21531 Farmyard Tales Jackson

Farmyard Tales

Probably from the Jackson's Farm Stories (1946). One of a pleasant little series of good tales and reprinted classics for young children, originally published several years previously by Arnoldo Modatori, Milan and Deux Coqs d'Or, Paris. . Note: This book has been sold.



21518 The Circus Baby Petersham

The Circus Baby.

In one of the Petersham's most charming books, Mother Elephant tries to teach her baby to eat at the table, just as her friends the clown family do. She herself is too big to fit at all and the baby makes a mess just as the clowns arrive! A fairly early printing still with beautiful colour.



21508 Bonny's Big Day. Lampman.

Treasure Mountain.

Hoxie and Irene Chubfish live at the Chemawa Indian School in Salem OR. They visit their aunt, one of the survivors of the Nehalem tribe on the coast. With the help of her legends, they hunt for the Neahkahnie Mt treasure. Lampman's second book in an attractive jacket.
NOTE: This book has been sold.



21359 Nighty-Nightmare. Howe


The Monroe Family camping trip, another in the Bunnicula series.
Note: This book has been sold.



21384 Dorrie and the Dreamyard Monsters. Coombs

Dorrie and the Dreamyard Monsters.

Dorrie becomes surrounded by nightmare monsters while her mother tries to conjure up Dream Witch to help with the problem. The 16th Dorrie book. NOTE: THIS BOOK HAS BEEN SOLD.





21276 Johnny Crow's New Garden Brooke

Johnny Crow's New Garden

A small modern reprint.



21218 The Raven and Other Fairy Tales. Payne

The Raven and Other Fairy Tales.

Four African tales illustrated by Payne include the title story, The Queen Bee, Clever Beauty and Dapplegrim, Tales that were first told and illustrated for children in the Sewanee Kindergarten and Nursery School Note: This book has been SOLD.



21202 Bearhead Kimmel


An old Russian folk tale retold. SIGNED and briefly inscribed by AUTHOR.



21186 Granpa Burningham


A very little girl chats with her granpa as they go about all sorts of interesting activities. A wordless ending with an empty chair. NOTE: This book has been SOLD.



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