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Caddie Woodlawn (1935)
Pioneer adventures of a girl growing up in northern Wisconsin.
Mr. Bass’s Planetoid (1958)
David and Chuck are off in their spaceship to rescue the world from the Brumblitron.
Autumn Term (1948)
Twins Nicola and Lawrie Marlow join their four older sisters at Kingscote School.
Millions of Cats (1928)
An elderly couple realize they are very lonely. The wife wants a cat, so her husband sets off in search of one. Each seems lovely, so he walks back home with millions of cats following him.
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.
Mopsa the Fairy (1927)
Jack crawls into a fairy’s nest and is soon off on a fantastic journey.
The Sea is Blue (1946)
The story of Tim and Cissy, growing up on Nantucket and the rainbows they shared.
A close look at how cathedrals were built.
The Pushcart War (1964)
The pushcart vendors of New York take on the giant delivery trucks for control of the streets.
A collection of familiar nursery rhymes and songs with music.
The Jolly Christmas Postman (1991)
The Jolly Postman is back, delivering Christmas greetings.
Baby Sleeps (1998)
A book about babies for babies. Taken from the popular Baby’s Catalog.
Michael’s train starts in the living room, and brings you back home again.
The Tyger Voyage (1976)
Two tiger brothers set out on a voyage around the world and have many adventures before they come home again.
Peter Spier’s Circus! (1992)
The Circus is coming to town!
The Bunny Book (1955)
What will Bunny be when he grows up?
Mr. Revere and I (1953)
The story of Paul Revere’s ride is told by his horse, Scheherazade.
Some little-known facts are revealed that will be useful for those thinking of choosing an exotic pet.
The Mysterious Tadpole (1977)
Uncle McAllister sends Louis a tadpole from Loch Ness for his birthday -- but Alphonse is no ordinary tadpole.