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8706 Macaulay, David/DM, illustrator. Black and White. Houghton, Mifflin, 1990, 2nd, jacket with medal. Picture Book Hardback. CONDITION: Fine in Near Fine jacket; unclipped 14.95. $2.00

15200 Mace, Elizabeth. The Rushton Inheritance. New York: Thomas Nelson, Inc, 1978, stated 1st printing Am; tan cloth backed brown boards; in wrap around illustrated jacket with Tom copying recipes in Granny's commonplace book and the ghost of Steve appearing near the curtains. Juvenile hardback. The Rushton children find their daily life at the Inn interrupted by the irregular appearance of Steve, their great-grand child from the future, who is looking for a "treasure." The author collaborates with her students on her books. CONDITION: Very Good in Very Good jacket; ex-lib, some marks, slight lean. $3.00

15657 Mace, Elizabeth. The Rushton Inheritance. New York: Thomas Nelson, Inc, 1978, stated 1st printing Am; tan cloth backed brown boards; in wrap around illustrated jacket. CONDITION: Very Good in Very Good jacket; ex-lib, some marks, unclipped 6.95. $3.00

15410 MacGregor, Ellen/Paul Galdone, illustrator. Miss Pickerell Goes to Mars. New York: McGraw-Hill Book Company, Young Pioneer Book, (1951); full colour illustrated boards with Miss Pickerell flying above space ship captain, small 8vo;128 pp. Juvenile hardback. Miss P. is quite up to an interplanetary voyage. CONDITION: Good minus without jacket; (ex-lib), some marks; edges and extrems worn; light page soil. $3.00

18305 MacGregor, Ellen and Dora Pantell/Charles Greer, illustrator. Miss Pickerell Harvests the Sea. New York: McGraw-Hill, (1968); grey cloth with Miss P. holding kelp on the beach, in colored jacket with same drawing; 8vo; 144 pp. Juvenile hardback. Miss P. sets out to help her old friend Mr. Rugby whose combination sea farm/diner isn't doing well. CONDITION: Good Plus in Very Good clipped jacket; ex-lib, some marks; boards soiled from protector offset, extrems sl bumped. $3.00

18306 MacGregor, Ellen and Dora Pantell/Charles Greer, illustrator. Miss Pickerell Meets Mr. H.U.M. New York: McGraw-Hill, (1974); orange reinforced pictorial boards with Miss P. in the snares of machine tape; 8vo; 158 pp. Juvenile hardback. "When Miss Lavinia Pickerel answers the phone one morning and is told by a strange metallic voice that she owes Square Toe General Store $490.96 for a pair of knitting needles.. she just knows something is wrong." CONDITION: Very Good without jacket; ex-lib, some marks; edges and spine faded. $3.00

11432 MacGregor, Ellen And Pantell, Dora/Charles Geer, illustrator. Miss Pickerell And The Supertanker. MacGraw-Hill, (1978); 157 pp. Juvenile hardback. CONDITION: Good in Very Good jacket; ex-lib, some marks, hinges taped, boards rubbed. $3.00

15660 MacPherson, Margaret/Douglas Hall, illustrator. The Rough Road. New York: Harcourt, Brace, 1966/1965, 1st printing Am; 223 pp. Juvenile hardback. Jim Smith, a foster child in a cruel farm family on the isle of Skye, struggles toward a dignified future. An engrossing, detailed picture of cattle farmers during the Depression. YA CONDITION: Very Good without jacket; ex-lib, some marks, with heavy marks on endpapers. $3.00

18311 Maddock, Reginald/Douglas Hall, illustrator. The Pit. Boston: Little, Brown and Company, 1966, stated 1st printing American, LCCN 1968, yellow cloth boards, green endpapers, in jacket  Juvenile hardback. When someone broke into the school, Butch Reese was the first one suspected Then he saved a child from the slimy Pit by the moors. CONDITION: Good in Very Good jacket; ex-lib, some marks; 3/8" slant, opens freely but clean; unclipped 4.75. $3.00

18316 Mahy, Margaret/Mariam Young, illustrator. The Good Fortunes Gang: Book One of the Cousins Quartet. New York: Delacorte Press, 1993, 1st printing nl; jacket with full colour picture of gang in treehouse; 8vo; 100 pp. Juvenile hardback. "After living like a gypsy in Australia all of his life, Pete tries to adjust to a permanent place - his father's New Zealand hometown, where Pete must pass a test to below to his cousin's exclusive gang" CONDITION: Very Good in Very Good jacket; ex-lib, some marks; pale print one page; unclipped 13.95. $3.00

18312 Mahy, Margaret/Mariam Young, illustrator. A Fortunate Name: Book Two of the Cousins Quartet. New York: Delacorte Press, 1993, 1st printing nl; jacket with full colour picture of gang in treehouse; 8vo; 83 pp. Juvenile hardback. "As the only Bancroft in a family of Fortunes, Lolly has always felt left out of her cousins' exclusive gang, but when her parents separate and new inner strength and aspects of kinship that go beyond names." CONDITION: Very Good in Very Good jacket; ex-lib, some marks; unclipped. $3.00

18313 Mahy, Margaret/Mariam Young, illustrator. A Fortune Branches Out: Book Three of the Cousins Quartet. New York: Delacorte Press, 19934 1st printing nl; jacket with full colour picture of gang in treehouse; 8vo; 83 pp. Juvenile hardback. "Tessa Fortune and her cousins want to raise $100 for New Zealand's national telethon, but when their plans begin to go awry, Tessa learns some valuable lessons about becoming a rich executive." CONDITION: Very Good in Very Good jacket; ex-lib, some marks; light reading wrinkles and creases unclipped 13.95. $3.00

16886 Mahy, Margaret. The Catalogue of the Universe. New York: Atheneum, Margaret McElderry, 1986/1985, 1st printing US; red cloth boards, black jacket with Angela and her friend Tycho; 8vo; 185 pp. Juvenile hardback. Two teenagers rely on each other as they figure out their families. CONDITION: Very Good with Very Good jacket; ex-lib, some marks; slight slant; unclipped 11.95. $3.00

18330 Mark, Jan/Jim Russell, illustrator. Thunder and Lightnings. New York: Thomas Y. Crowell, 1979/1976, stated 1st printing Am; blue boards, in white jacket with Andrew and Victor looking at model plane; 8vo; 181 pp. Juvenile hardback. Andrew and his new friend Victor learn all about the jet planes that fly overhead. CONDITION: Very Good in Very Good jacket; ex-lib, some marks; uneven opening, very clean; unclipped 7.89. $3.00

5612 Mathers, Petra/PM, illustrator. Maria Theresa. Harper, 1985, 1st printing; 9x10.5, 32 pp. Picture Book Hardback. A restless young chicken leaves home and joins the circus. CONDITION: Fine in Good Plus jacket; in clean dw with edgewear. $3.00

15968 Mathers, Petra/PM, illustrator. Theodor and Mr. Balbini. New York: Harper&Row, 1988, 1st printing; green cloth backed yellow boards; lavender endpapers, 8.2x10.2; np. Picture Book Hardback. "Soon after the kindly Mr. Balbini discovers that his dog, Theodor, can talk, he finds himself bullied by the demanding canine and yearns for a more traditional pet." Illustrated by intriguing full page paintings on every spread. CONDITION: Very Good without jacket; reading wrinkles, a little wear to corner tips. $3.00

8703 Maxner, Joyce/William Joyce, illustrator. Nicholas Cricket. Harper, 1989, 1st printing. 9.6x9.75; 22 pp. Picture Book Hardback. A rhymed celebration of a summer night with the Bug-a-Wug band. CONDITION: Good in Good jacket; front endpaper loose, binding loosening, in dw with 1" tear and moderate top edgewear. $3.00

5569 Mayne, William. A Game of Dark Dutton, 1971, 1st printing; 143 pp; pictorial library binding. Juvenile hardback. CONDITION: Very Good without jacket; ex-lib some marks, crisp. $1.00

15663 Mayne, William. Earthfasts. New York: Dutton, (1968/1967), 4th. Juvenile hardback. "At their feet was the drumming, like the thudding of invisible cold flames." Keith and David were curious and terrified when the earth began to swell, but what emerged at last was simply a boy, like themselves? CONDITION: Very Good in Fair jacket; ex-lib, usual marks, many stamps, back flap cut off ; unclipped 3.46. $3.00

15664 Mayne, William. Earthfasts. New York: Dutton, (1968/1967), 4th. Juvenile hardback. CONDITION: Very Good without jacket; ex-lib, some marks, bottom corners bumped, clean boards and pages. $3.00

15420 Mayne, William. Gideon Ahoy! New York: Delacorte, 1989/1987, 1st printing Am;156 pp. Juvenile hardback. CONDITION: Very Good in Very Good jacket; ex-lib, some marks. $3.00

3827 Mayne, William/Janet duschesne, illustrator. Plot Night. Dutton, 1968, 1st printing US; c.1963. Juvenile hardback. CONDITION: Very Good Minus without jacket; ex-lib usual marks. $2.00

3259 Mayne, William/Margery Gill, illustrator. Sand. Dutton, 1965/1964, 1st printing Am; 206 pp. Juvenile hardback. CONDITION: Very Good without jacket; ex-lib with small bookplate and rear pocket, little used. $3.00

SOLD 3410 Mayne, William. The Hill Road. Dutton, 1969, 1st printing US. Juvenile hardback. CONDITION: Very Good without jacket; ex-lib some marks. $3.00

3587 Mayne, William/Nicola Bayley, illustrator. The Mouldy. London: Cape, 1993; pictorial boards, 7.8x10, np. Picture Book Hardback. CONDITION: Near Fine without jacket. $3.00

7121 Mayne, William/Nicola Bayley, illustrator. The Mouldy. London: Cape, 1983, 1st printing; pictorial boards, 7.8x10, np. Picture Book Hardback. In the great garden of the world, there was peace before Mouldy came. CONDITION: Near Fine without jacket. $3.00

9117 McCully, Emily Arnold/EAMc, illustrator. Zaza's Big Break. Harper&Row, 1989, 1st printing. 8.25x10.25; 28 pp. Picture Book Hardback. Zaza wins a part in a TV show, but realizes she misses stage acting: the cameraderie, the backstage work, the audience, and her friends. Zaza decides to leave. "Now that I can go home, I love Hollywood," she said later that night. CONDITION: Very Good in Good Plus jacket; in dw with three tears to 2 inches, other edgewear. $3.00

12033 McGowan, Tom/TMcG, illustrator. The Only Glupmaker in the US Navy. Whitman, Junior Literary Guild, (1966). Full colour cloth pictorial boards, 8.1x9.2; c 30 pp. Picture Book Hardback. A navy joke. CONDITION: Good without jacket; ex-lib, some marks. $1.00

16895 McGowen, Tom. The Time of the Forest. New York: Houghton Mifflin Co, 1988, 1st printing sd nl; 110 pp. Juvenile hardback. A story of Stone Age Denmark and the merging of the lives of prehistoric farmers and hunters. CONDITION: Very Good with Very Good jacket; ex-lib, some marks; unclipped 12.95. $3.00

18351 McGraw, Eloise. The Money Room. New York: Macmillan, Margaret McElderry, 1981 (marked 1st printing) Junior Literary Guild; coloured pictorial library binding with Scott and Melinda sitting at a table; in jacket identical to boards, 8vo; 182 pp. Juvenile hardback. A brother and sister attempt to find their great-grandfather's Money Room in their new house on an Oregon farm. CONDITION: Very Good in Very Good jacket; ex-lib, some marks, straight and clean. $3.00

18352 McGraw, Eloise. The Money Room. New York: Macmillan, Margaret McElderry, 1981 (marked 1st printing) Junior Literary Guild; coloured pictorial library binding with Scott and Melinda sitting at a table; in jacket identical to boards, 8vo; 182 pp. Juvenile hardback. CONDITION: Very Good in Very Good jacket; ex-lib, some marks, straight and clean. $3.00

18353 McGraw, Eloise. The Seventeenth Swap. New York: Macmillan, Margaret McElderry, 1986 (marked 1st printing) Junior Literary Guild; coloured pictorial library binding with Eric and his swaps; in jacket identical to boards, 8vo; 150 pp. Juvenile hardback. Eric's goal, a pair of red cowboy boots for the little boy he sits for, every swap brings him nearer. CONDITION: Very Good in Very Good jacket; ex-lib, some marks, clean and straight. $3.00

18356 McLean, Allan Campbell/Victor Mays, illustrator. Ribbon of Fire. New York: Harcourt, Brace&World; 1962, 1st printing; tan cloth boards, green jacket with piper leading working men through a pass; 8vo; 191 pp. Juvenile hardback. Set on the Isle of Skye in the 1880's when crofters resisted the Factors attempts to take their land. Alastair Stewart works with Lachlann Ban to resist or change the Laird's mind. CONDITION: Good Minus in Very Good jacket; ex-lib, some marks; bad protector pull tears on endpapers and large taped area on rear flyleaf, ow clean; in crisp jacket with 1/4" chip along spine foot; unclipped 2.95 $3.00

18357 McLean, Allan Campbell/Victor Mays, jacket, illustrator. Ribbon of Fire. New York: Harcourt, Brace & World; 1962, 1st printing; green pictorial library rebinding with crude picture, green jacket with piper leading working men through a pass; 8vo; 191 pp. Juvenile hardback. Set on the Isle of Skye in the 1880's when crofters resisted the Factors attempts to take their land. "a tide of suspense that sweeps the reader along to the very end." CONDITION: Very Good in Very Good jacket; ex-lib, some marks; rebinding free endpaper removed, paper soft and darkening; unclipped 2.95 $3.00

4117 McNeer, May/Lynd Ward, illustrator. The Hudson. Garrard, 1962. Picture Book Hardback. History of the river. CONDITION: Very Good without jacket; ex-lib, large DISCARD on front endpaper, pages crisp. $3.00

6714 McNeill, Janet/Mary Russon, illustrator. Goodbye, Dove Square. Little, Brown, Junior Literary Guild, Book Club, (1969); 196 pp. Juvenile hardback. CONDITION: Very Good in Very Good jacket; ex-lib, heavy marks. $3.00

11987 McNeill, Janet/Mary Russon, illustrator. Goodbye, Dove Square. Little, Brown, Junior Literary Guild, Book Club, (1969); 196 pp. Juvenile hardback. The children from The Battle of St. George Without are two years older now and growing apart, the church has been pulled down, their big old houses boarded up, and the Dove Square families moved to housing projects. Still a mystery is left. CONDITION: Very Good in Very Good jacket; ex-lib, some marks, tear on one page, sl slant. $3.00

15667 McNeill, Janet/Mary Russon, illustrator. Goodbye, Dove Square. Boston: Little, Brown, 1969, 1st printing; 196 pp. Juvenile hardback. CONDITION: Very Good in Very Good jacket; ex-lib, some marks, straight, clean, faded dw spine; unclipped 4.50. $3.00

18362 McNeill, Janet/Mary Russon, illustrator. The Battle of St. George Without. Boston: Little Brown and Company, 1966, stated first American; green boards, in green and blue jacket with boys fighting near church palings; 8vo; 188 pp. Juvenile hardback. A group of friends in a crowded part of the city find a refuge in a bombed out church hidden in overgrown grounds. They are threatened by a sinister gang. CONDITION: Very Good in Very Good jacket; ex-lib, some marks; clean and straight; in jacket with faded spine; unclipped 4.50. $3.00

18364 McNeill, Janet/Mary Russon, illustrator. The Battle of St. George Without. Boston: Little Brown and Company, (1966), stated second American; green boards, in green and blue jacket with boys fighting near church palings; 8vo; 188 pp. Juvenile hardback. CONDITION: Very Good in Very Good jacket; ex-lib, some marks; clean and straight; unclipped 4.50. $2.00

18365 McNeill, Janet. The Prisoner in the Park. Boston: Little, Brown and Company, 1971, stated 1st printing; yellow cloth boards, green endpapers, with all around painting of the strange boy watching Ned and his friends; 8vo; 184 pp. Juvenile hardback. The good intentions of Ned and his friends backfire when the poor orphan they find hiding in the Wild End of the park turns out to be someone else. CONDITION: Very Good in Very Good jacket; ex-lib, some marks; straight and clean with flat pages; unclipped $3.00

18366 McNeill, Janet. We Three Kings. Boston: Little, Brown and Company, 1974, stated 1st printing; tan boards with all around blue jacket with children in Nativity procession in seaside village; 8vo; 181 pp. Juvenile hardback. A sweet story of how a village school comes together to put on a Nativity play, despite all odds. CONDITION: Very Good in Very Good laminated jacket; ex-lib, some marks, clean and crisp; unclipped 5.95. $3.00

7069 Melendez, Francisco/FM, illustrator. The Mermaid and the Major. Abrams, 1991/1989, 1st printing Am. 10.5x9.3; 64 pp. Picture book hardback shelf The "True Story of the invention of the Submarine." CONDITION: Near Fine in Very Good Plus jacket;pale spots top edge ow as new. $3.00

18371 Meltzer, Milton. Hispanic Americans. New York: Thomas Y. Crowell, 1982, stated first; red boards, blue jacket with photo in red frame; wide 8vo; 149 pp includes index. Juvenile hardback. The economic and social problems of the US Hispanic population of the day. With photos by Morrie Camhi and Catherine Noren. CONDITION: Very Good in Very Good jacket; ex-lib, some marks; clean, straight, unclipped 10.89. $3.00

16002 Menotti, Gian Carlo - Frances Frost/Roger Duvoisin, illustrator. Amahl and the Night Visitors. New York: McGraw-Hill, Whittlesey House, (1952), later reprint; adapted from the opera by Frances Frost; 88 pp. Juvenile hardback. Amahl, a lame shepherd boy, wants to visit the king of whom the wise men sing. All the lyrics are here with a narrative thread, illustrated generously. CONDITION: Good Minus without jacket; spine faded with half inch tear on rear crease, hinges starting, rear hinge carelessly glued, light cover soil. $3.00

7291 Merrill, Jean/Ronni Solbert, illustrator. High, Wide, and Handsome. NY: Young Scott, (1964). Reinforced colour pictorial binding, 7.9x9.7; c 43 pp. Picture Book Hardback. A funny story about three lazy animal characters who were outsmarted by the elegant and shifty Rolling Stone. One of our favorites. CONDITION: Very Good without jacket; ex-lib, some marks. $2.00

3280 Miers, Earl Schenck/Robert Frankenberg, illustrator. Mark Twain on the Mississippi. World, 1965, 3rd, c.1957. Juvenile hardback. CONDITION: Very Good in Very Good jacket; ex-lib some marks. $1.00

5399 Miles, Miska/Peter Parnall, illustrator. Annie and the Old One. Little, Brown Co, 1971, 1st printing; pictorial library binding. Picture Book Hardback. Set in the Navajo land. CONDITION: Good without jacket; ex-lib some marks. $2.00

5400 Miles, Miska/John Schoenherr, illustrator. Hoagie's Rifle-Gun. Little, Brown Co, 1970, stated 1st printing, JrLitGuild book club. Picture Book Hardback. CONDITION: Very Good in Very Good jacket; ex-lib some marks. $1.00

18380 Miles, Patricia. The Gods in Winter. New York: E. P. Dutton, 1978, 1st printing; red cloth, in jacket with all around picture of the Institute's estate, 8vo; 140 pp. Juvenile hardback. "When the Bramble family moves into a new home in northern England, they engage a woman for home help, Mrs. Korngold, and become convinces that she is from a different time and place. Like Demeter, she longs for her daughter, and other characters also assume god-like proportions. CONDITION: Very Good in Very Good jacket; ex-lib, some marks; unclipped $3.00

3086 Milhous, Katherine/KM, illustrator. Through These Arches: Story of Independence Hall. Lippincott, (1964). 10x8.2; 96 pp. Picture Book Hardback. CONDITION: Very Good without jacket; ex-lib, some marks. $2.00

10169 Milich, Melissa/Tyrone Geter, illustrator. Can't Scare Me. Doubleday, 1995, 1st printing. Shiny full colour pictorial boards, 7.7x9.3; 30 pp. Picture book hardback shelf A little girl and her next door neighbor sit on the porch every night, rocking and listening to her father tell wonderful ghost stories. And every night the neighbor gets too frightened to go home. Short, sweet, and a little scary. CONDITION: Fine in Fine jacket; book and jacket without flaw. $3.00

10165 Milich, Melissa/Tyrone Geter, illustrator. Can't Scare Me. Doubleday, 1995, 1st printing. Shiny full colour pictorial boards, 7.7x9.3; 30 pp. Picture book hardback shelf . CONDITION: Fine in Fine jacket; book and jacket without flaw. $3.00

10166 Milich, Melissa/Tyrone Geter, illustrator. Can't Scare Me. Doubleday, 1995, 1st printing. Shiny full colour pictorial boards, 7.7x9.3; 30 pp. Picture book hardback shelf. CONDITION: Fine in Fine jacket; book and jacket without flaw. $3.00

10167 Milich, Melissa/Tyrone Geter, illustrator. Can't Scare Me. Doubleday, 1995, 1st printing. Shiny full colour pictorial boards, 7.7x9.3; 30 pp. Picture book hardback. CONDITION: Fine in Fine jacket; book and jacket without flaw. $3.00

10168 Milich, Melissa/Tyrone Geter, illustrator. Can't Scare Me. Doubleday, 1995, 1st printing. Shiny full colour pictorial boards, 7.7x9.3; 30 pp. Picture book hardback. CONDITION: Fine in Fine jacket; book and jacket without flaw. $3.00

6757 Miller, Helen Markley/Nancy Grossman, illustrator. Ski the Mountain. Doubleday, (1965), Young America Book Club. Juvenile hardback. CONDITION: Good without jacket; foxed boards and browning paper, clean. $1.00

11383 Milne, A. A/A. H. Watson, illustrator. A Gallery Of Children. David McKay, 1976/1925; Large 12 mo;126 pp. Juvenile hardback. CONDITION: Very Good in Good jacket; ex-lib, some marks in rubbed dw, worn boards. $3.00

11005 Milne, A. A/Ernest Shepard, illustrator. Winnie-the-Pooh A Pop-Up Book Dutton, 1984/1926, first in this edition of pop-up. Play book pop-up hardback. CONDITION: Very Good; extrems a little bumped, popups working, sl soiled. $2.00

18381 Minard, Rosemary/Philip Smith, illustrator. Long Meg. New York: Pantheon Books (1982) Junior Literary Guild Book Club, (stated 1st printing nl); cloth reinforced pictorial boards with Meg, in red hat, leading charge, wide 8vo; 57 pp. Juvenile hardback. The invented tale of Long Meg, who defeats the arrogant Sir James of Castile and joins Henry ViI's invasion of France as a soldier. CONDITION: Very Good in Very Good jacket; ex-lib some marks; clean, rather stiff, occasional reading wrinkles. $3.00

15426 Minot, Susan. Monkeys. New York: E. P. Dutton, Seymour Lawrence, (1986), 3rd printing; white cloth backed black boards, in white jacket with painting of Halloween children on shore lawn; 8vo; 159 pp. Juvenile hardback. "The seven children of a sorrowing alcoholic father and a blithe but most unoblivious mother are the viewpoint of a tale that has the compass of the great 19th century novels." Penelope Gilliatt. New Yorker stories. YA or adult. CONDITION: Very Good in Very Good clipped jacket; ex-lib, some marks, 1/4" lean. $3.00

4717 Mirsky, Jeannette/Thomas Morley, illustrator. The Gentle Conquistadors. Pantheon, 1969, 1st printing; 216 pp. Orange cloth pictorial. Juvenile hardback. The ten year odyssey across the American Southwest of three Spanish captains and Esteban, a black slave. CONDITION: Very Good without jacket; 1/16" rub at corners. $3.00

2597 Mirsky, Reba Paeff/W. T. Mars, illustrator. Thirty-One Brothers and Sisters. Wilcox & Follett, 1952. Juvenile hardback. Zulu, South African Veldt: a little girl wants to go on an elephant hunt: "primitive civilization of today". CONDITION: Good without jacket; ex-lib., some marks. $2.00

3282 Molloy, Anne/Geo. & Doris Hauman, illustrator. Decky's Secret. Houghton, Mifflin Co, 1944, 1st printing. Juvenile hardback. CONDITION: Good without jacket; bkplate on flyleaf, boards soiled, paper browning, clean. $3.00

16516 Molloy, Anne/Floyd James Torbert, illustrator. The Mystery of the Pilgrim Trading Post. New York: Hastings, Young America Book Club, (1964). Juvenile hardback. Set in Maine. CONDITION: Good Plus; extrems bumped and rubbed to white, paper darkening. $3.00

2599 Monjo, F. N/Douglas Gorsline, illustrator. Willie Jasper's Golden Eagle. Doubleday, 1976, 1st printing ed., 9x12, 95 pp. Picture Book Hardback. CONDITION: Very Good in Very Good jacket; ex-lib few marks. $3.00

4247 Montgomery, Rutherford/Lorence Bjorklund, illustrator. Thornbush Jungle. World, 1966, 1st printing; 159 pp.; pictorial library binding. Juvenile hardback. CONDITION: Good without jacket; ex-lib marks, some soiling overall. $3.00

SOLD 11190 Montgomery, Rutherford/Lorence Bjorklund, illustrator. Thornbush Jungle. NY: World, 1966, 1st printing. Pictorial library cloth binding, 159 pp. Juvenile hardback. Among the wildlife of South Texas, a Mexican boy keeps pet ocelots. CONDITION: Good Plus without jacket; ex-lib usual marks, no wrinkles. $2.00

SOLD 5475 Morey, Geoffrey. The Lincoln Kangaroos. Chilton, 1963, 1st printing US; 72 pp. Juvenile hardback. Kangaroos become pets in Lincolnshire, with photos. CONDITION: Good in Good jacket; ex-lib marks. $3.00

6844 Morey, Walt/John Schoenherr, illustrator. Gentle Ben. Dutton, (1965), 14th. Juvenile hardback. Friendship between a boy and a giant Alaska brown bear. CONDITION: Very Good Plus without jacket; gift inscription. $2.00

8108 Morgan, Alison/John Schoenherr, illustrator. River Song Harper, 1957, 1st printing. Pictorial cloth, 135 pp. Juvenile hardback. CONDITION: Near Fine in Good jacket; light name, letter "P" on bottom edge, REMAINDER?, in soiled clipped jacket with wrinkles. $3.00

16902 Morgan, Alison/Joan Sandin, jacket, illustrator. Ruth Crane. New York: Harper & Row, 1974, stated 1st printing Am; illustrated cloth boards with children riding across Welsh hills; white jacket with same painting; 8vo; 246 pp. Juvenile hardback. At the end of a summer vacation with relatives, Ruth, 14, has to stay in Wales and take over the care of her little brother when catastrophe strikes her father and mother. Then Tony disappears. Set in the same locale as A Boy Called Fish and Pete. CONDITION: Very Good with Very Good jacket; ex-lib, some marks; $3.00

13292 Morgan, Nina Hermanna/Robert Henneberger, illustrator. Prairie Star. Viking, 1955, 1st printing; 189 pp. Juvenile hardback. A story of Norwegian immigration and of a boy, Johan, who learns that he wants to become a sculptor. CONDITION: Good Plus without jacket; ex-lib, some marks, bumped with letters on spine. $3.00

3569 Morley, Christopher/Jeannette Warmuth, illustrator. I Know a Secret. Doubleday Page, 1927, 1st printing; green boards, yellow illus endpapers, frontis plate and illustrations in text as issued; 8vo; 237 pp. Juvenile hardback. CONDITION: Very Good Minus without jacket; boards darkening, light child's name, taped front hinge; pages flat and clean. $3.00

3285 Morris, Loverne/Henry Luhrs, illustrator. The American Indian as Farmer. Melmont, 1963; 7.5x8.6, 48 pp. Pictorial library binding. Picture Book Hardback. CONDITION: Very Good without jacket; ex-lib, some marks. $3.00

8098 Morrisey, Dean/DM, illustrator. Ship of Dreams. Abrams, 1994, 1st printing. Pictorial boards, 10.7x10, 37 pp. Picture book hardback shelf Morrisey's oil paintings are deeply coloured and realistically detailed, somewhat like Denis Nolan's. CONDITION: Very Good Plus without jacket; small bump on bottom edge. $3.00

12707 Mozley, Charles/CM, illustrator. The First Book of Tales of Ancient Araby. Watts, 1960, 1st printing, First Book of Series #120; 7.3x8.8, 66 pp.  Juvenile hardback. CONDITION: Very Good in Good Plus jacket; page block slightly wavy, in dw with one inch tear, sm chips to extrems and damage to one half inch to spine top, light wear and creases to dw top edge. $3.00

18401 Mukerji, Dhan Gopal/Boris Artzybasheff, illustrator. Gay-Neck The Story of a Pigeon. New York: Dutton, 1954/1929, 7th of this edition. Juvenile hardback. CONDITION: Very Good in Very Good jacket; ex-lib, some marks; opens freely, clip impression on front endpaper; unclipped.  $3.00

8294 Mulock, Miss. (Dinah Maria Mulock Craik.)/Rosemary Wells, illustrator. The Little Lame Prince. Dial, 1990, 1st printing thus. Shiny pictorial boards, 8.7x11.25; 29 pp. Picture Book Hardback. The famous tale lovingly adapted for younger readers, with Rosemary Wells’ animals as the actors. CONDITION: Very Good in Very Good jacket; some reading wrinkles, in dw with 1" closed tear and 1/4" chip at top of spine; unclipped 12.95. $3.00

3467 Murphy, Barbara Beasley/Bill Murphy, illustrator. Home Free. Delacorte, 1970, 1st printing. Juvenile hardback. CONDITION: Very Good in Very Good jacket; ex-lib some marks. $2.00

18402 Murphy, Robert/John Kaufmann, illustrator. Wild Geese Calling. Dutton, 1966/1966, 2nd printing; brown cloth with flying goose in orange; 96 pp. Juvenile hardback. A Texas boy cares for a wounded wild gander and wins its trust. Winner of the Dutton Animal Book Award. CONDITION: Very Good without jacket; ex-lib, some marks (2 ep stamps, pocket traces), no exterior marks, crisp, appears unread. $3.00

3287 Murphy, Shirley Rousseau/Fritz Kredel, illustrator. Elmo Doolan and the Search for the Golden Mouse. Viking, 1970, 1st printing; 125 pp. Juvenile hardback. An early S.R. Murphy. CONDITION: Very Good in Very Good jacket; ex-lib some marks, flaps glued. $3.00

8476 Murphy, Shirley Rousseau. The Flight of the Fox. NY: Atheneum, 1978, 1st printing (Jr Lit Gld Book Club) Juvenile hardback. CONDITION: Good in Very Good jacket; ex-lib some marks. $2.00

18407 Myers, Walter Dean. The Young Landlords. New York: Viking, (1979) 2nd printing; brown boards, in jacket with Paul standing in front of his building with keys, 8vo; 198 pp Juvenile hardback. "In this fast paced, high spirited romp, five devoted friends try - against all odds - to make their Harlem neighborhood a better place to live." CONDITION: Very Good in Very Good jacket; ex-lib, some marks; edges dusty and soiled, pages flat and clean, unclipped 8.95. $3.00

14502 Naramore, Elizabeth/photos, illustrator. William and His Friends: A Group of Notable Creatures in the Metropolitan Museum of Art Herded Together. New York: Viking 1936/1936; cream cloth with tiny and accurate sepia museum animals in an allover pattern; green endpapers, in jacket identical to boards; 5.25x7.25"; np. Picture book small hardback. Photos of a wild array of museum animals, juxtaposed at the pleasure of the author, a Delft cow, a 20th c peccary, a thousand year old lion, a modern blue glass elephant. CONDITION: Very Good in Good jacket; corners bumped, erasure rep, in jacket with top edgewear all along, narrow 3/4" chip on front affecting title, top half inch of spine worn off, closed spine crease tear; unclipped.75 $3.00

SOLD 15481 Nash, Mary/Garrett Price, illustrator. Mrs. Coverlet's Magicians. Boston: Little Brown and Company/ Weekly Reader Book Club, 1962/1961; tan boards with portrait of Toad; 8vo; 189 pp. Juvenile hardback. Mrs. Coverlet wins a baking contest and must leave the Persever children to go to the Bake-Off. Toad, the youngest, packs all six of his cats in his pillowcase and runs away. CONDITION: Very Good Plus in Very Good jacket; rumpled and very edgeworn jacket with soiled back, includes bookmark and form on rear flap; unclipped 3.25. $3.00

18411 Nastick, Sharon/Judy Glasser, illustrator. Mr. Radagast Makes an Unexpected Journey. New York: Thomas Y. Crowell, 1981, stated 1st printing; black boards, library binding not WRBC, cream jacket with scene of Mr. R. in the classroom, wide 8vo; 85 pp. Juvenile hardback. While trying to prove the scientific theory that objects can be willed to disappear, a seventh-grade class comes up with some unexpected results. CONDITION: Very Good in Very Good jacket; ex-lib, some marks; slight slant, unclipped 8.79.  $3.00

4295 Naylor, Phyllis Reynolds. Walking Through the Dark. Atheneum, 1976, 1st printing; 212 pp. Juvenile hardback. At the bottom of the Depression, a family learns about its strength, with a vivid picture of life in 1932. CONDITION: Very Good in Very Good jacket; ex-lib, few marks, as new, new library pocket on coloured rear front endpaper, no other markings inside or out, uncirculated; unclipped 6.95. $3.00

3311 Neville, Emily Cheney. Garden of Broken Glass. Delacorte, 1975, 1st printing. Juvenile hardback. CONDITION: Good in Very Good jacket; ex-lib some marks. $3.00

10748 Newman, Robert/Peter Burchard, illustrator. Night Spell. NY: Atheneum, 1977, 1st printing. Clothbound, 212 pp. Juvenile hardback. "Recently orphaned Tad conjures up a friend who helps him unravel the mysteries surrounding the rich, distant relative he now lives with." CONDITION: Good Plus in Very Good jacket; ex-lib some marks. $2.00

15673 Newman, Robert. The Case of the Baker Street Irregulars. New York: Atheneum, 1978, 1st printing; tan endpapers, 8vo; 216 pp. Juvenile hardback. "Brought to London under mysterious circumstances by his tutor, a young boy obtains the help of Sherlock Holmes when his tutor is kidnapped and he himself is threatened with the same fate." CONDITION: Fair in Very Good jacket; ex-lib, some marks, hinges cracked in two places; extrems worn and faded; nice unclipped jacket 7.95. $1.00

18418 Newman, Robert. The Case of the Threatened King. NY: Atheneum, 1982, (stated 1st printing) Junior Lit Guild book club edition. Clothbound, 212 pp. Juvenile hardback. When Sara Wiggins and a friend disappear, Andrew and Inspector Wyatt's investigation leads to a plot against a visiting king. CONDITION: Good in Very Good jacket; ex-lib some marks; 1/8" slant, very rubbed board edges, all pages flat and clean; in jacket with faded spine. $3.00

3902 Ney, John. Ox Goes North. Lippincott, 1973, 1st printing. Juvenile hardback. Palm Beach rich kid meets Old New England and Kennedy-like clan. Funny. CONDITION: Reading Copy in Good jacket; ex-lib, some marks, broken front hinge. $1.00

16909 Ney, John. Ox the story of a kid at the top. Boston: Little Brown, 1970, 1st printing; 140 pp. Juvenile hardback. Ox Olmstead, a big, smart, rich kid who has dropped out of school, wanders into a week-long odyssey from Palm Beach to California and Mexico with his alcoholic father.  CONDITION: Very Good in Very Good jacket; ex-lib, some marks, stamps and numbers on title page; unclipped 4.95. $3.00

18420 Ney, John. Ox the story of a kid at the top. Boston: Little Brown, 1970, stated 1st printing; 140 pp. Juvenile hardback.  CONDITION: Very Good in Very Good jacket; ex-lib, some marks; straight, clean pages, spot on bottom edge, nice jacket; unclipped 4.95. $3.00

3758 Ney, John. Ox Under Pressure. Lippincott, 1976, 1st printing. Juvenile hardback. CONDITION: Good in Good jacket; ex-lib some marks. $2.00

6944 Ney, John. Ox Under Pressure. Lippincott, 1976, 1st printing. Juvenile hardback. CONDITION: Good Minus in Very Good jacket; ex-lib some marks, endpaper removed. $2.00

2895 Nirodi, Hira. Chikka. Reilly & Lee, 1962, 1st printing; 154 pp. Juvenile hardback. Chikka, a lively and unsophisticated village boy, comes to the Bangalore to work for a kind Indian family, who encourage his love for learning. Written with detailed care by an young Indian woman, a Fulbright scholar, and who once knew a Chikka. CONDITION: Near Fine without jacket; corner bumped. $3.00

15438 Norris, Gunilla/Richard Cuffari, illustrator. Standing in the Magic. New York: Dutton, 1974, Junior Literary Guild Book Club; 74 pp. Juvenile hardback. Brady says he can use the ring he found in the sandbox to make magic. As far as Joel is concerned, all Brady's stories seem to be true, even though his mother says Brady is a liar from a trashy family. CONDITION: Very Good in Very Good jacket; ex-lib, some marks; tape stains quite visible on white boards. $3.00

5674 North, Sterling. Raccoons are the Brightest People. Dutton, 1966, stated 1st printing, 192 pp. Juvenile hardback. CONDITION: Near Fine in Very Good jacket; in dw with light edgewear all around esp at spines; unclipped 4.95. $3.00

7350 North, Sterling/John Shoenherr, illustrator. Rascal. Dutton, 1963/1963, 5th; 189 pp. Juvenile hardback. The classic novel/memoir of a boy and his pet raccoon and "a Better Era"; winner of the first Dutton Animal Book Award, read aloud on NPR's The Spiderweb. CONDITION: Very Good Plus in Good jacket; gift inscription, dw darkening, four tears to 1", corner chips; unclipped 3.95. $3.00

6028 North, Sterling/John Shoenherr, illustrator. Rascal. Dutton, 1963, 5th 189 pp. Not a Family Bookshelf selection Juvenile hardback. CONDITION: Very Good in Very Good jacket; name and address front endpaper. $3.00

3054 North, Sterling/John Sheoenherr, illustrator. The Wolfling. Dutton, 1969/1969, 2nd printing; Family Bookshelf, 222 pp. Juvenile hardback. CONDITION: Fine in Near Fine jacket; lightly soiled dw; unclipped 5.95. $3.00

3666 Norton, Andre. The Opal-eyed Fan. Dutton, 1977, 1st printing. Juvenile hardback. CONDITION: Good in Very Good jacket; ex-lib some marks. $2.00

2611 Norton, Mary. Poor Stainless. HBJ, 1966, 1st printing; library binding. Juvenile hardback. CONDITION: Good without jacket; ex-lib some marks. $2.00

9411 Nyce, Vera/Helene Nyce, illustrator. A Jolly Christmas at the Patterprints. Parents, (1971), 27 pp. Picture Book Hardback. Charming watercolours, with strong contrast, of mice on a Christmas night, first written, but not published, by the Nyce sisters at the turn of the century. CONDITION: Very Good without jacket; edges and extremities bumped and worn; interior flat and clean. $2.00

2976 O'Dell, Scott/Milton Johnson, illustrator. The Dark Canoe. Houghton, Mifflin, 1968, 1st printing; 165 pp. Juvenile hardback. About a New England whaling captain obsessed with Moby Dick. CONDITION: Very Good in Very Good jacket; ex-lib some marks. $3.00

7266 Oleson, Claire/Margot Tomes, illustrator. For Pepita - An Orange Tree. Doubleday, 1967, 1st printing. Reinforced full colour pictorial binding, 7.5x10.5; c 50 pp. Picture Book Hardback. CONDITION: Very Good Plus without jacket; owner's name inked out. $3.00

15329 Opie, Iona and Peter/Maurice Sendak, illustrator. I Saw Esau. Cambridge, (1992), 3rd printing; 160 pp. Juvenile hardback. The Schoolchildren's Pocket Book, 174 traditional rhymes and jingles edited by the Opies and illustrated by Sendak, with notes. CONDITION: Very Good Plus in Fine jacket; dw sticker shadow, top spine edge bumped with spot; unclipped 19.95. $3.00

11284 Orlev, Uri. Lydia, Queen Of Palestine. Houghton Miffin, 1993/1991,170 pp. Juvenile hardback. CONDITION: Very Good in Very Good jacket; ex-lib some marks. $3.00

3501 Ormondroyd, Edward/Ruth Robbins, illustrator. Castaways on Long Ago. Parnassus, 1973, 2nd. Juvenile hardback. CONDITION: Very Good in Very Good jacket; ex-lib some marks. $3.00

2614 Ormondroyd, Edward/John M. Larreq, illustrator. Theodore. Oakland: Parnassus 1966 2nd Picture Book Hardback. CONDITION: Very Good without jacket; ex-lib, some marks. $1.00

16914 Orton, Helen Fuller/Robert Doremus, illustrator. Mystery up the Winding Stair. Philadelphia: Lippincott, (1948,) 7th; plain dark green library rebindings, 8vo; 120 pp. Juvenile Hardback. Four cousins staying with their grandfather solve the mystery of an intruder in the old stone house and find a lost treasure. CONDITION: Rebinding Error without jacket; ex-lib, some marks, one old tape repair, quite clean and straight but with pp 129/120 bound in first! $2.00

5444 Ottley, Reginald/David Parry, illustrator. The Roan Colt. HarcourtBW, 1977, 1st printing U.S.; 159 pp. Juvenile hardback. An Australian boy learns horse riding and the rigors of outback cattle station life. CONDITION: Good in Good jacket; ex-lib some marks. $2.00

18435 Ottley, Reginald/David Parry, illustrator. The Roan Colt. Harcourt, Brace, & World, 1977/1966, stated 1st printing US; blue cloth boards in jacket with the boy riding the roan colt; 8vo; 159 pp. Juvenile hardback. A wood and water boy learns horse riding and the rigors of outback cattle station life and takes the first steps to becoming a real cattleman. Sequel to Boy Alone. CONDITION: Very Good in Very Good jacket; ex-lib, some marks; light soils to endpapers, in jacket with 2" closed tear; unclipped 3.25. $3.00