(1889 - 1973)
Elmer Stanley Hader (September 7, 1889 - September 7, 1973) and his wife Berta jointly illustrated more than 70 children’s books, about half of which they also wrote. They won the annual Caldecott Medal for The Big Snow (1948), recognizing the year’s “most distinguished American picture book for children”.
A biography of the rough rider president.
Baby Bear (1930)
Bimba the baby bear wanders off in search of honey, but finds a hungry tiger instead.
Kentucky ballads, many with music.
Banana Tree House (1938)
A story of children living in Bermuda.
An artistic biography of two prominent children’s book authors and illustrators.
A collection of Mother Goose rhymes, songs, games and lullabies, many with music.
A collection of Mother Goose rhymes, songs, games and lullabies, many with music. The plates were redone for this third edition.
A picture geography of the forty-eight states.
Big City (1947)
The story of life in New York City as it grows from an Indian settlement.
Big Fellow at Work (1930)
The story of a power shovel, from its construction to its days of digging holes and loading coal.
The Big Snow (1948)
The woodland animals were all getting ready for the winter. Geese flew south, rabbits and deer grew thick warm coats, and the raccoons and chipmunks lay down for a long winter nap. It was a sure sign that the big snow was on its way. The authors feature in this winter story.
The little goat is rescued from the butcher’s shop and becomes a familiar pet on the top of Telegraph Hill in San Francisco.
Bingo is My Name (1931)
Bingo is a dog who makes friends with Prince (a Pomeranian) and defends him from the local bully.
Bright Avenues (1928)
Nineteen year old Christine comes to San Francisco to seek her fortune during the roaring 20’s.
The Cat and the Kitten (1940)
Minnie’s kittens find homes with nearby families, but Timmy stays with her and has a winter adventure.
A book on an elusive topic by a radio and TV personality, better know for her cookbooks.
The familiar story of Chicken-Little’s mission to tell the king the sky is falling, along with the story of how the cock got on the weather vane.
The familiar story of Chicken-Little’s mission to tell the King the sky is falling, along with the story of how the cock got on the weather vane.
An anthology of animal stories.