- Twice Queen of France: Anne of Brittany
- Through sieges, wars, political upheaval, and personal tragedy, the beloved little duchess, only woman to marry two French kings, triumphed. Vivid description of a glorious era." --Junior Literary Guild"The life of Anne of Brittany is traced in detail against a vivid background of court life during the Renaissance.
- The Story of Britain from the Norman Conquest to the European Union
- After an introduction that opens with the Roman invasion of Britain and speeds through the next 11 centuries, this hefty volume officially begins with the Norman Conquest and provides a chronological history of England and, to a lesser extent, Ireland, Scotland, and Wales. The writing is mainly factual, but its short chapters take a narrative approach and include some quotes that are apparently invented; no sources are given at all.
- The Art of the Renaissance
- Gr 5-7--An engaging and intelligent treatment of a seemingly overwhelming subject to tackle in so brief a book. It covers 30 topics relevant to the era, such as individual artists (Masaccio and Titian), towns (Milan and Rome), and techniques (oil painting and wood sculpture). Most of them are discussed on double-page spreads, while others are given only one page of coverage.