From the imagination of Anne Dublin come two novels for young people, exploring incredible moments in history.
The Baby Experiment
In the early 18th century in Hamburg, Germany, Johanna gets a job as a caregiver at an orphanage. Until it's too late, she doesn't realize a secret experiment is taking place that results in the deaths of babies. Johanna decides to kidnap one of the orphanage's babies and escape with her to Amsterdam.
Jonah Wiley is having a hard enough time adjusting to his parents' divorce, and when his mom goes to a conference — leaving him with his dad and stepmother — it only makes things worse. Now thanks to a strange pocket watch he and his stepbrother are trapped in time, racing to overcome tough challenges in order to get home.
Anne Dublin is an award-winning author of historical fiction and biographies for young people. Her books have won the IODE Violet Downey Book Award and the Canadian Jewish Book Award, and she was a finalist for the U.S. National Jewish Book Award. She lives in Toronto.