Book List in Order: 14 titles

  • Meeting a refugee child struggling for survival in a strange society, Lesley, Victoria, Christopher, and Robert try to provide a safe haven for their new friend and in doing so learn about their own strengths and limitations....



  • New to town, Anna is happy to find a friend, even if it is the bossy and quarrelsome Lindy, and is pleased to be allowed to join the secret society run by Lindy's older brother until she commits a "crime" that the society won't forgive...


  • Terror. When the policemen come to the house to arrest George Forest, Elinor can't believe that her own father is guilty of a crime. Then, just before he is taken away, he slips a baggage claim receipt into her pocket. Afraid of arousing suspicion...


  • Determined to save an old elephant from the slaughterhouse, two circus children kidnap the animal and begin a dangerous journey, traveling by night across the English countryside to a safari park where they hope to find the elephant a home...



  • The mysterious Albert Ross, whom twelve-year-old Felicity saves from drowning on the dangerous seacoast where she lives, appears to be either an exotic world traveler or a fearsome liar, and he ultimately changes the lives of those who seek the truth...








  • During a trip to the seaside with her ne'er-do-well artist father, twelve-year-old Emily makes friends with a gypsy's son and the young heir to a stately home, who are struck by her resemblance to mysterious, long-dead Sylvia, a girl in a painting by...


  • Poppy Brown has such a tendency to make up stories that only her loyal friend Emma believes the amazing news Poppy tells her: One of the statues on the estate where her mother works has been struck by lightning and has come to life! Belladonna, as Po...



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    There is definitely something strange about Mary Frewin. She looks like an ordinary child, and she tries to act like the other children too, scraping through life at home and school without calling too much attention to herself. What separates Mary f...