kindness while planting seeds in their garden.
A strong-willed toddler who does not want to take a nap goes on a stroller ride through the park past her neighbors, from a man sitting on a bench to a busy dogwalker, who take naps in her place until the whole city gradually drifts off to sleep.
A pup who wears a rainbow scarf that contrasts with the pinstriped suits worn by other canines, Odd Dog leaves town amid fears of being too different before arriving in a rainbow-adorned community, where a dog in a cool sweater stands out in exceptional ways.
A busy Hollywood couple spins a hilariously cautionary tale about what happens when you are glued to your phone, in a boldly illustrated story that depicts a group of siblings who try to engage their busy parents while visiting the park.
Lulu's parents refuse to give in when she demands a brontosaurus for her birthday and so she sets out to find her own, but while the brontosaurus she finally meets approves of pets, he does not intend to be Lulu's.
An uplifting picture book portrait of the creator and star of Mister Rogers’ Neighborhood describes Fred Rogers’ struggles with big feelings in childhood, his relationship with his loving grandfather and his Capitol Hill hearing about the importance of public television funding.
Presented in an engaging question-and-answer format, a skill-building reader combines whimsically altered historical photos with smile-inducing presidential trivia while inviting readers to determine which facts are true or false.