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Noor Inayat Khan

by Gaby Halberstam Bloomsbury Publishing (November 07, 2013)

Noor Khan was a pacifist, an Indian Muslim, a poet and children's author. During WWII she joined the Special Operations Executive and was sent to Nazi-occipied France as a wireless operator, transmitting vital...

Bring Out the Banners

by Geoffrey Trease Bloomsbury Publishing (May 09, 2013)

An office worker and an aristocratic young lady become unlikely friends as they work together for women's right to vote. A thrilling story of secret meetings, police oppression and social upheaval, as well as...

Emily Davison

by Claudia FitzHerbert Short Books Ltd (September 06, 2018)

Emily was angry. She worked as hard as any man, but she couldn't change laws that affected her - laws made by men. Because women didn't have the right to vote.

She and the other suffragettes had patiently put...

Nelson Mandela

by Adrian Hadland Short Books Ltd (September 06, 2018)

Nelson was a young South African boy with a reputation for trouble-making. Who would have thought he would one day lead his people to freedom?

Nelson Mandela grew up at a time when black South Africans suffered...

Pirate Queen of Ireland

by Anne Chambers The Collins Press (March 15, 2006)

This is the true story of Grace O’Malley, or Granuaile, who ruled on land and sea in Connaught over 400 years ago. A Pirate Queen and Chieftain, she became a legend. We meet Grace as a young girl on Ireland’s...

The Catalpa Adventure

by Vincent McDonnell The Collins Press (May 10, 2010)

In April 1875, the whaler ‘Catalpa’ sailed from New Bedford in America, embarking on a hair-raising seafaring mission. Its destination was Fremantle, Western Australia; its goal to rescue six Fenian prisoners...

Titanic Tragedy

by Vincent McDonnell The Collins Press (March 01, 2007)

The sinking of the Titanic is the world’s most famous sea tragedy, with over 1,500 lives lost on that cold April night in 1912. The ship has since held a special mystery and fascination for young and old....

Escape to Gold Mountain

by David H.T. Wong Arsenal Pulp Press (December 18, 2012)

This is a vivid graphic history of the Chinese experience in North America over the last 150 years, beginning with the immigration of Chinese to "Gold Mountain" (the Chinese colloquialism for North America)...