(1905 - 1991)
Margery Sharp (25 January 1905 – 14 March 1991), was an English writer of 26 novels for adults, 14 children’s novels, 4 plays, 2 mysteries, and numerous short stories. Her most famous work is The Rescuers series about a mouse named Miss Bianca, which was later adapted in two animated feature films, The Rescuers and The Rescuers Down Under by Disney.
Bernard into Battle (1978)
Miss Bianca’s faithful lieutenant, Bernard, directs a hazardous operation that repulses the army of rats infesting the regions under the Ambassador’s cellar.
Bernard the Brave (1977)
Bernard, secretary of the Mouse Prisoner’s Aid Society, and his teddy bear Algernon attempt to rescue an orphan heiress who was kidnapped by her guardian.
An anthology of drink, with a dust jacket by Ardizzone.
Miss Bianca: a Fantasy (1962)
Miss Bianca and Bernard, representatives of the Mouse Prisoners Aid Society, set out to rescue a little girl from an evil Duchess.
When a young bridesmaid disappears inside the Ambassador’s residence, the MPAS springs into action.
Miss Bianca in the Antarctic (1971)
The Poet has been trapped in an ice cave in the Antarctic and Miss Bianca, Bernard and Nils once again come to his aid.
Miss Bianca in the Orient (1970)
When a young page at the court of the Ranee of the Orient is sentenced to death, the Mouse Prisoners’ Aid society sends it most accomplished operatives to the rescue - Miss Bianca and Bernard.
Miss Bianca and Bernard, intrepid leaders of the Mouse Prisoners’ Aid Society, are tasked with rescuing Teddy-age-eight from the salt mines.
The Rescuers: A Fantasy (1959)
In this, the first adventure of the Mouse Prisoners’ Aid Society, Miss Bianca and Bernard are joined by the Norwegian mouse, Nils, in the rescue of a poet from the Black Castle.