Kids Books - Historical Books

Caught (Missing)

By Margaret Peterson Haddix
10 ratings6 reviews
  • xxpish
    xxpish5 stars
    When time freezes in Jonah’s 7th grade science class, he knows something’s wrong. Five minutes later, Jonah and Katherine are speeding through time. They are in the year 1903, right next to Albert and Mileva Einstein themselves. When Mileva sees the Elucidator floating in thin air, she grabs it a...

Riding Freedom

By Pam Munoz Ryan
28 ratings14 reviews
  • angelyz
    angelyz4 stars
    It's a book about a girl whose parents died and is taken in by some orphanage and since she is the only girl the kitchen lady wants her to cook and clean and through the book she loves riding horses in memory of her parents then since nobody would adopt her because of the mean kitchen lady she de...

Inside Out and Back Again

By Thanhha Lai
67 ratings87 reviews
  • kiwikorilakkuma
    I read this book at least 5 times. It's that good. Before I continue, I should say that I really enjoy Historical-Fiction books, so this review might turn out to be highly opinionated on that. This book is written in verse, and it's probably my first book that I have read that is written in verse...

Number the Stars

By Lois Lowry
7 ratings16 reviews
  • italyana
    italyana5 stars
    This book to me has a happy ending but the book it itself is sad. I read this in fourth grade while we were studying the holocaust. Adolf Hitler is a hater. A lot more people were killed by him and his army. In order to survive you had to have blond hair and blue eyes. Luckily someone who had a w...

National Geographic Readers: Nelson Mandela (Readers Bios)

By Barbara Kramer
1 ratings1 reviews
  • Robert
    He is amazing


By Vince Vawter
0 ratings1 reviews

Blessing's Bead

By Debby Dahl Edwardson
1 ratings1 reviews
  • baskets_all_day
    This book is very interesting and confuesing at first but once you get into the middle of the book it all makes more sense as you get closer to the end.

Woods Runner

By Gary Paulsen
3 ratings6 reviews
  • lindsayr
    lindsayr4 stars
    At the beginning of The Woods Runner, it was kind of boring. But when I got further in the book, I could not put it down. The Woods Runner is a historical-fiction book that takes place during the Revolutionary War, so normally I would not pick it out to read, but I am so glad that I read it. T...

Through My Eyes

By Ruby Bridges
2 ratings3 reviews
  • despinoza1
    despinoza14 stars
    This is a very good book, but it is kinda sad what Ruby Bridges had to go through as a child. She stood very strong her life and wouldn't let anything get in her way. If you like autobiographies I recommend you read this book.

A Million Shades of Gray

By Cynthia Kadohata
4 ratings5 reviews
  • teacher_1650
    This amazing, coming-of-age story takes you through the remarkable life of Y'Tin--a young boy from Vietnam who has a passion for training elephants! Life is looking hopeful for Y'Tin and it appears like his dream of being the youngest trainer is going to come to pass; that is, until the "war" ent...

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