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White Christmas (2010)

An illustrated version of Irving Berlin’s masterpiece. The sheet music is included.

Author: Irving Berlin
Illustrator: Michael Hague

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The White Company (1922)

Alleyne Edricson joins The White Company of English mercenaries and serves as squire to Sir Nigel Loring during their campaigns in France and Spain under the Black Prince.

Author: Sir Arthur Conan Doyle
Illustrator: N. C. Wyeth

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White Fang (2000)

A classic story of a half-dog half-wolf who is brutalized by a bad master during the Klondike gold rush, but finally finds a man he can love.

Author: Jack London
Illustrator: Ed Young

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The White Feather (1907)

Sheen funks it when faced with fighting a townee and Wrykyn shuns him. He takes tuition and wins his class at Aldershot.

Author: P. G. Wodehouse
Illustrator: William Townend

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The White Stag (1937)

The legendary tale of the migration of the Huns and Magyars from the east to Hungary.

1938

Author: Kate Seredy
Illustrator: Kate Seredy

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Whiteblack the Penguin Sees the World (2000)

A little penguin goes in search of stories - and comes home with fish.

Author: Margret Rey
Illustrator: H. A. Rey

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Who Rides in the Dark? (1937)

Daniel Drew is heading west to seek his fortune when he gets caught up in the search for a gang of highway men.

Author: Stephen W. Meader
Illustrator: James MacDonald

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Who’s that Knocking on Christmas Eve? (2002)

A boy from Finnmark and his ice bear help Kyri rout the trolls when they come to spoil the Christmas dinner.

Author: Jan Brett
Illustrator: Jan Brett

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Who’s Upside Down? (1952)

A kangaroo in Australia does not like the thought that she is upside down.

Author: Crockett Johnson
Illustrator: Crockett Johnson

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Why the Little Elephant Got Spanked (1948)

The little elephant goes off to see what his father is doing and his mother starts to worry.

Author: Dorothy Kunhardt
Illustrator: Garth Williams

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The Wicked Witch of Oz (1993)

Singra, the wicked witch of the South, wakes from a hundred year nap and immediately sets out to conquer Oz. Only Dorothy and Percy the giant white rat stand in her way.

Author: Rachel Cosgrove Payes
Illustrator: Eric Shanower

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Wiggins for President (1939)

The Bean farm animals found the first animal republic and Mrs. Wiggins runs for president. In the meantime Freddy is founding the First Animal Bank of Centerboro. Later published as Freddy the Politician.

Author: Walter R. Brooks
Illustrator: Kurt Wiese

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The Wild Angel (1957)

Hubert and Jane are sent to stay with Grandfather and go to school - for cause - and they give it.

Author: E. C. Spykman
Illustrator: Charles Geer

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Wild Animals I Have Known (1898)

Eight animal histories taken from life. The author’s purpose was to attempt to persuade the reader that wild things are worth preserving. Read for free online at Internet Archive.

Author: Ernest Seton Thompson
Illustrator: Grace Gallatin Seton Thompson
Ernest Seton Thompson

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The Wild Christmas Reindeer (1990)

Santa asks Teeka the elf to help the eight reindeer get ready to pull his sleigh on Christmas Eve.

Author: Jan Brett
Illustrator: Jan Brett

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Wild Pony Island (1959)

When Rick Landon comes to the attention of the law. his mother decides to move the family back to her home town - Ocracoke Island.

Author: Stephen W. Meader
Illustrator: Charles Beck

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Will Spring Be Early? or Will Spring Be Late? (1959)

It is the second of February and the groundhog is on his way to tell the animals when spring will arrive.

Author: Crockett Johnson
Illustrator: Crockett Johnson

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The Will to Win (1936)

A collection of short stories by a master, many of which have to do with high school sports.

Author: Stephen W. Meader
Illustrator: John Gincano

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The Willow Whistle (1931)

Mary Anne’s father opens a general store on the prairie. Her friend Eric teaches her to make willow whistles.

Author: Cornelia Meigs
Illustrator: E. Boyd Smith

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The Wind in the Willows (1980)

Setting out one spring morning, mole discovers the river, the water rat, toad and badger.

Author: Kenneth Grahame
Illustrator: Michael Hague

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