Saturday, April 12, 2014

#AtoZChallenge Post: K for Kate and the Spies



Unlike the rest of the books that I’ve included for the Challenge, I didn’t receive this one. Instead, I saw this book once when I was doing research.

For me, this one looks interesting because it’s a historical fiction book for kids. This is something I’d definitely read soon. This is the sixth book of the Sisters in Time series.

Now for my Qs: What historical fiction book/s for kids have you read? If you were to write one, would you use a name, too, as part of the title like this book featured here?

Note: The hosts for the A to Z Challenge and other participating blogs can be found HERE.

5 comments:

Rachna Chhabria said...

Another interesting book for me to add to my TBR pile.

Chrys Fey said...

I love historical fiction, especially YA. I've recently read Fever 1793 and Chains both are by Laurie Halse Anderson, and I recommend both! :)

Silvia Villalobos said...

I, too, love historical fiction, and have to say it's been some time since I read any YA historical. Looks good.
SilviaWrites

Crystal Collier said...

I'm loving this one. Admittedly, I haven't ready a ton of historical fiction lately. My favorites when I was young were ghost stories that took you away to another time, but the kids have read The Magic Tree House series, and they love those.

David P. King said...

The Revolution from a kid's POV? That would be an interesting read. :)

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