Canada

21321 The Valley of Color Days by Sandwell.

The Valley of Color Days.

A long fairy story by a Canadian writer, set in a valley between the Rockies and the Selkirk Mountains. The very kind fairies who watch over the valley see that the children have been ignored while their parents argue. They set about to make everyone happy again. Bright funny colour plates in the style of Charles Robinson or perhaps a cheerful Harry Clarke. SIGNED and briefly INSCRIBED by Helen Sandwell at Invermere BC, 1924

$75.00

 

Thorny's Hideaway.

Two American children visit a ranch in Alberta for the summer. Before they are even off the train, they meet a tough little runaway named Thorny. Note: This Book Has Been Sold.

$28.00

 

Hunter in the Dark.

Mike Rankin, stricken with leukemia, revives his old dream of going out into the bush. Set in Canada.

$18.00

 

Mouse Woman and the Vanished Princesses by Christie Harris, Tait, ill.

Mouse Woman and the Vanished Princesses.

"It was in the days of very long ago, when things were different." Among the narnauks great and small who roamed the Northwest was Mouse Woman, a tidy, proper soul. When the princesses of the people began to disappear, she offered her quiet help. Canadian Library Assoc. Award, IBBY Award.

$12.00

 

Mouse Woman and the Muddleheads by Christie Harris, Tait, ill.

Mouse Woman and the Muddleheads.

"It was in the days of very long ago, when things were different." Among the narnauks great and small who roamed the Northwest was Mouse Woman, a tidy, proper soul who never could stand a muddlehead.

$10.00

 

Kata by Cecil.

Kata, Son of Red Fang.

Kata's mother was a purebred German Shepard and his father one of the largest Canadian timber wolves ever seen. Kata gradually began to trust Jack's family and to help around their small farm. But as he grew older he had to chose between the wild and Jack's friendship.

$12.00

 

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