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Title The Red Cross Orphans The Red Cross Orphans Book 1
Author Glynis Peters
Publisher HarperCollins UK
Release Date 2021-11-30
Category Fiction
Total Pages 400
ISBN 9780008492373
Language English, Spanish, and French
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From the bestselling author of The Secret Orphan comes her brand new unputdownable historical fiction novel!

The Secret Orphan by Glynis Peters

Title The Secret Orphan
Author Glynis Peters
Publisher HarperCollins UK
Release Date 2018-11-09
Category Fiction
Total Pages 400
ISBN 9780008300944
Language English, Spanish, and French
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This is a stunning and memorable page-turner of love, loss and resilience for fans of The Tattooist of Auschwitz The USA Today bestseller

The Forgotten Orphan by Glynis Peters

Title The Forgotten Orphan
Author Glynis Peters
Publisher HarperCollins UK
Release Date 2020-12-01
Category Fiction
Total Pages 400
ISBN 9780008363284
Language English, Spanish, and French
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From the internationally bestselling author of The Secret Orphan A world at war A secret from her past A chance to be together...

The Orphan Thief by Glynis Peters

Title The Orphan Thief
Author Glynis Peters
Publisher HarperCollins UK
Release Date 2019-11-28
Category Fiction
Total Pages 400
ISBN 9780008374624
Language English, Spanish, and French
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From the international bestselling author of The Secret Orphan

The Light We Left Behind by Tessa Harris

Title The Light We Left Behind
Author Tessa Harris
Publisher HarperCollins UK
Release Date 2021-12-03
Category Fiction
Total Pages 384
ISBN 9780008494858
Language English, Spanish, and French
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‘How did I not know anything about this?! A beautifully written book.’ – NetGalley Reviewer, ⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐ England: 1944

Orphans Of The Storm by Celia Imrie

Title Orphans of the Storm
Author Celia Imrie
Publisher Bloomsbury Publishing USA
Release Date 2021-12-14
Category Fiction
Total Pages 416
ISBN 9781635577891
Language English, Spanish, and French
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From internationally bestselling author and celebrated actress Celia Imrie, an epic novel set against the backdrop of the sinking of the Titanic. Nice, France, 1911: After three years of marriage, Marcella Navratil has finally had enough. Her husband, Michael, an ambitious tailor, may have charmed her during their courtship, but their few years of marriage have revealed a cruel and controlling streak. The 21-year-old mother of two is determined to get a divorce. But while awaiting the Judges' decision on the custody of their children, Michael receives news that changes everything. Meanwhile fun-loving New York socialite Margaret Hays is touring Europe with some friends. Restless, she resolves to head home aboard the most celebrated steamer in the world. But as the ship sets sail for America, carrying two infants bearing false names, the paths of Marcella, Michael and Margaret cross and nothing will ever be the same again. Orphans of the Storm dives into the waters of the past to unearth a sweeping, epic tale of the sinking of the Titanic that radiates with humanity and hums with life.

Title The Red Cross Magazine
Author Anonim
Publisher Unknown
Release Date 1909
Category
Total Pages 86
ISBN UCAL:$B602017
Language English, Spanish, and French
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Smiling Once More by Emily Crookes

Title Smiling Once More
Author Emily Crookes
Publisher Unknown
Release Date 2006
Category Orphans
Total Pages 48
ISBN OCLC:748861465
Language English, Spanish, and French
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Orphans Of The Tide by Struan Murray

Title Orphans of the Tide
Author Struan Murray
Publisher Penguin UK
Release Date 2020-02-20
Category Juvenile Fiction
Total Pages 352
ISBN 9780241384442
Language English, Spanish, and French
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Winner of the Branford Boase Award 2021, a breathtaking fantasy adventure for fans of His Dark Materials that The Times calls 'Unputdownable'. The City was built on a sharp mountain that jutted improbably from the sea, and the sea kept trying to claim it back. That grey morning, once the tide had retreated, a whale was found on a rooftop. When a mysterious boy washes in with the tide, the citizens believe he's the Enemy - the god who drowned the world - come again to cause untold chaos. Only Ellie, a fearless young inventor living in a workshop crammed with curiosities, believes he's innocent. But the Enemy can take possession of any human body and the ruthless Inquisition are determined to destroy it forever. To save the boy, Ellie must prove who he really is - even if that means revealing her own dangerous secret . . . 'Unputdownable' - The Times 'Enthralling' - The Daily Express 'Sumptuously atmospheric . . . tirelessly inventive' - The Daily Telegraph 'Gripping' - The Guardian 'Energetic and inventive' - Sunday Times 'Gripping and original' - The Observer 'Singularly brilliant' - Kiran Millwood Hargrave, author of The Girl of Ink and Stars and The Mercies 'Compellingly inventive and unpredictable' - Piers Torday, author of The Last Wild 'A terrific debut of strange myths and dark secrets' - The Bookseller (Editor's Choice)

Title The Red Cross Bulletin
Author Anonim
Publisher Unknown
Release Date 1910
Category Red Cross
Total Pages 86
ISBN PRNC:32101067000727
Language English, Spanish, and French
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Children Of The Stars by Mario Escobar

Title Children of the Stars
Author Mario Escobar
Publisher Thomas Nelson
Release Date 2020-02-25
Category Fiction
Total Pages 368
ISBN 9780785233008
Language English, Spanish, and French
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From international bestselling author Mario Escobar comes a story of escape, sacrifice, and hope amid the perils of the Second World War. August 1942. Jacob and Moses Stein, two young Jewish brothers, are staying with their aunt in Paris amid the Nazi occupation. The boys’ parents, well-known German playwrights, have left the brothers in their aunt’s care until they can find safe harbor for their family. But before the Steins can reunite, a great and terrifying roundup occurs. The French gendarmes, under Nazi order, arrest the boys and take them to the Vélodrome d’Hiver—a massive, bleak structure in Paris where thousands of France’s Jews are being forcibly detained. Jacob and Moses know they must flee in order to survive, but they only have a set of letters sent from the South of France to guide them to their parents. Danger lurks around every corner as the boys, with nothing but each other, trek across the occupied country. Along their remarkable journey, they meet strangers and brave souls who put themselves at risk to protect the children—some of whom pay the ultimate price for helping these young refugees of war. This inspiring novel, now available for the first time in English, demonstrates the power of family and the endurance of the human spirit—even through the darkest moments of human history.

Title The House of the Scorpion
Author Nancy Farmer
Publisher Simon and Schuster
Release Date 2013-08-01
Category Juvenile Fiction
Total Pages 400
ISBN 9781471120381
Language English, Spanish, and French
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Matt is six years old when he discovers that he is different from other children and other people. To most, Matt isn't considered a boy at all, but a beast, dirty and disgusting. But to El Patron, lord of a country called Opium, Matt is the guarantee of eternal life. El Patron loves Matt as he loves himself - for Matt is himself. They share the exact same DNA. As Matt struggles to understand his existence and what that existence truly means, he is threatened by a host of sinister and manipulating characters, from El Patron's power-hungry family to the brain-deadened eejits and mindless slaves that toil Opium's poppy fields. Surrounded by a dangerous army of bodyguards, escape is the only chance Matt has to survive. But even escape is no guarantee of freedom… because Matt is marked by his difference in ways that he doesn't even suspect.

Bloody Jack by Louis A. Meyer

Title Bloody Jack
Author Louis A. Meyer
Publisher Houghton Mifflin Harcourt
Release Date 2002
Category Juvenile Fiction
Total Pages 278
ISBN 9780152167318
Language English, Spanish, and French
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Reduced to begging and thievery in the streets of London, a thirteen-year-old orphan disguises herself as a boy and connives her way onto a British warship set for high sea adventure in search of pirates.

An Island At War by Deborah Carr

Title An Island at War
Author Deborah Carr
Publisher HarperCollins UK
Release Date 2021-06-25
Category Fiction
Total Pages 400
ISBN 9780008436292
Language English, Spanish, and French
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A moving historical novel inspired by the German occupation of the Channel Islands during WW2. This is a story of courage, resilience and everyday acts of defiance from ordinary people forced to live in an extraordinary time.

Title The American Red Cross Bulletin
Author Anonim
Publisher Unknown
Release Date 1909
Category
Total Pages 86
ISBN MINN:31951000753748Z
Language English, Spanish, and French
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The Children S Train by Viola Ardone

Title The Children s Train
Author Viola Ardone
Publisher HarperCollins
Release Date 2021-01-12
Category Fiction
Total Pages 304
ISBN 9780062940520
Language English, Spanish, and French
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“The innocence of childhood collides with the stark aftermath of war in this wrenching and ultimately redemptive tale of family, seemingly impossible choices, and the winding paths to destiny, which sometimes take us to places far beyond our imaginings.” – Lisa Wingate, #1 New York Times Bestselling Author of Before We Were Yours and The Book of Lost Friends "Ardone’s beautifully crafted story explores the meaning of identity and belonging...recommended to fans of Elena Ferrante’s Neapolitan novels." – The Library Journal “[The Children’s Train] leaves you with a great sense of the importance of family and the tough decisions that must be faced as a result of that love.” – Shelf Awareness Based on true events, a heartbreaking story of love, family, hope, and survival set in post-World War II Italy—written with the heart of Orphan Train and Before We Were Yours—about poor children from the south sent to live with families in the north to survive deprivation and the harsh winters. Though Mussolini and the fascists have been defeated, the war has devastated Italy, especially the south. Seven-year-old Amerigo lives with his mother Antonietta in Naples, surviving on odd jobs and his wits like the rest of the poor in his neighborhood. But one day, Amerigo learns that a train will take him away from the rubble-strewn streets of the city to spend the winter with a family in the north, where he will be safe and have warm clothes and food to eat. Together with thousands of other southern children, Amerigo will cross the entire peninsula to a new life. Through his curious, innocent eyes, we see a nation rising from the ashes of war, reborn. As he comes to enjoy his new surroundings and the possibilities for a better future, Amerigo will make the heartbreaking choice to leave his mother and become a member of his adoptive family. Amerigo’s journey is a moving story of memory, indelible bonds, artistry, and self-exploration, and a soaring examination of what family can truly mean. Ultimately Amerigo comes to understand that sometimes we must give up everything, even a mother's love, to find our destiny. Translated from the Italian by Clarissa Botsford

Run Me To Earth by Paul Yoon

Title Run Me to Earth
Author Paul Yoon
Publisher Simon and Schuster
Release Date 2020-01-28
Category Fiction
Total Pages 272
ISBN 9781501154065
Language English, Spanish, and French
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From award-winning author Paul Yoon comes a “spellbinding” (The Washington Post) novel about three kids orphaned in 1960s Laos—and how their destinies are entwined across decades, anointed by Hernan Diaz as “one of those rare novels that stays with us to become a standard with which we measure other books.” Alisak, Prany, and Noi—three orphans united by devastating loss—must do what is necessary to survive the perilous landscape of 1960s Laos. When they take shelter in a bombed out field hospital, they meet Vang, a doctor dedicated to helping the wounded at all costs. Soon the teens are serving as motorcycle couriers, delicately navigating their bikes across the fields filled with unexploded bombs, beneath the indiscriminate barrage from the sky. In a world where the landscape and the roads have turned into an ocean of bombs, we follow their grueling days of rescuing civilians and searching for medical supplies, until Vang secures their evacuation on the last helicopters leaving the country. It’s a move with irrevocable consequences—and sets them on disparate and treacherous paths across the world. Spanning decades, this “richly layered” (The New York Times Book Review, Editors’ Choice) book weaves together storylines laced with beauty and cruelty. Paul Yoon’s “greatest skill lies in crafting subtle moments that underline the strange and specific sadness inherent to trauma” (Time) and this book is a breathtaking historical feat and a fierce study of the powers of hope, perseverance, and grace.

The Orphan S Song by Lauren Kate

Title The Orphan s Song
Author Lauren Kate
Publisher Penguin
Release Date 2019-06-25
Category Fiction
Total Pages 336
ISBN 9780735212596
Language English, Spanish, and French
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The historical adult debut novel by # 1 New York Times bestselling author Lauren Kate, The Orphan's Song is a sweeping love story about family and music--and the secrets each hold--that follows the intertwined fates of two Venetian orphans. "A tangled knot of betrayal and love, lies and redemption. Marvelous." --Fiona Davis, author of The Address A song brought them together. A secret will tear them apart. Venice, 1736. When fate brings Violetta and Mino together on the roof of the Hospital of the Incurables, they form a connection that will change their lives forever. Both are orphans at the Incurables, dreaming of escape. But when the resident Maestro notices Violetta's voice, she is selected for the Incurables' world famous coro, and must sign an oath never to sing beyond its church doors. After a declaration of love ends in heartbreak, Mino flees the Incurables in search of his family. Known as the "city of masks," Venice is full of secrets, and Mino is certain one will lead to his long-lost mother. Without him, the walls close in on Violetta and she begins a dangerous and forbidden nightlife, hoping her voice can secure her freedom. But neither finds what they are looking for, until a haunting memory Violetta has suppressed since childhood leads them to a shocking confrontation. Vibrant with the glamour and beauty of Venice at its zenith, The Orphan's Song takes us on a breathtaking journey of passion, heartbreak, and betrayal before it crescendos to an unforgettable ending, a celebration of the enduring nature and transformative power of love.

The Winter Companion by Mimi Matthews

Title The Winter Companion
Author Mimi Matthews
Publisher Perfectly Proper Press
Release Date 2020-02-11
Category Fiction
Total Pages 316
ISBN 9781733056946
Language English, Spanish, and French
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"Fans of the 'Parish Orphans of Devon' series will adore this final installment, reuniting the orphans and their loves." -Library Journal, STARRED review A USA TODAY BESTSELLER She Needed to be Seen... As a lady's companion, Clara Hartwright never receives much attention from anyone. And that's precisely how she likes it. With a stormy past, and an unconventional plan for her future, it's far safer to remain invisible. But when her new employer is invited to a month-long holiday at a remote coastal abbey, Clara discovers that she may not be as invisible as she'd hoped. At least, not as far as one gentleman is concerned. He Wanted to be Heard... Neville Cross has always been more comfortable with animals than people. An accident in his youth has left him with a brain injury that affects his speech. Forming the words to speak to his childhood friends is difficult enough. Finding the right things to say to a lovely young lady's companion seems downright impossible. But Miss Hartwright is no ordinary companion. In fact, there may not be anything ordinary about her at all. During a bleak Devon winter, two sensitive souls forge an unexpected friendship. But when Clara needs him most, will Neville find the courage to face his fears? Or is saying goodbye to her the most heroic thing he can do?

Title The Red Cross Magazine
Author Anonim
Publisher Unknown
Release Date 1920
Category Red Cross and Red Crescent
Total Pages 86
ISBN UOM:39015022763240
Language English, Spanish, and French
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Bulletin no. 1 includes: Letter from the secretary of war, transmitting the Report of the proceedings of the American National Red Cross. (Jan. 1906). (59th Cong., 1st Sess. House. Doc. No. 383).