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SOLD 6928 Jagendorf, Moritz/Fletcher Clark, illustrator. Penny Puppets, Penny Theatre, and Penny Plays. Plays, 1967/1941; 190 pp. Juvenile hardback. Step by step directions explain the process of making different kinds of puppets and production, followed by short puppet plays. CONDITION: Good in Good jacket; ex-lib, usual marks, missing front endpaper, water stain on front board, damp wrinkles to dw. $3.00

7794 James, Mary. Shoebag. Scholastic, 1990, 1st printing; 135 pp. Juvenile hardback. CONDITION: Good in Very Good jacket; ex-lib, usual marks, missing free front endpaper. $3.00

SOLD 3963 Jarden, Mary Louise/Helen Sewell, illustrator. The Young Brontës. Viking&Junior Literary Guild, 1938/1938. Juvenile hardback. CONDITION: Good without jacket; ex-lib, few marks, flap pasted in. $1.00

5096 Jarrell, Randall/Maurice Sendak, illustrator. The Animal Family. Pantheon, 1965, appt 1st printing, nap; Yellow cloth stamped with picture, design&titles. 180 pp. Juvenile hardback. Written by a contemporary poet, the tale of a solitary hunter who finds a family of a bear, a mermaid, a lynx, and a boy. Through their conversations, the reader sees this seemingly odd family living together in harmony. Accessible poetry. CONDITION: Good Plus without jacket;owner's inscription; light foxing to edges and light soil to eps. $3.00

5925 Jennings, Dean/Don Butterfield, illustrator. Valla The Story of a Sea Lion. World, 1969, 1st printing; 172 pp. Juvenile hardback. From birth on the California coast through the northern migration. CONDITION: Near Fine in Good jacket; 50¢ stamped on free front endpaper; in darkening, stained white clipped jacket. $3.00

5323 Jessup, Ronald/ André, Ken Symonds (and Charles Keeping, unattributed), illustrator. The Wonderful World of Archaeology. (UK title, Puzzle of the Past). Garden City, 1956, 1st printing US; Glossy pictorial boards. 9.5x12, np. Picture Book Hardback. CONDITION: Very Good without jacket; spine laminate flaking, gift inscription. $1.00

11378 Jewett, Eleanore M/Taro Yashima, illustrator. Which Was Witch? Tales Of Ghosts And Magic From Korea. Viking, 1959/1953, 4th; 160 pp. Juvenile hardback. CONDITION: Good Minus in Good Minus jacket; ex-lib, usual marks, leaning, soiled edges, very worn boards, in dw w numbered spine. $3.00

18142 Johnson, Angela. Toning the Sweep. New York: Orchard, 1993, 1st printing; brown cloth backed boards, orange endpapers, yellow and blue jacket with Emily in her red dress; 8vo;103 pp. Juvenile hardback. Emmie and her mother go to her Grandmama Ola to help her close her house. Emmie videotapes friends and places in the California desert for her grandmother, who is dying of cancer. A balanced and beautiful book. CONDITION: Very Good in Very Good clipped jacket; ex-lib, some marks, very clean and straight; appears unread. $3.00

15809 Johnson, La Verne/Martha Alexander, illustrator. Night Noises. New York: Parents' Magazine Press, (1968); green cloth binding, blue endpapers, in blue jacket with picture of boy at night in his room; 7.25x9.25"; np. Picture Book A little boy lies in bed and imagines happy images that the night noises convey. CONDITION: Very Good in Very Good jacket; tight with first few pages reading wrinkled; in clean edge rubbed jacket with one inch creased closed tear, wrapped crookedly; 3.30 with 5.50 sticker. $3.00

15372 Joslin, Sesyle/Leonard Weisgard, illustrator. Baby Elephant and the Secret Wishes. New York: Harcourt, Brace,&World, (1962), no printing noted; 6.2x7.2, np. Picture book small hardback. It's Christmas, and Baby Elephant asks each one what they have always wished for most of all. A humorous, tender story with very charming illustrations in greys and red. CONDITION: Very Good without jacket; ex-lib, some marks; edges slightly worn and bumped, stray red mark. $3.00

2567 Joutsen, Britta Lisa/Anthony Saris, illustrator. Lingonberries in the Snow. Follet, 1968, 1st printing, 190 pp. all around painting on pictorial library binding. Juvenile hardback. Susie's family spends a year in Finland while her father is on a Fulbright, and she explores Finnish culture with her new friend Laila. A "country book" which is successful in evoking. not just the customs, but the spirit of a people. CONDITION: Very Good without jacket; ex-lib few marks. $3.00

8989 Joutsen, Britta-Lisa/Anthony Saris, illustrator. Lingonberries in the Snow. Follet, 1968, 1st printing, 190 pp. all around painting on pictorial library binding. Juvenile hardback. Susie's family spends a year in Finland while her father is on a Fulbright, and she explores Finnish culture with her new friend Laila. A "country book" which is successful in evoking not just the customs, but the spirit, of a people. CONDITION: Very Good without jacket; ex-lib, some marks, pasted in flap. $3.00

13202 Joutsen, Britta-Lisa/Anthony Saris, illustrator. Lingonberries in the Snow. Follet, 1968, 1st printing. Pict library binding; 190 pp. Juvenile hardback. Susie's family spends a year in Finland while her father is on a Fulbright, and she explores Finnish culture with her new friend Laila. A "country book" which is successful in evoking. not just the customs, but the spirit of a people. CONDITION: Very Good without jacket; ex-lib, some marks, stain on spine. $2.00

19176 Judson, Clara Ingram.  George Washington Follett Beginning to Read. 1961, 1st. Picture book hardback.  CONDITION: Very Good Plus in Very Good jacket, clean book, in jacket with erased price on cover; unclipped 1.00 $3.00

15944 Jukes, Mavis/Thomas B. Allen, illustrator. Blackberries in the Dark. New York: Alfred A. Knopf, 1985, 1st printing; ivory cloth backed avocado boards, dark blue endpapers, 8.1x9.25; np (c.44). Juvenile hardback. A child and his grandmother come to terms with the grandfather's death. CONDITION: Fine without jacket. $3.00

13432 Kahl, Virginia/VK, illustrator. Giants, Indeed. Scribners, Weekly Reader Book Club Edition, (1974); 4 coloured pict paper boards, 8.25x10.25; nd. Picture Book Hardback. A little boy's not-very-scary adventure in the lands of dragons and giants. Kahl's typical black outline and flat colour. CONDITION: Good Plus without jacket; owner name, soiled boards, with bumps and rubs to extrems. $2.00

18164 Kalnay, Francis/Julian de Miskeym, illustrator. Chucaro: Wild Pony of the Pampa. Harcourt, Brace, 1963/958; green reinforced library binding;127 pp. Juvenile hardback A novel of boy and pony on the Pampa. CONDITION: Very Good without jacket; ex-lib some marks, including library crassest in purple; straight, all pages flat and clean $3.00

4268 Kastner, Erich/Stanley Mack, illustrator. The Little Man and the Big Thief. Knopf, 1969, 1st printing US.; large 8vo, 163 pp. Juvenile hardback. More marvelous adventures of a little tiny man. CONDITION: Very Good in remnant of jacket;in dw with most of front flap gone; REMAINDER symbol stamp on free front endpaper. $3.00

18166 Katz, Welwyn Wilton. False Face. McElderry, 1988/1987, 1st printing Am; 196 pp Juvenile hardback. Two young teenagers from troubled circumstances are drawn together by their love of the bog that cuts through the center of London, Ontario, where they find two ceremonial masks. Tom realizes the power these false faces have to magnify hatred. CONDITION: Very Good in Very Good clipped jacket; ex-lib, stamps on top edge, eps labels removed, spine label, no other signs, pale spot on fore-edge. $3.00

18167 Kaufman, Charles/Troy Howell, illustrator. The Frog and the Beanpole. New York: Lothrop, Lee, Shepard, 1980, stated 1st printing; jacket of Marveline playing the harp to Wesley the frog; 8vo; 189 pp. Juvenile hardback. "An invisible frog trying to escape an evil professor, who wants him for laboratory experiments, befriends a ten year old girl running away from home. Author's first book for children. CONDITION: Very Good in Very Good clipped jacket; ex-lib, some marks; clean and straight. $3.00

8106 Kelly, Marty/Ronald Hiler, illustrator. The House on Deer-Track Trail. McGraw, 1976, 2nd. 6.5x8.5, 58 pp. Juvenile hardback. CONDITION: Very Good Plus in Very Good jacket; REMAINDER mark line on bottom edge; unclipped 5.95. $2.00

18169 Kelly, Rosalie. The Great Toozy Takeover. New York: Putnam, (1975); tan jacket with Mrs. Toozy and family in the Tin Lizzy; 8vo; 127 pp Juvenile hardback. "Nothing is ever the same again when Mrs. Toozy and her four children move into the neighborhood." Small town life in the 20's. CONDITION: Very Good in Very Good jacket; ex-lib, some marks; clean and straight, unmarked pages, faded spine, unclipped 5.95. $3.00

18173 Kemp, Gene/Carolyn Dinan, illustrator. The Turbulent Term of Tyke Tiler. London: Faber, 1979/1977, 3rd printing; 118 pp. Juvenile hardback. A funny book about the adventures of Tyke Tiler and his angelic-looking and none too bright friend Danny. CONDITION: Very Good in Very Good jacket; ex-lib some marks; clean pages, unclipped jacket. $3.00

14954 King, Clive. Me and My Million. Crowell, 1979/1976, 1st printing Am; brown paper boards, 8v9, in jacket with full colour wrap around scene of Ringo climbing out of a city window; 160 pp. Juvenile hardback. Illiterate Ringo, brother to a burglar, finds himself broke on the other side of London with a million-pound picture in his sack; an award-winning comedy. CONDITION: Good Plus in Very Good jacket; ex-lib, usual marks, a bit slanted and loose, occasional light page soil in jacket with bumped spine ends and half inch closed tear. $3.00

18186 King-Smith, Dick/David Parkins, illustrator. Paddy's Pot of Gold. New York: Crown Publishers, 1990, stated 1st printing US;  Juvenile hardback. Bridget enjoys making friends with Paddy the leprechaun and wonders if he has a pot of gold." CONDITION: Very Good in Very Good jacket; ex-lib, some marks, else as new; unclipped. $3.00

12578 King-Smith, Dick. The Swoose. Hyperion, 1994/1993. 1st printing Am; 46 pp. Juvenile hardback. Only the (goose + swan) swoose can make Queen Victoria smile. CONDITION: Fine in Fine jacket; book and jacket without flaw. $1.00

12579 King-Smith, Dick. The Swoose. Hyperion, 1994/1993. 1st printing Am; 46 pp. Juvenile hardback. Only the (goose + swan) swoose can make Queen Victoria smile. CONDITION: Fine in Fine jacket; book and jacket without flaw. $1.00

12580 King-Smith, Dick. The Swoose. Hyperion, 1994/1993. 1st printing Am; 46 pp. Juvenile hardback. Only the (goose + swan) swoose can make Queen Victoria smile. CONDITION: Fine in Fine jacket; book and jacket without flaw. $1.00

18190 King-Smith, Dick/Lynette Hemmant, illustrator. Toby Man. New York: Crown Publishers 1991/1989, stated 1st printing US; red boards with Tod Golightly riding on a very cute donkey accompanied by a mastiff; 8vo; 119 pp. Juvenile hardback. "The hero, a young highwayman, finds his fortune with the help of four animal friends." CONDITION: Very Good in Very Good jacket; ex-lib, some marks; otherwise as new, in clipped jacket.  $3.00

18191 Kingman, Lee/Leonard Shortall, illustrator. Georgina and the Dragon. Boston: Houghton Mifflin Company, 1972, stated 1st printing sd Juvenile hardback. Georgina is determined to find the way to attend her great-grandmother's commemoration. CONDITION: Very Good in Very Good jacket; ex-lib, some marks; some page soil, unclipped 3.95. $3.00

15384 Kingman, Lee/Burt Silverman, illustrator. The Saturday Gang. Eau Claire, Wisconsin: E. M. Hale and Company, (1961) Cadmus Edition; cloth boards with drawing of boys in the rowboat, 8vo; 192 pp. Juvenile hardback. An exciting summer for the gang in a New England town as Teddy and the Wednesday Needlework Guild get involved with a TV crew shooting in Winnisquam and Teddy and his gang help the police solve a robbery. CONDITION: Very Good without jacket; ex-lib, some marks, rubs on binding with very clean pages. $3.00

12507 Kipling, Rudyard/Tim Raglin, illustrator. How the Rhinoceros Got His Skin. Rabbit Ears Books, (1988).Full colour pictorial boards, 10.4x8.75; 26 pp. Picture Book Hardback. CONDITION: Good without jacket; reading wrinkles. $2.00

9831 Kiviat, Esther/Harold Price, illustrator. Paji. McGraw-Hill, 1946, 1st printing; small quarto, 56 pp. Picture Book Hardback. Paji ran away from his elephant carving job at his uncle's Big Cheap Elephant Factory. He and his dreamy bullock friend Push-ba ran to an ancient dagoba and Paji made beautiful carvings, each different. A charming story in fluid three colour lithos. CONDITION: Very Good with no jacket; light soil, print on ep; extremities bumped and rubbed. $3.00

13448 Kjelgaard, Jim/Sam Savitt, illustrator. Two Dogs and a Horse. Dodd, Mead: Weekly Reader Book Club, 1964. Juvenile hardback. Three animal stories: A Dog Remembers, The Black Horse, The Lake and the Lonely Exiles. CONDITION: Very Good without jacket; number, some soil on back, rubbed on extremities. $3.00

15386 Kleberger, Ilse/Wallace Tripp, illustrator. Grandmother Oma. New York: Atheneum, 1967/1964, 1st printing Am; blue reinforced reinforced library rebinding with white and yellow picture of Oma wheeling baby; 122 pp. Juvenile hardback. Stories of a funny German family, including a bout with the measles and a trip to visit their Uncle, who runs a zoo. CONDITION: Very Good without jacket; ex-lib, some marks. $3.00

18194 Knudsen, Poul E. The Challenge (Vaeddemalet). New York: The Macmillan Company, 1963/1960, stated 1st printing US; translated from the Danish by L. W. Kingsland ; orange reinforced library binding with ship; jacket with painting of Vikings, Romans, and map on back; 8vo; 264 pp Juvenile hardback. The award winning story of a first century Danish warrior who sets out toward Rome to win honor,fights alongside Teutonic Warriors, is captured and enslaved, and makes his journey homeward. CONDITION: Good Plus in Good jacket; ex-lib, some marks; edges worn through, small scribble on front endpaper, pages clean but well read, clipped jacket rumpled, spine top chip neatly repaired. $3.00

15188 Korschunow, Irina. A Night in Distant Motion. Boston: David R. Godine, 1979 stated 1st printing Am, translated from the German by Leigh Hafrey; black cloth backed red cloth boards, black endpapers, in red jacket with violent black print; 8vo; 151 pp. Juvenile hardback. When Regine, a Nazi supporter, falls in love with a Polish prisoner in 1944, she notices for the first time the injustices and horrors going on around her. The quiet book is written as her journal in hiding during the next winter. CONDITION: Very Good in Very Good jacket; ex-lib, some marks, crisp in dw with faded spine; unclipped 10.95. $3.00

14948 Krahn, Fernando/FK, illustrator. Mr. Top. Morrow, 1983, 1st printing; quarto; reinforced plain green cloth boards; 28 pp. Picture Book Hardback. Mr. Top views a robbery from his pastoral home atop a NYC skyscraper and a farcical chase throughout New York ensues. Krahn's cartoons are laid out in two frames to a page. CONDITION: Very Good Plus without jacket; backstrip slightly canted, ow no flaws, very clean. $3.00

3494 Krementz, Jill/photos, illustrator. A Very Young Circus Flyer. Knopf, 1979, 1st printing. Picture Book Hardback. Photo documentary. CONDITION: Very Good without jacket; scratched boards, spine letters worn. $3.00

3781 Kroeber, Theodora/Douglas Tait, illustrator. Carrousel. Atheneum, 1977, 1st printing; 92 pp. Juvenile hardback. CONDITION: Very Good in Very Good jacket; ex-lib some marks. $2.00

3169 Kubinyi, Laszlo/LK, illustrator. Zeki and the Talking Cat Shukru. Simon & S, 1970, 1st printing. 6.3 x 9.3, 48 pp. Grey-green cloth stamped. Juvenile hardback. CONDITION: Very Good without jacket; corners 1/8 bump, contents fine. $3.00

SOLD 11021 La Fontaine (Wildsmith, Brian)/BW, illustrator. The Hare and the Tortoise. Watts, 1988/1966 8.7x11.2, c.30 pp Picture Book Hardback. CONDITION: Good only without jacket; front endpaper torn out, pulling 2" of half title and title from spine, rear hinge starting, ow clean and with flat pages. $1.00

18206 Lambert, C. J/Christopher Brooker, illustrator. The Copper Nail. Chicago: Follett Publishing Company, 1960/1960 stated 1st printing US, tan binding; orange and yellow jacket with Pedro standing on a mountain peak; 8vo; 171 pp. Juvenile hardback. Pedro, a poor child from the Atacama desert, searches for his family's lost treasure. CONDITION: Very Good in Very Good jacket; ex-lib, some marks; bookplate, very clean, in lightly edgeworn dw w half inch tear and indented line on back unclipped 2.95. $3.00

SOLD 18209 Lampman, Evelyn Sibley. Bargain Bride. Atheneum, 1977, Junior Literary Guild Book Club 180 pp. Juvenile hardback. "An often funny and sometimes touching" story of a girl orphaned on the Oregon Trail who is to be married off at a very young age to an old man. CONDITION: Good without jacket; ex-lib, some marks; gift inscription, soiled worn binding.  $3.00

18213 Lampman, Evelyn Sibley/Ann Grifalconi, illustrator. Half-Breed. Doubleday, 1967, Junior Literary Guild Book Club. Juvenile hardback. CONDITION: Very Good in Very Good jacket; ex-lib, some marks; clean, white pages; tight with nice jacket, good quality JLG.  $3.00

5795 Lampman, Evelyn Sibley/Paul Lantz, illustrator. Navaho Sister. Doubleday, 1956, 1st printing; 189 pp. Juvenile hardback. CONDITION: Good in Good jacket; ex-lib marks, cracked hinge. $3.00

15782 Lampman, Evelyn Sibley/Paul Lantz, illustrator. Navaho Sister. New York: Doubleday, 1956, 1st printing; 189 pp. Juvenile hardback. A lonely Navajo girl at the Chemawa school in Oregon. CONDITION: Good in Very Good jacket; ex-lib, some marks, edges and extrems rubbed and bumped; page soil, cracked, taped hinge; very faded jacket; 
unclipped 2.75. $3.00

18214 Lampman, Evelyn Sibley/Paul Lantz, illustrator. Navaho Sister. New York: Doubleday, (1956); 189 pp. Juvenile hardback. CONDITION: Good in Good Minus jacket; ex-lib, some marks; binding creaks, pages clean, very edgeworn and rubbed jacket with half inch tear affecting title, soiled back; unclipped 2.75.  $2.00

18215 Lampman, Evelyn Sibley/Arnold Spilka, illustrator. Rock Hounds. New York: Doubleday (1958), early Junior Literary Guild Book Club; 213 pp. Juvenile hardback. Children at a camp in Oregon stumble into a western mystery. CONDITION: Good in Good jacket; ex-lib, usual marks; pages clean but darkening, opens freely, jacket has chip on back flap, creases and hole on back.  $3.00

18219 Lampman, Evelyn Sibley. The Potlatch Family. Atheneum, 1976, 1st printing; 135 pp. Juvenile hardback. CONDITION: Very Good in Very Good jacket; ex-lib, some marks; unclipped 5.95.  $3.00

18220 Lampman, Evelyn Sibley. The Potlatch Family. Atheneum, 1976, 1st printing; 135 pp. Juvenile hardback. CONDITION: Very Good in Very Good clipped jacket; ex-lib, some marks.  $3.00

12670 Lampman, Evelyn Sibley. The Year of Small Shadow HarcourtBJ, 1971, 1st printing; 190 pp. Juvenile hardback. Set among the fragile relations between Indians and whites in the late 19th century Northwest. CONDITION: Good in Good jacket; ex-lib, usual marks, long crossout on top edge. $1.00

18221 Lampman, Evelyn Sibley. The Year of Small Shadow. Harcourt, 1971, stated 1st printing; 190 pp. Juvenile hardback. CONDITION: Very Good in Very Good jacket; ex-lib, some marks; opens freely, spine of dw a bit faded, pages very flat and clean; unclipped 4.95.  $3.00

18222 Lampman, Evelyn Sibley. Three Knocks on the Wall. NY: Atheneum, 1980, stated 1st printing. Clothbound, 182 pp. Juvenile hardback. CONDITION: Very Good in Very Good jacket; ex-lib, some marks; clean and straight, unclipped 8.95.  $3.00

19198 Lampman, Evelyn Sibley. Three Knocks on the Wall. New York: Atheneum, 1980, stated 1st printing. Clothbound, 182 pp. Juvenile hardback. Someone is knocking on the wooden wall on the other side of the garden and Marty learns how to communicate with her new friend. A sympathetic treatment of a child born out of wedlock, set in a small town in Oregon at the end of WWI. CONDITION: Very Good in Very Good jacket; ex-lib, some marks clean, slight slant; laminated, pasted down jacket is unclipped 8.95 $3.00

9543 Lampman, Evelyn Sibley. White Captives. Atheneum, 1975, 1st printing; 181 pp. Juvenile hardback. Based on the true story of the two Oatman girls captured from a Mormon family in 1851 and kept among Apaches for five years; "notable objectivity in seeing both Indian and white point of view, and in characterization of Apache and Mojave Indians." CONDITION: Good Minus in Very Good jacket;ex-lib, some marks, front ep missing. $2.00

SOLD 11149 Lampman, Evelyn Sibley. White Captives. Atheneum, 1975, 1st printing; 181 pp. Juvenile hardback. CONDITION: Good Plus in Good Plus jacket; ex-lib, usual marks, loosening, slanted in dw with spine faded and some lt edgewear. $2.00

7390 Langstaff, John/Feodor Rojankovsky, illustrator. Frog Went A-Courtin' Harcourt (1955); 4to. Picture Book Hardback. CONDITION: Reading Copy without jacket; ex-lib usual marks, corners and spine ends very worn, boards soiled. $1.00

3051 Lasky, Kathryn. Prank. Macmillan, 1984, 1st printing; 171 pp. Juvenile hardback. CONDITION: Near Fine in Fine jacket; no-resale stamp front endpaper; unclipped 12.95. $3.00

9554 Latham, Jean Lee/Victor Mays, illustrator. Young Man in a Hurry: The Story of Cyrus W. Field. NY: Harper, 1958. Pictorial library cloth binding, 237 pp. Juvenile hardback. The man who "held together" the laying of the first transatlantic cable. CONDITION: Good Plus without jacket; ex-lib some marks. $1.00

SOLD 4793 Lathrop, Dorothy/DL, illustrator. Who Goes There? Macmillan, 1935/1935, 2nd printing; 9.5x8.2 oblong, np. Picture Book Hardback. A story of small animals in winter and the tracks they leave. CONDITION: Fair without jacket; one eight-page section loose, corners rubbed and bumped, two lower page corners water-stained. $3.00

3911 Lattimore, Eleanor/EL, illustrator. The Bittern's Nest. Morrow, 1962, 1st printing. Juvenile hardback. CONDITION: Very Good without jacket; ex-lib some marks, pict. lib bind. $3.00

5451 Lattimore, Eleanor/EL, illustrator. The Bittern's Nest. Morrow, 1962, 1st printing; pictorial library binding, yellow cloth. Juvenile hardback. CONDITION: Very Good without jacket; ex-lib some marks. $3.00

10740 Lattimore, Eleanor/EL, illustrator. The Bittern's Nest. Morrow, 1962, 1st printing. Blue and brown pict lib bind, grey cloth. Juvenile hardback. Two houseguests disturb Blair's peaceful life with her family and remind her that she, like the bitterns in their swamp, will grow up. Set during a single weekend on a farm near the Atlantic coast. CONDITION: Very Good without jacket; ex-lib, usual marks; stamped and embossed on title page. $3.00

5593 Lattimore, Eleanor/EL, illustrator. The Bus Trip. Harcourt, 1966/1965, 2nd; 123 pp. Juvenile hardback. Florida to PA, two little children alone on the bus. CONDITION: Good in Good jacket; ex-lib well read. $3.00

5452 Lattimore, Eleanor/EL, illustrator. The Taming of the Tiger Morrow, 1975, 1st printing. Juvenile hardback. CONDITION: Very Good in Very Good jacket; ex-lib some marks. $3.00

8025 Lawrence, Mildred. Touchmark. HarcourtBJ, 1975, 1st printing. 186 pp. Juvenile hardback. In 1774 Boston, Abigail wants to be a pewterer, a man's trade. CONDITION: Good in Very Good jacket; ex-lib some marks. $2.00

9066 Lawrence, Robert/Serebriakoff & Kinnear, illustrator. Carmen. NY: Metropolitan Guild, Grosset & Dunlap, (1938); 7x9, 34 pp. Picture Book Hardback. The story adapted from Bizet's opera, well illustrated and with snippets of musical line, and authorized by the Metropolitan Opera Guild. CONDITION: Good Plus without jacket; heavy edgewear. $3.00

18242 Laycock, George/Nancy Grossman, illustrator. Big Nick, The Story of a Remarkable Black Bear. New York: W. W. Norton, 1967, stated 1st printing; tan boards with large drawing of a bear in the wild, in jacket identical to boards, 8vo; 187 pp. Juvenile hardback. "Nick was the biggest bear in the Great Smokey Mountains National Park. He was also one of the cleverest." CONDITION: Very Good in Very Good jacket; ex-lib, some marks; clean, bottom edges rubbed, unclipped 3.28. $3.00

6490 Le Guin, Ursula. Very Far Away From Anywhere Else. Atheneum, 1976, 1st printing; 89 pp. Juvenile hardback. Two talented students figure out how they can achieve their dreams of education. YA CONDITION: Very Good in Very Good jacket; ex-lib some marks. $3.00

8107 Leach, Christopher. Meeting Miss Hannah. NY: Warne, 1980, 1st printing. Yellow half cloth, 136 pp. Juvenile hardback. Who is the mysterious person who has come to live in an isolated town in West Texas? CONDITION: Very Good in Very Good jacket; REMAINDER mark line top and bottom edges; unclipped 7.95. $3.00

3525 Lee, Jennette/Frank Schoonover, illustrator. Happy Island. Century, 1910, 1st printing, coloured frontis; Pictorial cloth, 330 pp. Juvenile hardback. An Uncle William story. CONDITION: Fair without jacket; front endpaper missing; water stains to outside pages, ow good enough. $2.00

18246 Lee, Mildred. Fog. New York: The Seabury Press, (1972) 3rd printing; grey boards, dark blue endpapers, in jacket with grey foggy picture of the old shack, the clubhouse of Luke and his friends, 8vo; 250 pp. Juvenile hardback. Luke's perfect world falls apart. A coming of age story set in the South.  CONDITION: Very Good in Very Good jacket; ex-lib some marks; slight slant, very clean and unwrinkled; in nice jacket, unclipped 5.95. $3.00

18247 Leighton, Margaret. The Canyon Castaways. New York: Farrar, Straus and Giroux, an Ariel Book, 1966, stated 1st printing; brown cloth boards, brown endpapers, in jacket with Jill and her charges escaping from a mountain flash flood; 8vo; 150 pp. Juvenile hardback. Jill takes over her friend's babysitting situation for only a week, but she has to cope with saving the three children from a natural disaster in her isolated mountain location. CONDITION: Good Minus in Very Good jacket; ex-lib, some marks; boards lightly soiled, loosening w cracked hinge, top edge darkening, with burn hole in three pages, nice jacket with pale stains on back; unclipped 3.25. $3.00

12561 Leighton, Margaret. The Other Island. Farrar, Straus, Giroux, 1971, 1st printing; red cloth, 183 pp. Juvenile hardback. Daphne, accompanying her father on an archeological expedition to Crete, is puzzled by the workers' fear of noises in the citadel and the character of a visitor called Paul. Like many of Leighton's, this is a teenage novel with a substantive setting. CONDITION: Very Good in Very Good jacket; ex-lib some marks, but lt damage to eps from glued down protector, fading to upper spine, in dw with 1/4" tears at spine ends. $2.00

15400 Lenski, Lois/LL. The Little Airplane. New York: Henry Z. Walck, (1938), later printing; library reinforce rebinding with Mr. Small and his plane on cover, red illustrated free endpapers on front and back. Children's picture book hardback. A little plane ride with the cutest pilot in children's literature, Mr. Small. CONDITION: Fair without jacket; ex-lib, some marks; 5 pages with margin tears, darkened pages with some reading wrinkles. $1.00

18251 Lester, Julius. Long Journey Home: Stories from Black History. New York: Dial Press, 1978/1972, 3rd printing; brown boards, dark blue endpapers, with all around jacket painting by Charles Lilly of Rambler and his guitar walking away from Capt'n Bryant's place, 8vo; 147 pp incld notes. Juvenile hardback. Beautifully crafted stories based on historical facts from African American history, inspired by interviews, written sources, and the author's recreation of events. CONDITION: Very Good in Very Good jacket; ex-lib some marks; straight, clean, top of jacket bumped unclipped 7.95. $3.00

18252 Levert, John. Flight of the Cassowary. New York: Atlantic Monthly Press, 1986 stated 1st printing; blue boards, in jacket with Paul flying across the sky; 8vo; 298 pp. Juvenile hardback. "Paul finds life in high school and at home increasingly distorted when he becomes obsessed with the parallels between people and animals and starts responding to everything around him according to the laws of nature." CONDITION: Very Good in Very Good jacket; ex-lib some marks; clean, 3/8" slant, dusty edges, unclipped 14.95. $3.00

4172 Levine, Lois /Rosalie Petrash Schmidt, illustrator. The Kids in the Kitchen Cookbook. Macmillan, c.1968, Book Club; 182 pp. Juvenile hardback. CONDITION: Very Good in Good Plus jacket; in rubbed dw with some edgewear. $3.00

18254 Levitin, Sonia. Beyond Another Door. New York: Atheneum, 1977, stated 1st printing; blue cloth boards, coloured jacket with picture of Daria, 8vo; 174 pp Juvenile hardback. "After winning an ordinary dish at a local carnival, a 13 year old, Daria, is catapulted into a terrifying world of psychic phenomena where she discovers some shocking truths about her own past. CONDITION: Very Good in Very Good jacket; ex-lib, some marks; light page and edge soil and a few wrinkles, nice jacket; unclipped 6.95. $3.00

16872 Levitin, Sonia/Bill Negron, illustrator. The Mark of Conte. New York: Atheneum, 1976, stated 1st printing; blue cloth boards, red endpapers, yellow jacket with students riding up to the High School; 8vo; 226 pp. Juvenile hardback. "A computer error enables Conte, a high school student, to assume a double identity, both selves of which become involved in the pranks of some slightly eccentric friends." As both Conte Mark & Mark Conte, he might just get through school in 2 years! CONDITION: Good Minus with Very Good jacket; ex-lib, some marks; page soil, (carefully erased light pencil scribbles throughout); unclipped 6.95. $3.00

18256 Levoy, Myron. Alan and Naomi. New York: Harper & Row, 1977 stated 1st printing; reinforced cloth pictorial boards with a painting by James Griffin of Alan and Naomi walking along a New York street with his Piper Club model airplane, in jacket identical to boards; 8vo; 192 pp. Juvenile hardback. The heartbreaking story of a young Jewish boy's friendship with Naomi, a traumatized refugee child whose father, a Resistance fighter, was killed before her eyes. CONDITION: Good in Very Good jacket; ex-lib some marks; well read, but clean; unclipped 6.79. $3.00

12736 Levy, Elizabeth/Mordicai Gerstein, illustrator. Something Queer in Outer Space Hyperion, 1993, 1st printing. Full colour shiny pictorial boards, 7.25x9.25, c 48 pp. Picture book hardback shelf A further adventure of the Something Queer in the Library detective trio. Fletcher, the fat floppy hound wins a ride in a space capsule.: "He looked up and saw the day turning to night. The Milky Way looked close enough to lick." CONDITION: Fine without jacket. $3.00

8350 Lewellen, John/Kurt Werth, illustrator. Tee Vee Humphrey. Knopf, 1957, 1st printing; 146 pp Juvenile hardback. The humorous adventures of Tee Vee, who has to be one of the first child TV talk show hosts in fiction. Here he hosts a show called The Animal Shop, with live guests of all sorts. CONDITION: Near Fine without jacket; ex-lib, some marks. $2.00

13071 Lewellyn, John/Kurt Werth, illustrator. Tee Vee Humphrey. Knopf, Weekly Reader Book Club, (1957); 146 pp. Juvenile hardback. Tee Vee Humphrey, a good hearted kid who wants to work in TV, bumbles his way through his first job as an errand boy and wins a jackpot! Written by a producer and executive in radio and television in the 40's and 50's. CONDITION: Good Plus without jacket; corners bumped, water spot on edges, pages darkening. $1.00

13126 Lewesdon, John/John Berry, illustrator. London. Wills & Hepworth, The Ladybird Book of, Series 618 (1961); illus paper boards, map and tube map endpapers, 4.5x7, 50 pp. Picture Book small Hardback. CONDITION: Good Plus without jacket; extrems very bumped, very soiled back. $1.00

4031 Lewis, Elizabeth Foreman/Kurt Wiese, illustrator. Young Fu of the Upper Yangtze. Jr. Lit Guild, 1934. Juvenile hardback. CONDITION: Very Good without jacket; bookplate; slight slant, exterior spine very faded and rubbed, ow nice. $3.00

18259 Lewiton, Mina/Howard Simon, illustrator. That Bad Carlos. New York: Harper and Row, 1964 (1964 jacket) probable 1st printing; pictorial library binding with portrait of Carlos, gold endpapers, in gold jacket identical to boards 8vo; 175 pp. Juvenile hardback. Carlos Miraflores from Puerto Rico adjusts to the continental United States in a well meaning book. CONDITION: Very Good in Very Good clipped jacket; ex-lib, some marks; very clean and crisp in jacket with creases and extrems very rubbed and worn. $3.00

4962 Lide, Alice A. & Margaret A. Johanson/Corydon Bell, illustrator. The Wooden Locket. Viking, 1953/1953; 6.3c9.2, 127 pp. Juvenile hardback. CONDITION: Good without jacket; ex-lib few marks, corners rubbed. $1.00

18263 Lindbergh, Anne. Bailey's Window. New York: Harcourt, Brace, Jovanovich, 1984, stated 1st printing; cream boards, jacket with all around snowy view through Bailey's window, large 8vo; 115 pp. Juvenile hardback. "When their grumpy cousin Bailey Bond accidentally creates a window to anywhere, Anna and Carl and their friend Ingrid are in for a magical summer of visiting faraway places." CONDITION: Very Good in Very Good jacket; ex-lib, some marks; clean and straight, unclipped 12.95. $3.00

17930 Linde, Gunnel/Imero Gobbato. The White Stone. [den Vita Stenen} New York: Harcourt, Brace & World, 1964, 1st Am; translated from the Swedish by Richard and Clara Winston; green cloth boards, 8vo; 185 pp. juv Two lonely children have a summer of adventures, half fantasy, half real, but fall comes and they must go to school and use their real names. Funny and touching. CONDITION: Good without jacket; ex-lib, some marks, marker letter on spine, stamp on boards, extrems bumped and worn, pages clean. $3.00

8170 Lingard, Joan. Snake Among the Sunflowers. Nelson, (1977) Junior Literary Guild Book Club. Pictorial library binding; 142 pp. Juvenile hardback. CONDITION: Good Plus without jacket; ex-lib, some marks, bumps to spine ends, sl soil, inked letter on spine. $3.00

14953 Lingard, Joan. Snake Among the Sunflowers. Nelson, 1977, 1st printing US. Yellow brown cloth backed binding in white jacket with children and the sunflower house; 142 pp. Juvenile hardback. Three children, spending the summer on their grandfather's farm in France, uncover a well-kept family secret in the mysterious sunflower house. A vivid picture of the farming country of Southern France and the lingering impressions of the War. CONDITION: Good in Very Good jacket; ex-lib, some marks, including inked number on fixed endpaper and marks on title page, generally slanted, loose and bumped, in nice jacket; unclipped 6.95. $3.00

18270 Lingard, Joan. The Clearance. New York: Thomas Nelson, 1974, 1st printing US; 160 pp. Juvenile hardback. Maggie comes to live with her independent grandmother in the country, on the same land on which Maggie's great-great grandmother had resisted the soldiers sent to evict the crofters during the Clearances in 1854. CONDITION: Very Good in Very Good jacket; ex-lib, some marks; slight slant, unclipped 5.95.  $3.00

18271 Lingard, Joan. The Clearance. New York: Thomas Nelson, 1974, 1st printing US; 160 pp. Juvenile hardback. CONDITION: Very Good in Very Good jacket; ex-lib, some marks; faded spine, very clean and crisp, unclipped 5.95.  $3.00

18265 Lingard, Joan. The Pilgrimage. New York: Thomas Nelson, (1976) JLG Book Club; cloth pictorial boards with Maggie and James standing in a field, in jacket identical to boards; 8vo; 158 pp. Juvenile hardback. Sequel to The Resettling. Maggie discovers on her summer trip with James that she doesn't want to settle down with him. YA CONDITION: Very Good in Very Good jacket; ex-lib, some marks, straight, pages very clean and flat. $3.00

7181 Lipkind, Will/Nicolas Mordvinoff, illustrator. Boy with a Harpoon. Harcourt Brace, 1952, 1st printing. 6.6x8.3; 58 pp. Juvenile hardback. CONDITION: Good only without jacket; ex-lib, some marks, very worn boards, edges, and corners, title handwritten on spine. $2.00

9386 Lipkind, William/Georges Schreiber, illustrator. Professor Bull's Umbrella. Viking, Junior Literary Guild, (1954). Plain library binding, 8x11; np. Picture Book Hardback. Professor Bull, with musical dreams in his head, set off for market without his loyal umbrella Philip. But Philip opens and blows all over the city, seen from amazing perspectives, until he settles in the professor's hand just as a storm begins. CONDITION: Good without jacket; ex-lib, some marks, cover bumps and soil, name on title page. $3.00

11430 Lisle, Janet Taylor. Sirens and Spies. Bradbury, Junior Literary Guild, 1985, 1st printing. Juvenile hardback. Two sisters, one open and warmhearted, the other closed and suspicious, help unravel the mystery of their former violin teacher, Miss Fitch, really Mlle Fichet, who finally tells them the story of her experiences during WWII. CONDITION: Very Good in Very Good jacket; ex-lib some marks. $2.00

15406 Little, Jane/Nancy Grossman, illustrator. Sneaker Hill. New York: Atheneum, 1967/1967, 2nd printing; green library binding with stamped elf, yellow endpapers, painting of children flying on owl, 8vo; 183 pp. Juvenile hardback. A simply written fantasy in which two cousins set off on a madcap chase through a magic land on the trail of their scatterbrained Aunt Miranda, whose latest enthusiasm is becoming a witch. CONDITION: Very Good in Very Good jacket; ex-lib, some marks, board edges faded; unclipped 3.81. $3.00

6713 Little, Jean/Louis Parker, illustrator. Spring Begins in March. Little, Brown, Junior Literary Guild Book Club, (1966); 156 pp. Juvenile hardback. CONDITION: Very Good in Very Good jacket; ex-lib, usual marks. $3.00

18284 Little, Jean/Louis Parker, illustrator. Spring Begins in March. Little, Brown, Junior Literary Guild Book Club, (1966); 156 pp. Juvenile hardback. CONDITION: Very Good in Very Good jacket; ex-lib, some marks; unclipped.  $3.00

4103 Locke, Elsie/Anthony Maitland, illustrator. The Runaway Settlers. London: Cape, 1965, 1st printing; 190 pp. Juvenile hardback. A novel of the settling of New Zealand based on author's family history. CONDITION: Very Good with no jacket; two spots on front board, else very nice. $2.00

16881 Locke, Elsie/Anthony Maitland, illustrator. The Runaway Settlers. New York: Dutton 1966/1965, 1st US printing; 190 pp. Juvenile hardback. The Intrepid Mrs. Phipps leaves her drunken husband behind in Australia and sets off with her children to settle on the South Island of New Zealand. Based on author's family history. CONDITION: Very Good without jacket; ex-lib, some marks $2.00

18290 Logan, Carolyn F. The Power of Rellard New York: Margaret McElderry, 1988/1986, 1st printing US; green cloth binding, tan endpapers, dark illustrated jacket with three children and dragonfly; 8vo; 280 pp. Juvenile hardback. Lucy, the youngest sister, recovering from her illness with a twisted arm, plays with a toy theater which her mother has found for the children. As time goes by the game becomes more elaborate, a living fantasy with ordinary people transformed into evil creatures intent on cold and power. First book by an Australian librarian. CONDITION: Very Good in Very Good jacket; ex-lib, some marks, slight slant but straight and clean pages, binding, and jacket; unclipped 13.95. $3.00

18294 Lowry, Lois. Anastasia Again! Boston: Houghton Mifflin, 1981, 1st printing nl; tan cloth boards, green endpapers, pink jacket with Anastasia and the baby, 8vo; 145 pp. Juvenile hardback. "Anastasia is horrified at her family's decision to move from their city apartment to the house in the suburbs." CONDITION: Very Good in Very Good jacket; ex-lib, some marks; clean and straight, unclipped 7.95. $3.00

18295 Lunn, Janet. Shadow in Hawthorn Bay. New York: Charles Scribner's Sons; 1986, 1st printing US; cloth backed brown boards, brown endpapers, in dark brown jacket with Mary and Duncan in the Canadian woods; 8vo; 180 pp. Juvenile hardback. In 1815, Duncan mysteriously calls to his Scottish cousin Mary from Hawthorne Bay in Ontario. Mary hastens to his aid, only to find him dead. As in the Root Cellar, Lunn skillfully weaves Canadian history with the supernatural. CONDITION: Very Good in Very Good jacket; ex-lib, some marks; unclipped 12.95. $3.00

18296 Lunn, Janet. Shadow in Hawthorn Bay. New York: Charles Scribner's Sons; 1986, 1st printing US; cloth backed brown boards, brown endpapers, in dark brown jacket with Mary and Duncan in the Canadian woods; 8vo; 180 pp. Juvenile hardback CONDITION: Very Good in Very Good jacket; ex-lib, some marks; unclipped $3.00

18299 Lutters, Valerie. The Haunting of Julie Unger. New York: Atheneum, 1977, stated first; blue cloth boards with black endpapers, in jacket with blue photo of girl with Canada geese;8vo; 193 pp.  Juvenile hardback. Through her photography and her care of the Canada geese on a nearby Maine lake, Julie comes to terms with her father's death. CONDITION: Very Good in Very Good jacket; ex-lib, some marks; very slight slant, tight, clean; unclipped 6.95. $3.00