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.
Hugh finds clues suggesting that a German submarine is in the vicinity of his family's beach house.
Hannah resents her Jewish heritage until time travel places her in the middle of a concentration camp.
With his mother dead from a German bomb, Sonny tries to understand the truths of war and retribution.
Twelve-year-old Sumiko and her Japanese-American family are relocated from their flower farm in California to an internment camp in Arizona.
Hazel moves to the New Mexico desert, where her father and other scientists are working on a secret project.
In art class, neatness, conformity, and imitation are encouraged, but when Willow brings imagination and creativity to her projects, even straight-laced Miss Hawthorn is influenced.
When she moves with her parents to Michigan during World War II, Meggie learns about many different kinds of bravery.