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Dorothy Kunhardt

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(1901 - 1979)

Dorothy Kunhardt

Dorothy Kunhardt (September 29, 1901 – December 23, 1979) was an American children’s-book author, best known for the baby book Pat the Bunny. She was also a historian and writer about the life of U.S. President Abraham Lincoln.



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April Fool! (1949)

Little Raymond Frog plays an April Fool’s Day joke on his father. But two can play that game.

Author(s): Dorothy Kunhardt
Illustrator(s): Garth Williams

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The Baby Camel and His Naughty Father (1948)

The camel driver picked up the baby camel in his arms. “We’ll give you a ride,” he said. “You’re too little to walk...”

Author(s): Dorothy Kunhardt
Illustrator(s): Garth Williams

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The Baby Hippopotamus’s Adventure (1948)

A mother hippopotamus and her baby stood on the high river bank, looking down at the water ...

Author(s): Dorothy Kunhardt
Illustrator(s): Garth Williams

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Billy the Barber (1961)

Billy the Barber is just finishing his last day as a barber before he retires. Then he receives a present from his grateful customers. Does he really have to retire?

Author(s): Dorothy Kunhardt
Illustrator(s): William Pène du Bois

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The Brave Father Gorilla (1948)

This is one of the Tiny Animal Stories boxed set and tells about the gorilla family.

Author(s): Dorothy Kunhardt
Illustrator(s): Garth Williams

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The Cowboy Kitten (1949)

Theodore kitten pays a visit to his grandmother, but grandfather really understands him.

Author(s): Dorothy Kunhardt
Illustrator(s): Garth Williams

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The Easter Bunny (1949)

Thomas rabbit collects Easter eggs.

Author(s): Dorothy Kunhardt
Illustrator(s): Garth Williams

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Happy Valentine (1949)

William delivers valentines to all his friends, and when he gets home, his mailbox is full.

Author(s): Dorothy Kunhardt
Illustrator(s): Garth Williams

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Hop, Hop Little Kangaroo (1948)

A little kangaroo learns to hop like its father and mother, without letting its tail touch the ground.

Author(s): Dorothy Kunhardt
Illustrator(s): Garth Williams

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The Little Leopard and His Fat Stomach (1948)

The father leopard gets his nose slapped by the porcupine’s tail, but the little leopard finds a nice bone, with the meat still on it.

Author(s): Dorothy Kunhardt
Illustrator(s): Garth Williams

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Little Squirrel’s Santa Claus (1949)

Alfred Squirrel leaves Santa a treat, and Santa leaves him his own Santa hat.

Author(s): Dorothy Kunhardt
Illustrator(s): Garth Williams

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Look Out, Baby Bears, Here He Comes! (1948)

The mother and father bears are just resting from their long winter sleep, but the twin baby bears want to play.

Author(s): Dorothy Kunhardt
Illustrator(s): Garth Williams

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Lucky Mrs. Ticklefeather and Other Funny Stories (1973)

A collection of animal stories, which includes several from the Tiny Golden Library series.

Author(s): Dorothy Kunhardt
Illustrator(s): J. P. Miller
Garth Williams

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“Meow,” Said the Fierce Baby Lion (1948)

The baby lion gets ready to practice his hunting skills.

Author(s): Dorothy Kunhardt
Illustrator(s): Garth Williams

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Mrs. Sheep’s Little Lamb (1949)

Little Rose is helping her mother shop at the grocery store when she gets lost.

Author(s): Dorothy Kunhardt
Illustrator(s): Garth Williams

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The Naughty Little Guest (1949)

Margaret’s invisible friend Estelle is being very naughty today.

Author(s): Dorothy Kunhardt
Illustrator(s): Garth Williams

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Once There Was a Little Boy (1946)

The author’s imagination appears to have run away with her, but the pictures are well done.

Author(s): Dorothy Kunhardt
Illustrator(s): Helen Sewell

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Poor Frightened Mr. Pig (1949)

Robert dresses up as a witch for Halloween and scares his father - but what is that in the kitchen?

Author(s): Dorothy Kunhardt
Illustrator(s): Garth Williams

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Roger Mouse’s Wish (1949)

Roger Mouse likes to play Indian, and now he has his own Indian outfit!

Author(s): Dorothy Kunhardt
Illustrator(s): Garth Williams

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Shame on You, Baby Whale! (1948)

The baby whale gets a jellyfish stuck in his throat.

Author(s): Dorothy Kunhardt
Illustrator(s): Garth Williams

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