(1918 - )
Joseph Krush was born May 18, 1918 in Camden, New Jersey, and raised there. As a boy he won some prizes for drawings of boats and planes.
A unicorn helps a prince marry his low born true love.
The Borrowers (1953)
The Clock family, Arrietty, Pod and Homily live under the floor in the Big House.
The Borrowers Afield (1955)
Forced to flee their home under the floor, the Clocks meet Spiller and find a new home.
The Borrowers Afloat (1959)
The Clock family of Borrowers is on the move again, in search of a permanent home, this time traveling by water.
The Borrowers Aloft (1961)
Kidnapped from their home in Little Fordham, the Clocks, Arrietty, Pod and Homily must find a way to escape their prison.
Kidnapped from their home at Little Fordham, the Clocks must find away to escape their prison.
Poor Stainless does not return from his errand and his family fears the worst.
The Borrowers Avenged (1982)
Settled in at the rectory in Little Fordham, the Clock family, Arrietty, Pod and Homily have not seen the last of their kidnappers.
This collection includes fables, folk tales, and fairy tales.
Walter R. Brooks
William Pène du Bois
A. A. Milne
Ruth Chrisman Gannett
Ernest H. Shepard
Nora S. Unwin
All four of the original Borrowers books are included in this collection.
These entries in the Botts saga take him from 1932 to 1947.
Gone-Away Lake (1957)
Portia and her cousin Julian discover an abandoned summer colony on the shores of a gone-away lake.
Hello, Mr. Henderson (1949)
Alexander Botts’ boss, Mr. Henderson has enough troubles of his own keeping Earthworm tractor buyers happy.
A collection of poems which tell a story.
Open Doors (1957)
A reading comprehension book for the primary grades.
Poor Stainless (1966)
When Stainless does not return from his errand, his family fears the worst.
Poor Stainless (1971)
When young Stainless does not return from his errand his family fears the worst.
This is the revised version.