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European Countries – Fiction

Fiction which take place in specific European nations:
Akrotiri ; Albania ; Andorra ; Austria ; Belarus ; Belgium ; Bosnia and Herzegovina ; Bulgaria ; Croatia ; Cyprus ; Czech Republic ; Denmark ; Dhekelia ; Estonia ; Faroe Islands ; Finland ; France ; Germany ; Gibraltar ; Greece ; Guernsey ; Holy See (Vatican City) ; Hungary ; Iceland ; Ireland ; Isle of Man ; Italy ; Jan Mayen ; Jersey ; Kosovo ; Latvia ; Liechtenstein ; Lithuania ; Luxembourg ; Macedonia ; Malta ; Moldova ; Monaco ; Montenegro ; Netherlands ; Norway ; Poland ; Portugal ; Romania ; San Marino ; Serbia ; Slovakia ; Slovenia ; Spain ; Svalbard ; Sweden ; Switzerland ; Ukraine ; United Kingdom

AUSTRIA

Stolen Words by Amy Goldman Koss (American Girl, 2001)
In her diary, eleven-year-old Robyn describes her family’s visit to Austria, from the disastrous theft of their luggage to adventures in the countryside, while she tries to recover from the death of her Aunt Beth.

BELGIUM

Brothers by Bart Moenaert (Front Street, 2005)
Relates the daily adventures and misadventures of seven brothers living in Belgium, told through the eyes of the youngest, who is seven years old.

What About Anna? by Jan Simoen (Walker, 2002)
In Belgium in 1999, upon learning that her brother who was reported killed by a landmine in Bosnia may still be alive, sixteen-year-old Anna resents that she is the only one strong enough to try to uncover the truth.

BULGARIA

FRANCE

GERMANY

ITALY

IRELAND

UNITED KINGDOM

 

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NOTE: Red numbers denote how many holdings are noted in reQuest. An asterisk means that the book is available at the State Library Service Centers.

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