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Charles E. Carryl

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(1841 - 1920)

Charles E. Carryl

Charles Edward Carryl (December 30, 1841 – July 3, 1920) was an American children’s literature author.



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The Admiral’s Caravan (1892)

A young girl named Dorothy takes a journey with three wooden statues who come alive on Christmas Eve.

https://archive.org/details/admiralscaravan00carriala

Author(s): Charles E. Carryl
Illustrator(s): Reginald Birch

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Best in Children’s Books Volume 19A (1967)

An assortment of stories, poems and articles, some of which have new illustrations. In this later edition, Flipper to the Rescue substitutes for Rip Van Winkle.

Author(s): Margery Williams Bianco
Charles E. Carryl
Eleanor Estes
Helen Dean Fish
Frances Clarke Sayers
Et al
Illustrator(s): Paul Galdone
Robin Jacques
Grace Paull
Peter Spier
Et al

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The Camel’s Lament (2004)

A comic poem in which the camel bewails its lot.

Author(s): Charles E. Carryl
Illustrator(s): Charles Santore

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A Capital Ship or the Walloping Window-Blind (1963)

Nonsense verse on a nautical theme.

Author(s): Charles E. Carryl
Illustrator(s): Paul Galdone

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Davy and the Goblin (1988)

The Goblin takes Davy on a believing voyage.

Author(s): Charles E. Carryl
Illustrator(s): Greg Hildebrandt

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Davy and the Goblin or What Followed Reading “Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland” (1885)

A goblin takes Davy on a believing voyage.

https://archive.org/details/davygoblinorwhat00carr

https://archive.org/details/davythegoblinorw00carriala

Author(s): Charles E. Carryl
Illustrator(s): E. B. Bensell

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The River Syndicate and Other Stories (1899)

Seven detective stories by the master of comic verse.

https://hdl.handle.net/2027/njp.32101065102566

Author(s): Charles E. Carryl
Illustrator(s): Harry C. Edwards

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The Walloping Window-Blind (1992)

A rollicking nonsensical sea shanty.

Author(s): Charles E. Carryl
Illustrator(s): Ted Rand

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The Walloping Window-Blind (1994)

A rollicking, nonsensical sea shanty.

Author(s): Charles E. Carryl
Illustrator(s): Jim LaMarche

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