historical fiction

"Hylian shrooms" and the "leaves of the silent princess plant" somehow made their way into John Boyne's latest book.
When Morning Comes by Arushi Raina "This timely reminder of the power and passion of young people contextualizes current
Beyond the Bright Sea by Lauren Wolk "A beautiful, evocative sophomore effort from Newbery honoree Wolk (Wolf Hollow, 2016
Disappeared by Francisco X. Stork "A tense thriller elevated by Stork's nuanced writing and empathy for every character, including
In the Footsteps of Crazy Horse by Joseph Marshall III, illustrated by Jim Yellowhawk "This powerful introduction to a great
Looking for Group by Rory Harrison “This book is a triumph, allowing honesty, excitement, humor, and heart to step over gender
Living TV free can also make television -- when we do watch it -- a real treat for our family. The Olympics, for example
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See the full list at Off the Shelf, a daily blog that connects great readers with great books. Nanjing Requiem by Ha Jin
This is one of those "sort of" rules, in the sense that, yes, historical fiction, by definition, sets a story in the past