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Seven Days of Us by Francesca Hornak

Seven Days of Us is a novel that follows the Birch family during their seven day quarantine when the eldest daughter, Olivia, comes home from treating Haag patients in Liberia. Along with their younger daughter, Phoebe, and surprise visit from Mr. Birch’s son, whom he didn’t know about until recently, the Birch family find themselves learning more than they bargained for during the holiday!

The Great Alone by Kristin Hannah

Thirteen-year-old Lenora (Leni) Allbright has never really had a place she can call home. Her father, Ernt Allbright, a Vietnam POW, is always convinced that the next place they move to will return him to the man he was before the war changed him. After losing yet another job, he makes an impulsive decision to move his family to Alaska, despite Leni and her mother's reluctance to leave behind everything they know to venture into America's last true frontier.

Ironfoot by Dave Duncan

Ironfoot is the first book in the Enchanter General series by Dave Duncan. It takes place in 12th century Norman-ruled England, an especially bad time to be a a poor, crippled, Saxon youth. But such is the lot of our hero, Durwin, nicknamed Ironfoot for the metal boot he wears to support an injured leg. By chance, his cleverness and competency with horses earns him a place as a student at a university which teaches the art of magic along with the sciences. When catastrophe befalls a professor’s noble family, Durwin is called upon to accompany him home.