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Emma Woodhouse, handsome, clever and rich, fancies her self a match-maker, but after her first effort, she can’t seem to do anything right.
The Sea is All Around (1940)
Mab has been living with her aunt Sarah in Iowa. Now she is going to live with Aunt Belinda on Nantucket Island.
Asterix the Gaul (1969)
The year is 50 BC, and all of Gaul is occupied except for one small village. How much longer can Asterix, Obelix and their friends resist the Roman Empire?
The triplets are wearing their new dotted dresses when they meet Aunt Helma and end up helping her with the chores, but the new dresses need washing when they get home.
The Wolf and the Kids (1953)
Two stories starring goats who triumph over a troll and a wicked wolf.
Two Norwegian folk tales in which the goats outwit the trolls and the wolves.
Horton Hears a Who! (1954)
A person’s a person, no matter how small.
Gentle Julia (1922)
Julia Atwater’s large family connection, and especially her niece Florence, takes an intense interest in her social life. Read online at archive.org.
Seven Sunflower Seeds (1969)
The Callendars investigate the strange effects of Vita-Mix breakfast cereal on race horses. And what does Edward Lear have to do with it?
Tim’s Last Voyage (1972)
In the tenth and last of Tim’s adventures he and Ginger end up in classic form wrecked on the Goodwin Sands.
When the Brown children misbehave, Nurse Matilda decides it is time to send them all to the hospital.
The Three-Seated Space Ship (1962)
Marty the Martinean is back for another visit with his friend Eddie and they are off to London, with Eddie’s grandmother along for the ride.
The Polka-Dot Goat (1964)
Sham Babu discovers his little pet goat will dance to the tunes of his pipes.
Mr. Papadilly and Willy (1964)
Mr. Papadilly and Willy try to retire from the circus but can’t stay away from it.
The Secret Garden (1986)
Mary is orphaned and sent home from India to her uncle’s estate. When she discovers Colin, their two tempers flare until they discover the garden and work with Dickon to bring it back to life.
Greylock and the Robins (1946)
Greylock has his eye on Robin Junior as a mid-morning snack, but Mrs. Robin is a match for him. This is one of Robert Lawson’s few books in color. The trade edition repeats the dust jacket on the cover. The Junior Literary Guild has a library binding.
Matilda comes to a bad end.
Porko Von Popbutton (1969)
Pat O’Sullivan Pinkerton is appointed manager of the hockey team but what he really wants is to play goalie and “Beat the Queen!”
Eloise’s Christmas Trinkles (2007)
This shorter book was adapted from Eloise’s adventures at Christmastime.
This fanciful tale about a small, gentlemanly rabbit and his sea-voyage adventures ambles along, somewhat sleepily at times, but the animal characters encountered on the way are enchanting creations. It was a wonderful day for Mr. Pink when, after being shipwrecked on an island, he finds a chest full of treasure. In spite of the warnings of an amused old turtle, Benjamin is determined to bring back his treasure to his village and do Good Works. A strange sojourn on an island of some happy-go-lucky monkeys and a failure to convince that wily old politician, Mayor Tom Cat, and his cronies that he has the treasure, turns Benjamin’s mind to the simpler pleasures.