Historical Fiction: World War II
Recommended books for children on World War II.
In 1944, Gabriella, Esther, and other young people see the impact of war on their lives in the United States.
Thirteen-year-old Korinna must decide whether to report her parents when she discovers that they are hiding Jews.
Jewish Gustave and his parents move out of Paris to the countryside to hide from the Nazis.
Hugh finds clues suggesting that a German submarine is in the vicinity of his family's beach house.
During the German occupation of France, Lisette lives with her aunt, who harbors Jewish and Gypsy children.
The experiences of a young Jewish girl and her family during the Nazi occupation of the Netherlands.
One year after her father's death, nine-year-old Isabelle begins writing him letters relating the important events in her life.
Hannah resents her Jewish heritage until time travel places her in the middle of a concentration camp.
In Brooklyn, 1943, Howie mounts a campaign to save his favorite teacher from being fired.
Two Jewish refugee girls from Austria await their parents in a remote Swedish village.
Twelve-year-old Margaret Ann has trouble getting along with her "perfect" English cousin, just arrived from war-torn London.
After the bombing of Pearl Harbor, Japanese Americans on the West Coast are evacuated to camps in the Utah desert.
When Lily's father is drafted to fight in World War II, she must stay with her grouchy grandmother.
Time passes as Katie waits for her father to come home from the war.
During the German occupation of Denmark, Annemarie learns to be brave and courageous while helping to shelter her Jewish friends.
World War II has changed everyone's lives, but Davy still has two heroes: his dad and his brother.
When the Japanese bomb Pearl Harbor, questions of trust and loyalty are raised in Frank's growing friendship with Kenji.
A true story about a group of Norwegian children who smuggle nine million dollars in gold past Nazi sentries.
Jessie has suspicions about a teacher whose father was German.