(1900 - 1979)
Edward Jeffrey Irving Ardizzone, CBE, RA (16 October 1900 – 8 November 1979) was an English artist, writer and illustrator, chiefly of children’s books.
For Tim All Alone (Oxford, 1956), which he wrote and illustrated, Ardizzone won the inaugural Kate Greenaway Medal from the Library Association, recognising the year’s best children’s book illustration by a British subject. For the 50th anniversary of the Medal (1955–2005) it was named one of the top ten winning works, selected by a panel to compose the ballot for a public election of the all-time favourite.
An anthology for the holidays published in aid of the Children’s Country Holiday Fund.
Set along the Mississippi River, this book traces the adventures of Huckleberry Finn and Jim, a fugitive slave. The Great American Novel.
An orphan, raised in the work house runs away and makes his way to London to seek his fortune. This is the World’s Classics edition #8 of the series. Dust jacket is by Ardizzone.
Roderick and his friend Hugh Strap are pressed into the British Navy and serve on a warship and a privateer. This World’s Classics edition, #353, has a dust jacket by Ardizzone.
The Adventures of Tim (1985)
Six stories of Tim, a small boy who lived in a house by the sea. Includes Tim and Ginger, Tim and Charlotte, Tim’s Friend Towser, Tim to the Lighthouse, Tim in Danger and Tim all Alone.
The Adventures of Tom Sawyer (1961)
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.
All in the Downs (1934)
A naval novel of the days of Pitt and Pompadour. A ship carrying passengers joins a convoy during the French War. Dust jacket by Ardizzone shows a nautical scene.
The Alley (1964)
Connie and her friend Billy investigate a mystery in their neighborhood.
The Angel and the Donkey (1969)
The story of Balaam’s ass.
Ann at Highwood Hall (1966)
A collection of poems by a noted British author.
Arcadian Ballads (1977)
A collection of poems based on Ovid’s Metamorphoses.
Twelve traditional English tales, including Jack the Giant-Killer, Henny-Penny, and The Story of the Three Bears.
Ardizzone’s Hans Andersen (1978)
Fourteen of the Danish master’s familiar tales.
Ardizzone’s Kilvert (1976)
Extracts from the diary of an English clergyman in the nineteenth century. He died at the age of thirty-nine in 1879.
As If She Were Mine (1962)
The author’s first novel.
Back to the Local (1949)
A collection of essays on the changes in the pub scene wrought by the Second World War.
Baggage to the Enemy (1941)
An account of the war artist’s escape during the debacle of June 1940.
Barchester Towers (1953)
When the bishopric of Barchester falls to an outsider, the set ways of the cathedral close are all upset. This edition is in two volumes. Volume Two contains 279 pages.
Barchester Towers (1980)
When the bishopric of Barchester falls to an outsider, the set ways of the cathedral close are all upset. This World’s Classics edition is in one volume. The number of illustrations has been reduced.
The Battle Lost and Won (1978)
A novel set in Egypt at the time of the Battle of El Alamein sports a dust jacket by Ardizzone. This is volume two of The Levant Trilogy.
The Battle of France (1940)
An account of the BEF in France, ending with the Thirty Days War in June 1940.
The Blackbird in the Lilac (1952)
A collection of poems for children.
Blow for a Landing (1948)
A novel set on the Mississippi river. Dust jacket is by Ardizzone.
Dust jacket by Ardizzone. A moving picture of childhood.
Short biographies of the youths of twelve composers from Handel to Ralph Vaughan Williams.
Short biographies of the youth of composers, including Handel, Mozart, Schubert, Mendelssohn, Grieg and Elgar.
Short biographies covering the youth of famous composers. This volume includes Bach, Beethoven, Chopin, Verdi, Tchaikovsky and Vaughan Williams.
Brief to Counsel (1958)
A look at the practice of law in Great Britain.
Bull and Brass (1958)
Dust jacket by Ardizzone. A tale of five years at the War Office - after the war.
Castles of Sand (1989)
A third grade reader which includes a shortened version of Tim to the Rescue.
A compilation from the works of Dickens by a descendant.
Childhood, Boyhood and Youth (1957)
A series of autobiographical sketches by the great Russian novelist. This World’s Classics edition, #352, has a dust jacket by Ardizzone.
Cover by Ardizzone for a book list by the Library Association Youth Libraries Section.
A Child’s Christmas in Wales (1978)
This prose poem ranks in the best poetry of the twentieth century. It should be heard first as read by the author, then memorized with the aid of this book.
Christmas Eve (1954)
An illustrated poem to be given as a Christmas card.
A social geography of the British coastline.
A social history of London’s lower classes. Dust jacket by Ardizzone.
This omnibus edition contain Nurse Matilda, Nurse Matilda Goes to Town and Nurse Matilda Goes to Hospital.
The Comedies (1958)
The Tempest, The Taming of the Shrew, Twelfth Night, Two Gentlemen of Verona, and we have just covered the T’s. The greatest master of English in his most appealing work.
An anthology of drink, with a dust jacket by Ardizzone.
Complete Poems for Children (1973)
Complete Poems for Children (1994)
A hobbyist/collector guide. Ardizzone supplied the dust jacket illustration as a favor to a neighbor.
A young woman who grew up in an orphange writes regular letters to the man who is paying her way through college.
Diana and Her Rhinoceros (1964)
Diana befriends a sick rhinoceros and it becomes a valued pet.
Diary of a War Artist (1974)
As a combat artist in World War II, Ardizzone kept a diary and sketchbook.
Dick Whittington (1970)
“Turn again, Dick Whittington, thrice Lord Mayor of ”
A collection of familiar nursery rhymes and songs with music.
Short poetical essays on the experience of childhood.
Down in the Cellar (1961)
A band of children, a cellar, a fugitive and a hidden kingdom in a hill.
The Dragon (1966)
The King announce a reward of half his kingdom and his daughter in marriage to the slayer of a marauding dragon.
The Dram Shop (1951)
East Indiaman (1935)
Dust jacket by Ardizzone shows a dockside scene.
The Eleanor Farjeon Book (1966)
A collection of short stories published in celebration of the life and work of Eleanor Farjeon. Contains the first version of ‘Poor Stainless’ by Mary Norton.
An anthology of works by Eleanor Farjeon.
Elfrida and the Pig (1959)
Elfrida may not play with her dolls until she finishes trimming the bushes.
An English Murder (1951)
Dust jacket by Ardizzone to this classic murder mystery.
Memories of growing up with Eric Blair.
Exploits of Don Quixote (1959)
The most famous exploits of the muddle-headed Don for younger readers.
The exploits of an intrepid sailor who goes to great lengths to help an old lady.
Father Brown Stories (1959)
Tales of that intrepid detective Father Brown.
Fire-Brigade Willie (1970)
A four year old boy and a fire brigade - what could be more natural?
A large collection of songs with musical arrangements.
The author of The Sword in the Stone tells of his adventures in the west of Ireland.
A Golden Land (1958)
A wide ranging anthology of poetry and prose.
Eight drawings by Ardizzone.
Great Expectations (1939)
Young Pip finds he has a patron - but who?
Great Expectations (1959)
Young Pip acquires a patron and soon rises above his family. This is the World’s Classics edition with dust jacket by Ardizzone #128.
The Growing Summer (1966)
Four children spend the summer in the south of Ireland with a Great Aunt of the right sort.
A technical book including an article by Ardizzone.
A Handy Dickens (1941)
A potpourri of Dickens extracts.
This is the second volume of a miscellany which is devoted to domestic subjects.
Hello, Elephant (1964)
Ricky Rosebush saves his friend Elephant from the zoo.
Hey Nonny Yes (1947)
Selections from the Bard, illustrated by Ardizzone.
Orphaned Henry Esmond is brought up by his Jacobite relations, the Castlewoods.
Holiday Trench (1959)
The Maitlands and their friends decide to put a stop to cars driving on the beach.
Home from the Sea (1970)
A selection of poems by Robert Louis Stevenson for young readers.
A tale from Grimm reveals that the Moon was purchased for two pound ten and hung in an oak tree to light up the night.
The Humour of Dickens (1952)
A collection of Dickens snippets with illustrations by various hands.
Humphrey Clinker (1959)
Matthew Bramble and his family take of tour through the spas of England and Scotland and write home to their friends. This is the World’s Classics edition #290, with dust jacket by Ardizzone.
Hunting with Mr. Jorrocks (1956)
Selections from the humorous sporting novel Handley Cross.
A selection of poems for children.
I Go By Sea, I Go By Land (1964)
Two children are evacuated from England to America in World War II. Edward Ardizzone did the dust jacket for this edition.
The Illustrated J.S. Le Fanu (1988)
This anthology includes five illustrations by Ardizzone.
In a Glass Darkly (1929)
A collection of horror and mystery stories by the Irish master. The first issue is in black cloth with a larger page size.
In Search of Elsie Piddock (1967)
A reflection on a famous story by Eleanor Farjeon.
Indian Diary (1984)
The artist was sent to India by UNESCO to teach a course in silk screen printing and here records his impressions.
Intent Upon Reading (1961)
A critical appraisal of children’s books through the 1950’s. Dust jacket by Ardizzone.
Island Mackenzie (1960)
When Mackenzie is washed up on a desert island he is unaware that it is also the refuge of a cat-hating woman.
Belinda and her little sister travel their island to find a doctor to fix her doll.
Italian Peepshow (1960)
A collection of fairy tales from the Italian.
The play of Peter Pan turned into a book. The color plates from the American edition were included in later British editions.
The play of Peter Pan turned into a book. This edition has six colored plates not in the original British edition.
The James Reeves Story Book (1978)
Jim at the Corner (1958)
An old sailor sits at the corner of Derry’s street and tells the children tales.
Johnny the Clockmaker (1960)
Johnny loves to make things, but his parents think a grandfather clock is too much for him.
Johnny’s Bad Day (1970)
Johnny can’t do anything right.
A collection of stories which includes a robinsonnade.
Kali and the Golden Mirror (1967)
In order to earn money for a special gift, Kali disguises herself as a boy and goes to work for a group of archeologists.
Kidnappers at Coombe (1960)
Jane and Tim Cooper and their friends the Maitlands are off on a holiday adventure in Devonshire.
Know about English Law (1965)
A primer for the non-lawyer on the operation of English law.
The Land of Beulah (1974)
A selection from The Pilgrim’s Progress.
The Land of Green Ginger (1966)
A fantasy in the mold of the Arabian Nights Entertainment.
The Land of Green Ginger (1975)
In this revised version, the original chapter 8 has been dropped. This leaves seven fewer illustrations. The rear cover is new. This edition was re-issued by Faber and Faber in 2001.
The Land of Green Ginger (1977)
An adventure story in the mold of Arabian Nights Entertainment. This is a hardcover version of the text of the 1966 edition.
Maribelle learns about the butterflies of her native Andorra when an American woman comes to hunt them.
Letters from My Windmill (1978)
A collection of tales by the French novelist set in his native Provence.
The Library (1930)
A poetical digression on the joys of books.
An early absurdist work. This World’s Classics edition, #40, has a dust jacket by Ardizzone.
A Likely Place (1967)
Lewis’ babysitter lets him play in the park where he befriends a retired cobbler.
The Lion that Flew (1974)
Toni’s magic ring brings a stone lion to life.
The Little Bookroom (1955)
A collection of short stories and fairy tales.
The Little Fire Engine (1973)
The little fire engine is condemned to patrol the roads as a higgler’s van when it is replaced by a motorized pumper.
A little girl finds a tiny doll in the freezer case at the grocery store and rescues it.
The Little Grey Men (1962)
The last four gnomes in England live by a brook in Warwickshire. When Cloudberry does not return from an exploring expedition, the other three set out to find him. Edward Ardizzone did the cover for this paperback edition.
The Little Horse Bus (1974)
The little horse bus solves a robbery and helps Mr. Potter’s store survive.
The Little Steamroller (1974)
The little steamroller foils a gang of smugglers.
Tim runs away to sea and has many adventures before he is safe on land again.
Tim runs away to sea and has many adventures before he is safely at home again. This is the first paperback edition.
Tim runs away to sea and has many adventures before he is safe at home again. This post-war edition was completely redrawn and additional text added to make it the standard 48 page length.
The Little Train (1973)
As little engines are wont to do, the Little Train yearns for a wider scope of action and sets out for the big city.
The Local (1939)
A series of sketches of life in prewar London pubs.
London Since 1912 (1962)
A booklet describing London’s changing scene to commemorate the 50th anniversary of the London Museum.
A social history of London mid twentieth century.
Long ago when I was Young (1966)
Children’s author E. Nesbit remembers - not too accurately - her own girlhood.
Long ago when I was Young (1987)
Children’s author E. Nesbit remembers - not too accurately - her own girlhood.
The Long Sunday (1958)
Ardizzone drew the dust jacket.
The adventures of a dog and a doll.
Lucy Brown and Mr Grimes (1937)
Young Lucy is befriended by Mr. Grimes.
Lucy Brown and Mr Grimes (1970)
Lucy Brown is befriended by Mr. Grimes.
The Magic Summer (1967)
Four children spend the summer in the south of Ireland with a Great Aunt of the right sort.
Catalog of an exhibition of photographs. Cover by Ardizzone.
A collection of stories and articles centered on the Mediterranean Sea.
Merry England (1960)
A series of essays on English popular culture in the 1950’s.
The Milldale Riot (1965)
An elementary school reader.
Mimff has no fear so he runs away from home in search of it.
Mimff in Charge (1949)
Mimff’s parents adopt a little girl.
As a reward for good marks, Mimff’s father lets him go as a Robinson Crusoe on a deserted Swedish island. He suffers an attack by squirrels and is not a little thwarted by his friends.
Mimff Takes Over (1954)
Mimff and his family help a Hungarian refugee boy find his mother.
The Minnow Leads to Treasure (1958)
David and Adam spend the summer in a canoe, the Minnow, on the River Say in search of treasure.
The Minnow on the Say (1955)
David and Adam spend the summer in a canoe, The Minnow, on the River Say searching for a lost treasure.
Miranda the Great (1967)
When the barbarians invade Rome, Miranda leads the kittens to safety in the coliseum.
More Prefabulous Animiles (1975)
Poems about fantastical animals.
Mr. Beluncle (1951)
Mr. Beluncle is convinced of his own importance in this satirical novel by the noted literary critic. Dust jacket by Ardizzone.
Mr. Visconti (1969)
Henry Pulling’s “Aunt” leads him into a life of crime. A short extract from Travels with My Aunt.
Mrs. Malone (1962)
In this narrative poem, Mrs. Malone shelters the animals of the forest, and is in turn sheltered by St. Peter.
When the family goes on summer vacation, the Muffletumps come down from the attic.
My Uncle Silas (1939)
The reminiscences of a country rapscallion.
Naughty Children (1962)
An anthology of stories and excerpts about children behaving badly. This British edition has a slightly different selection than the American edition by Dutton.
Naughty Children (1963)
An anthology of stories and excerpts about children behaving badly. This American edition has a slightly different selection than the British edition by Gollancz.
The Newcomes (1954)
A vast novel of the Victorian era that centers on Colonel Thomas Newcombe, his son Clive and their relations and friends. The Limited Editions Club version is in two volumes.
Nicholas and his friend help save the train when the engineer and fireman are laid low by poisoned tea.
Nicholas and his friend save the train when the engineer and the fireman are laid low by poisoned tea.
The Night Ride (1973)
Three abandoned toys escape the dustbin and go on an exciting ride through the night to find a new home.
Not Such an Ass (1961)
Some aspects of a life at the bar.
Nurse Matilda (1964)
Mr. and Mrs. Brown’s children are so incredibly naughty that they must call in Nurse Matilda.
When the Brown children misbehave, Nurse Matilda decides it is time to send them all to the hospital.
Nurse Matilda Goes to Town (1967)
The Brown children are packed off to London and proceed to terrorize the city until Nurse Matilda takes a firm hand.
This doleful ballad tells the story of two children abandoned in the wilderness by their wicked uncle.
A collection of new fairy tales for bedtime told by the old nurse as she darns the socks.
Old Perisher (1965)
The Plymbury municipal gardener is at war with Old Perisher the Corporation Cat, until one day he disappears.
On Christmas Night (1957)
Open the Doors (1965)
An anthology of stories.
The Orange Carol Book (1962)
A collection of carols for one to four mixed voices with piano or organ accompaniment.
The Otterbury Incident (1948)
A gang of school boys sets out to raise money to replace a broken window and stumble on a gang of criminals. Adapted from the French film Nous les Gosses.
Over the Hills and Far Away (1947)
A history of vacations and vacationing.
This edition is in five volumes illustrated by contemporary British artists. Edward Ardizzone contributed to volumes two, four and five. Volume 2 includes Joshua to Esther.
This edition is in five volumes illustrated by contemporary British artists. Edward Ardizzone contributed to volumes two, four and five. Volume 4 includes Isaiah to Malachi.
This edition is in five volumes illustrated by contemporary British artists. Edward Ardizzone contributed to volumes two, four and five. Volume 5 includes Esdras to Maccabees.
Paul the Hero of the Fire (1948)
Paul runs away to join the carnival to help support his family. When a fire strikes, he leads the children to safety.
Paul the Hero of the Fire (1962)
Paul runs away and joins the carnival to earn money for his family. When a fire strikes, he leads the children to safety.
Peacock Pie a Book of Rhymes (1946)
A collection of poems.
Peacock Pie a Book of Rhymes (1953)
A collection of poems. This is a larger format than the 1946 printing.
Peacock Pie a Book of Rhymes (1969)
This is a revised and enlarged edition of a very popular collection of poems first published in 1913.
A collection of poems for children.
Persuasion is considered by many to be its author’s greatest work. Anne Elliot ‘with an elegance of mind and sweetness of character,which must have placed her high with any people of real understanding’ is burdened with a father and older sister given over to self-love and fashion.
Persuaded in the first flowering of her young womanhood to give up her engagement to a young naval commander with no prospects, she is forced now to see him rich and courting her brother-in-law’s younger sisters. This is the World’s Classics edition with a dust jacket by Ardizzone. This copy was printed in 1963.
Peter the Wanderer (1963)
Peter has a series of adventures as he tries to return a key to an old man he once met.
Pictures on the Pavement (1955)
A collection of essays on London life mid-twentieth century which first appeared in Punch.
Pigeons and Princesses (1956)
A collection of stories and fairy tales.
The Pilgrim’s Progress (1947)
An allegorical treatment of man’s quest for heaven. This cover was used on later impressions and the Everyman’s edition.
The Pilgrim’s Progress (1947)
An allegorical treatment of man’s quest for heaven.
Pinky Pye (1958)
When the Pye family sets out for a summer of bird watching the little expect to end up with two new members.
Poems of François Villon (1946)
A translation of the works of the rogue-poet of fifteenth century France.
Prefabulous Animiles (1957)
A collection of poems about fabulous animals.
Puffin Annual Number One (1974)
A collection of stories with illustrations by contemporary authors and illustrators.
Rain, Rain Don’t Go Away (1972)
A brother and sister, watching from their window, envy those who are playing in the rain.
The Red Danube (1947)
Dust jacket by Ardizzone for this novel of the British Military Government in Vienna shortly after World War II.
Rhyming Will (1967)
Young Will did not speak until he was seven - and then everything that came out of his mouth was in rhyme.
It’s 1944 and in a small town in Italy the children are aiding the partisans battle the occupying Germans.
A Ring of Bells (1962)
A collection of poems by the British poet laureate.
A Riot of Quiet (1969)
A poetic meditation of such sounds as “bubbles bursting in the air, tangles forming in your hair.”
The Road to Bordeaux (1940)
An account of the evacuation of casualties of the fighting in northern France through Bordeaux.
Robinson Crusoe (1968)
First published is 1719, this account of ‘eight and twenty years, all alone on an uninhabited island on the coast of America’ was based on the experiences of Alexander Selkirk, who was marooned on an island in the Pacific Ocean. Most recent editions have been abridged and some have had the religious themes suppressed. It gave birth to the genre of Robinsonade.
The Rose and the Ring (1948)
A complicated tale of two princesses and two princes and the Fairy Blackstick.
A collection of stories old and new.
A collection of stories new and old. This edition includes five additional stories from Pigeons and Princesses.
When Sarah and Simon’s father runs out of red paint he can not finish his masterpiece.
An annual miscellany of prose and poetry by British authors. Single drawing by Ardizzone.
The Saturday Book Ninth Year (1949)
Popular Annual miscellany featuring British authors and illustrators. Single drawing by Ardizzone.
Five drawings by Ardizzone are included in this popular Annual miscellany featuring British authors and illustrators.
The School in Our Village (1957)
Reminiscences of a rural English school.
Ben, Kate and Matt decide to take a trip around the world to give their parents a rest and return with a new car.
A selection of stories freely adapted from the Brothers Grimm.
Ship’s Cook Ginger (1977)
Tim and Ginger are off on another sea voyage. When the crew is laid low by food poisoning the two friends must come to the rescue.
A generous helping of the shorter fictions of the ‘inimitable Dickens’ as he liked to style himself.
Showmen and Suckers (1951)
A survey of popular entertainment from high class to low.
The Singing Cupboard (1962)
When great-aunt Gerda brings the singing cupboard, magical things begin to happen.
The artist was sent to India by UNESCO to teach a course in silk screen printing and here records his impressions. This was a publisher’s Christmas keepsake.
A group of women flee England on a tramp steamer during WWII.
Special Branch Willie (1969)
A very small boy is recruited into the C.I.D.
St. Luke’s Life of Christ (1956)
A free modern English translation of the Gospel according to St. Luke.
A Stickful of Nonpareil (1956)
A keepsake from Cambridge University Press, intended to give an idea of turn-of-the-twentieth-century printing.
Stig of the Dump (1963)
Barney meets Stig, a caveman, while playing in the local dump.
Stig of the Dump (1965)
Barney discovers a caveman, Stig, while playing in the local dump.
Stories from the Bible (1961)
Bible stories re-written for children from the garden of Eden to the promised land.
The Story of Jackie Thimble (1964)
Little Jackie Thimble gets stuck in a post box and sings for his supper.
The Story of Joseph (1958)
Joseph is sold into Egypt as a slave but rises to become the Pharaoh’s vizier.
The story of a theatrical entertainment by Benjamin Britten in which he shows how he wrote and prepared an opera, then presented the short children’s opera The Little Sweep.
The Story of Moses (1959)
The story of the Hebrew baby who goes from bullrushes to prince of Egypt, to fugitive murderer to chosen leader of the Jewish people in their exodus from Egypt.
The Story of Samuel and Saul (1960)
The story of the prophet and the first King of Israel.
A Christmas pantomime of Cinderella with sets and costumes by Ardizzone. The pictures may be cut out to make a toy theatre. The cover illustration is also by Ardizzone. This is volume 114 issue number 684.
The Stuffed Dog (1967)
Two girls discover a talking doll in the attic.
The Suburban Child (1955)
Memories of the author’s childhood in South London.
Sugar for the Horse (1957)
More stories about he author’s deplorable Uncle Silas.
Sun Slower Sun Faster (1955)
Cecilia and Rickie discover a time warp.
When Swanholm and Swanso the swan prince and princess are trapped in the ice, Johan and Small Hilda must come to their rescue.
Open sesame opens the treasure cave to Ali, but the thieves will try to recover their ill-gotten gains.
That Yew Tree’s Shade (1954)
A murder mystery. Dust jacket by Ardizzone.
A “book about the theatre proper; tinged with bitter, brittle wit and hard philosophy” (sic). Dust jacket by Ardizzone.
The Thirty-Nine Steps (1964)
A novel of adventure and intrigue in the run up to World War I. This marks the first appearance of Richard Hannay.
Two brothers and an invisible playmate rescue a princess.
Three Tall Tales (1964)
Three nonsense stories.
Tim All Alone (1956)
Tim arrives home from his vacation and finds his parents gone and the house closed up. He sets out to scour the world for them.
Tim and Charlotte (1951)
Tim and Ginger rescue a little girl from the sea whom they name Charlotte. When her aunt Agatha turns up there is trouble.
Tim and Ginger (1965)
When Ginger is trapped offshore by the rising tide Tim rows out to rescue him. A storm comes up and they are sent on the rocks.
Tim and Lucy Go to Sea (1938)
Tim and Lucy are invited to sail on a yacht, but are captured by mutineers.
Tim and Lucy Go to Sea (1944)
Tim and Lucy are invited to cruise on a yacht and are captured by mutineers.
Tim and Lucy Go to Sea (1958)
Time and Lucy are invited to cruise on a yacht and are captured by mutineers.
Tim in Danger (1953)
When Ginger runs away to sea, Tim and Charlotte sign on to a ship to follow him and endure many hardships before they all see home again.
Tim to the Lighthouse (1968)
When Tim observes that the lighthouse is not lit, he and Captain McFee go to investigate.
Tim to the Rescue (1949)
Tim signs on with Captain McFee for another voyage and meets ship’s boy Ginger.
Timothy’s Song (1965)
A crippled newboy in the early 1800’s finds his reward in heaven for a life of sacrifice.
Tim’s Friend Towser (1962)
Tim and Ginger are cabin boys aboard the S.S. Royal Fusilier when they find a puppy and smuggle him aboard - to the Captain’s great disgust.
Tim’s Last Voyage (1972)
In the tenth and last of Tim’s adventures he and Ginger end up in classic form wrecked on the Goodwin Sands.
Titus in Trouble (1959)
Titus dreams of going to sea, but his clumsiness keeps him constantly in trouble - and in debt, until one day …
Tom, Dick and Harriet (1937)
A series of stories centered on a London pub.
Tragedy at Law (1942)
Mr. Justice Barber is threatened with death by poisoned chocolates. Dust jacket by Ardizzone.
The story of a twelve days’ hiking and expedition in the south of France.
Hard boiled fiction with pugilists and dames. Dust jacket by Ardizzone.
A collection of poems concerning, among others, school, the sea shore and pets.
A mock heroic tale in an exalted 18th century style.
The Tunnel of Hugsy Goode (1972)
When Nicholas and Timothy break into the tunnel under the Alley, the adventure has just begun.
Upside-Down Willie (1968)
In this adventure Willie joins the circus.
Vessel of Sadness (1970)
This novel based on an infantryman’s experiences at the Anzio landing in World War II has a dust jacket by Ardizzone.
The Vicar of Wakefield (1959)
A mixture of comic novel and Job, this World’s Classics edition #4, has a dust jacket by Ardizzone.
Visiting Dieppe (1981)
This magazine piece was originally published in Signature, New Series 14 in 1951 and chronicles a holiday excursion to Normandy.
The Wandering Moon (1957)
A collection of poetry for children.
The Warden (1952)
This is the first of the Barsetshire novels concerning the ecclesiastical community of Barsetshire.
The Warden (1980)
This is the first of the Barsetshire novels concerning the ecclesiastical community of Barsetshire. The World’s Classics edition eliminates the full page illustrations.
Jacket by Ardizzone. Vincent returns to his East Coast island home when his life in London crashes about his ears.
The Witch Family (1960)
Amy and Clarissa banish the wicked Old Witch to the Glass Hill, but she is not done with them yet. Fortunately Malachi the magic bumble bee is on their side.
The Wrong Side of the Bed (1969)
Johnny can’t do anything right.
The Year Round (1965)
An idyll on the changing seasons.