(1903 - 1975)
Louis Slobodkin (February 19, 1903 – May 1975) was an American sculptor, writer, and illustrator of numerous children’s books.
A collection of stories and poems about adventure for older children.
Stephen W. Meader
The Adventures of Arab (1946)
Arab is a merry-go-round horse who seeks his freedom. He and a coach horse strike a bargain and trade places and what happens next is rather unusual.
The Adventures of Tom Sawyer (1946)
In the 1840s a mischievous boy named Tom Sawyer lives with his Aunt Polly and his half-brother Sid, in the Mississippi River town of St. Petersburg, Missouri.
Tales, true, legendary and fairy about the Moorish palace in Granada.
The Amiable Giant (1955)
When the Amiable Giant comes to visit, Gwendolyn is the only one who can hear what he says. Everyone else is too frightened, except the wicked Wizard, who is deaf.
The Beautiful Culpeppers (1963)
One day Debby’s father cuts her a family of paper dolls, and a house for them to live in.
Bixxy and the Secret Message (1949)
When Bixxy the carrier pigeon gets lost, the cub scouts come to his assistance.
Children Everywhere (1958)
A collection of stories and poems about children around the world for older readers.
The Children’s Hour Volume 2 (1953)
An anthology of fairy tales, old and new.
Dorothy P. Lathrop
Marie A. Lawson
Henry C. Pitz
Ernest H. Shepard
Circus April 1st (1953)
Bo the elephant gets separated from the Barton and Carlin Circus, but manages to find his way back in time for the grand entrance parade.
Clean Clarence (1959)
Clarence is not piggish, but after a time he wearies of his television show and just wants to be a pig.
Michael’s train starts in the living room, and brings you back home again.
Colette and the Princess (1965)
Colette and her kitten Chou Chou save the people of Grasse from the caprice of the Princess Pauline.
The Cowboy Twins (1960)
The Cowboy twins set out for their ranch in Oklahoma.
Dinny and Danny (1951)
The adventures of Danny and his pet dinosaur, Dinny.
Evie and Cookie (1957)
The further adventures of Evie and her pet, Cookie, the wonderful kangaroo, including the story of the great kangaroo garden party.
Evie’s pet kangaroo is named Cookie. She is very neat and polite.
Excuse Me! Certainly! (1959)
Willie finds that politeness is important.
The First Book of Drawing (1958)
A primer for the budding artist on drawing.