England

Rakkety Tam

By Brian Jacques

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Two warrior squirrels lead the battle against Gulo, a bloodthirsty wolverine who will stop at nothing to recover the Walking Stone that will give him the authority to rule the lands of ice beyond the Great Sea.
"A Tale from Redwall"
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Henry

By Nina Bawden

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Evacuated to the English countryside during World War II, a fatherless family tries to raise a baby squirrel that also lost its home.

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The Blooding

By Patricia Windsor

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While spending the summer working as an au pair for a couple in England, Maris discovers that the husband is a werewolf intent on making her one too.
 

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Moses the Kitten

By James Herriot

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A bedraggled orphaned kitten is nursed back to health on a Yorkshire farm and when he recovers turns out to have a very unusual idea about the identity of his mother.

Suggested for ages 6 - 12

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Whittington

By Alan Armstrong

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Whittington, a feline descendant of Dick Whittington's famous cat of English folklore, appears at a rundown barnyard plagued by rats and restores harmony while telling his ancestor's story.

Suggested for ages 8 - 12

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The Christmas Knight

By Jane Louise Curry

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An impoverished knight finds a miracle when his cherry tree blooms on Christmas Day, but greedy servants get in his way when he tries to take the fruit to the King.

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The Doom Stone

By Paul Zindel

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When fifteen-year-old Jackson visits his aunt in England, he becomes caught up in a chase to capture an unknown creature who is stalking and killing people on the plains surrounding ancient Stonehenge.
 

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War Horse

By Michael Murpurgo

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A horse recalls his experiences growing up on an English farm, his struggle for survival as a cavalry horse during World War I, and his reunion with his beloved master.

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The High Crusade

By Poul Anderson

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Aliens land on the green and pleasant fields of medieval England and get more than they bargained for. The bow may not be mightier than the ray-gun, but English hearts are made of stouter stuff than the invaders from space imagined!
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The Shadow Thieves

By Anne Ursu

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After her cousin Zee arrives from England, thirteen-year-old Charlotte and he must set out to save humankind from denizens of the underworld, Nightmares, Death, Pain, and a really nasty guy named Phil. 

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