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The Time Garden (1958)
While spending the summer in a house by the sea, four cousins, Roger, Ann, Eliza, and Jack, discover a bank of wild thyme whose magic propels them on a series of adventures back and forth through time.
The Tough Winter (1954)
The hard winter that Uncle Analdas, the old rabbit, prophesies comes to pass in more ways than one for Little Georgie and the other animals of Rabbit Hill when the Folks go away and leave a neglectful caretaker with a mean dog in charge. This is the story of how they ‘fought the winter through.’
The Fabulous Flight (1949)
Peter Peabody Pepperell, who has shrunk to a tiny size, takes off on an adventure on the back of his seagull friend Gus.
The Great Wheel (1957)
Eighteen-year-old Conn leaves Ireland and sails to America, where he helps build the first Ferris wheel for the World’s Columbian Exposition of 1893.
Autumn Term (1948)
Twins Nicola and Lawrie Marlow join their four older sisters at Kingscote School.
This is the first volume in the reprinting of the complete Little Orphan Annie comic strip and includes the daily strips from 1924-1927 as well as a few atypical Sunday strips that advance the plot.
Stories of a little Italian village in the valley of the Po where the priest Don Camillo battles the communist mayor Peppone.
Dinah and Dorinda determine to be naughty while their father is away.
Betsy - Tacy (1940)
Five year old Betsy is delighted when red-headed Tacy moves in across the street and soon the two girls are inseparable.
Horton Hatches the Egg (1940)
When Mazie asks Horton to keep her egg warm, he did not expect that she wasn’t coming back.
The Kingdom of Carbonel (1960)
When Carbonel must make his visitation to the Great Cat King, he leaves his two royal kittens under the protection of Rosemary and John who have almost more than they can manage to keep them safe.
The story of Jonah is told on fold-out pages, with a diorama at the back of the box.
Peacock Pie a Book of Rhymes (1946)
A collection of poems.
Twelve traditional English tales, including Jack the Giant-Killer, Henny-Penny, and The Story of the Three Bears.
The Umbrella (2004)
While Carlos is searching for the Quetzal bird in the cloud forest, his umbrella is having an adventure of its own.
The Moffats (1941)
The Moffats live on New Dollar Street with their widowed mother who is a seamstress.
Excuse Me! Certainly! (1959)
Willie finds that politeness is important.
The Two Towers (1999)
In volume two of the Lord of the Rings, the fellowship is sundered. Frodo, Sam and Gollum to Mordor, Merry and Pippin to Isengard and Aragorn, Legolas and Gimli to Rohan.
The Hobbit (1981)
Having been retained as a burglar by a group of dwarves, Bilbo Baggins sets out one fine spring day for the Lonely Mountain.