Catalogue #22, July 2016. ModernJuvenile literature from 1920s onward.
Peter and Santa run away to join an unsuspecting uncle in Cob's Circus. Note: This book has been sold.
More amazing stories! Where are my glasses?; B.'s Portable Car Park; Prof. B. on the Scrap Heap; The Pipes of Pandemonium; Mrs. Flittersnoop's Birthday Present. Hunter's first two books were from the 30's; the later ones after retirement in the 70's.
More memories of country life at the turn of the century.
Henry and his business associate, Midge Glass, start a very organized daycare for the summer. And the first to appear is a powerful four-year-old called Danny. "Keith Robertson and Robert McCloskey, who might have known or been Henry Reed at one point of their lives, write about and picture him in a way that is both dead-pan serious and riotously funny." dw blurb.
Twenty-two Irish legends collected by Kathleen Foyle
Curry's third children's novel, a real life adventure/fantasy set in Wales and the kingdom of the Fair Folk during the reign of Elizabeth I.
Two weeks with his parents and older sister gone: Victor stays up late and does as he pleases. Then he begins to see musical lizards on TV late at night. Victor investigates. A funny book.
With coveted "Leonard Prize for Literature" sticker! A very funny, surreal book that's a bit hard to summarize.
Nicholas, a Cotswold wool producer's son, together with his fiancee and his best friend, foils the plotting of two visiting Lombards and saves his father's business. Many detailed illustrations of the trade.
An alchemist involves two boys in black magic of the 1600's that may destroy them.