Post Modern Era (1950 A.D.-present)

Post Modern Era (1950 A.D.-present)

In this last book in the trilogy about Gabrielle Allan, the reader finds Gay and her Great-Aunt Belle about to start a new life in a setting far different from their much-loved Drovers Road. The sheep station of Cape Lost is now Gay’s responsibility and, despite her three years’ study at the Massey...Read more
Black Tiger at Le Mans
Woody and Mary Jane are now married. Woody is working full-time at the Black Tiger Agency which is doing a good business selling and racing the innovative Italian-manufactured car. Wanting to please his wife, Woody has given up driving in the races himself—with predictable results. A naturally...Read more
Cape Lost
As the story of Cape Lost opens, an important new thread is about to be woven into the life of teenaged Gabrielle Allan. Home from boarding school for the summer holidays, she and Merry are once more happily on horseback. They are helping their Uncle Dunsany bring a herd of sheep to Cape Lost, the...Read more
Through vivid characterizations of people and place, Joyce West’s storytelling—evocative of L. M. Montgomery’s in her Anne of Green Gable series—draws her reader into the richly-textured, rural setting of New Zealand in the mid-20th century. In this first book, young Gabrielle Allan (called Gay) is...Read more
Mexican Road Race
Woody Hartford is back—and so is the Black Tiger. The Mark II version of the sleek racing machine is hot off the assembly line from Italy, and Woody is eager to show the world just what kind of car it truly is. The opportunity to showcase the Black Tiger will send Woody and Worm, friend, mentor and...Read more
Red Sea Rescue
It is the ambition of 14-year-old Ibrahim to be a lighthouse-keeper just like his father, Abdul Hussein. Lighthouse Island, where he and his family live, is in a group of tiny islands in the Red Sea, some forty miles off the coast of Egypt. Ibrahim and his younger sister, Saa-la, are used to this...Read more
Good Old Archibald
In this amusing story—that is both slightly vintage and completely timeless— good old Ralph Jackson has deserted Brookfield School (his family has had to move to another city) just four weeks before the “picnic day” baseball game against the Lawson Lions. His buddies Trent, Wilmer and Harley are...Read more
Alvin Fernald Foreign Trader
Alvin Fernald’s “Magnificent Brain” has a life of its own. In fact, somehow or other it has come up with the winning grand prize recipe in a candy-making contest—and no one, including Alvin, can figure out quite how it happened. Now, as guests of the Kitchenmate Appliance Company, Alvin, his friend...Read more
A long way from welcome
Cities scare Maggie McGilligan, so does change. But Welcome is Maggie's town, her own beloved small-town, USA. Maggie realizes that some change is inevitable now that her widowed mother, Mara, is about to marry Bartholomew Britt, a rugged carpenter from the Yukon. But when Mara and Bartholomew...Read more
Crazy Legs McBain
Hal McBain has always been the underdog. Growing up in the shadow of his cousin, star-athlete Lance McCabe, Hal and his widowed mother scraped along with the little they had—with occasional, grudging help from his wealthy uncle. Hal enters Buell College with a warning from that same uncle echoing...Read more