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Shoelace Robin (1945)
Little Michael O’Malley comes to the rescue of a small bird and receives some step-by-step instruction from a robin in the art of lacing shoes. With illustrated endpapers showing how to tie a shoelace and a shoe to practice with at the back of the book.
The Golden Basket (1936)
Two girls from England are on holiday in Bruges, Belgium and meet the littlest orphan, Madeleine.
Prester John (1910)
A young Scot goes out to South Africa where he becomes caught up in a native rebellion. This is a later American edition.
The Little Moon Theater (1981)
Jo Jo, Jip and Nicolette traveling about in their caravan presenting plays and granting wishes, are shivering in the winter’s cold until a little old fairy godmother grants their wish.
The Whisper of Glocken (1965)
The Watercress River has been dammed. Five intrepid Minnipins set out to find the cause and save the people of the Land Between the Mountains.
The story of the building of #1070, prototype locomotive of the Berkshire class 2-8-4 by the Lima Locomotive Works.
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.
The Wind in the Willows (1980)
Setting out one spring morning, mole discovers the river, the water rat, toad and badger.
Each month of the year with the bear family.
London Bridge is falling down, falling down, falling down,
London Bridge is falling down, My fair Lady!
The Erie Canal (1970)
I’ve got an old mule and her name is Sal,
Fifteen miles on the Eirie canal.
A dictionary with stories about the words.
The Hurdy-Gurdy Man (1933)
The Hurdy-Gurdy Man comes to town with his monkey and soon all the children have left school to hear his music. Before they know it the entire town is dancing until they can’t stand anymore and the day ends in a town picnic. Written by the author of The Velveteen Rabbit. Robert Lawson did the pictures.
I Discover Columbus (1941)
Aurelio the parrot tells the real story of what happened when Columbus met Isabella in 1492.
Dick Whittington & His Cat (1949)
Robert Lawson has retold and illustrated in color this classic story of Dick Whittington, thrice Lord Mayor of London, and his cat.
Here Comes Tagalong (1971)
Steve is just Tagalong to his brother’s friends. Then he finds a group of friends his own age.
Pinkerton, Behave! (1979)
Pinkerton has trouble learning the meaning of commands. But when a burglar shows up he is more than equal to the task.