These are series of historical fiction books that take place in different time periods. I haven’t included books that were just written in earlier time periods (for instance, a book that takes place in the 1950s but was written in the 1950s wouldn’t count).
This series of picture books presents life in different historical periods from the point of view of children living in those periods. By Richard Platt.
A granddaughter passes on stories that her grandmother told her about growing up on a farm in Michigan during the 1800s. The stories often have a Christian moral. By Arleta Richardson.
This is a non-fiction series of picture books about aspects of daily life in America during the 18th and 19th centuries.
A Jewish family flees Germany to escape World War II and struggles to establish themselves in America. The stories cover the changes in their lives and how the daughters of the family deal with growing up in a new country. By Sonia Levitin.
Kate Waters is the author of a series focusing on historical reenactors, showing them acting out the lives of real children who lived in Colonial America.
A historical mystery series with Christian themes that takes place in turn-of-the-century South Carolina. Amanda Shaw is an orphan with a mysterious past but who finds a new life with relatives she had never met. By Lois Gladys Leppard.
The adopted son of a famous judge helps him to solve mysteries in feudal Japan. Not a series for young children! By Dorothy and Thomas Hoobler.
These stories are about the author’s experiences growing up in a small town in Vermont during the 1920s and the escapades he had with his best friend, Soup. By Robert Newton Peck.