Napoleon Bonaparte

Napoleon Bonaparte was a man who had great vision and an inate understanding of how to conduct a succsessful military campaign. In a remarkably short period of time he had much of Europe under his control and his policies would have a profound effect many countries. Take a look at these fiction and non-fiction titles to learn more about this unique man.
The Midshipman Quinn Collection

The Midshipman Quinn Collection

Showell Styles
Historical Fiction
For ages 12 and up
Bethlehem Books, 1999   ISBN: 978-1883937454
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Trafalgar: James Grant, HMS Norseman 1799-1806

Trafalgar: James Grant, HMS Norseman 1799-1806

Bryan Perrett
Historical Fiction  Series
For ages 12 and up
Scholastic Children’s Books UK, 2002   ISBN: 978-0439994217
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An Innocent Soldier

An Innocent Soldier

Josef Holub
Historical Fiction
For ages 14 and up
Scholastic, 2005   ISBN: 978-0439627719
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Peter Raven Under Fire

Peter Raven Under Fire

Michael Molloy
Historical Fiction
For ages 12 and up
Scholastic, 2005   ISBN: 978-0439724548
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Napoleon and Josephine: Paper Dolls

Napoleon and Josephine: Paper Dolls

Tom Tierney
Novelty Book
For ages 5 to and up
Dover, 2004   ISBN: 978-0486433462
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Gracie and the Emperor

Gracie and the Emperor

Errol Broome
Historical Fiction
For ages 12 and up
Annick Press, 2005   ISBN: 978-1550378900
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Betsy and the Emperor

Betsy and the Emperor

Staton Rabin
Historical Fiction
For ages 10 and up
Simon and Schuster, 2004   ISBN: 978-0689858802
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Waterloo: Bob Jenkins Royal Horse Artillery 1814-1817

Waterloo: Bob Jenkins Royal Horse Artillery 1814-1817

Bryan Perrett
Historical Fiction  Series
For ages 12 and up
Scholastic UK, 2003   ISBN: 978-0439978170
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