The River at Green Knowe

The River at Green Knowe

Ida, Oskar, and Ping, left on their own for the holiday, discover the wonderful manor of Green Knowe and canoe among the river islands to magic. Please note: THIS BOOK IS SOLD.



Moon of Gomrath by Alan Garner. N. Y. Collins 1979/1963, 1st US printing.

The Moon of Gomrath.

"The Moon of Gomrath is the one night of the year when the Old Magic is at its most powerful. Had Colin and Susan known this, they would have never lit a fire on the landmark known as the Beacon. But now no one is safe--the horsemen called the Wild Hunt are awake and on the ride. There will be a battle, and the outcome will depend on three unlikely champions: Susan, Colin, and their ally, the wizard Cadellin." Blurb. A publisher's file copy, with "Marketing Department, Children's Books, The Putnam Publishing Group" and address stamped in red on free front endpaper. Garner's second book, strong in plot and action.



14511 Enemy at Green Knowe by Boston

An Enemy at Green Knowe

An alchemist involves two boys in black magic of the 1600's that may destroy them.





Two doll creatures were brought to life and then discarded by the Smith twins, one a little green man made of an honesty pod and other green things, the other a paper doll called Arabella. They became fast friends as they tried to save the twins. Please note: THIS BOOK HAS BEEN SOLD



Stirabout Stories (West of Widdershins.) by Barbara Sleigh; Ambrus, ill.

Stirabout Stories (West of Widdershins.)

Stories of magic, old and new, involving everyday things looked at afresh and stirred "widdershins." Note: This Book Has Been Sold.



The Magician's Animals.

The busy mother hen was trying to keep her chicks quiet. These are the Why? tales she told them about the great magician who was responsible for everything in the world.



The Magic Grandfather.

Other people sensed that Sam's grandfather was somehow different, but only Sam knew of the magic he could perform. One day, Sam accidentally let his grandfather go to another world ... Then Sam needed to know some magic fast.



The Flight of Dragons.

All about 'em, fact & fancy, physics and a romantic notion that they existed.



The Shop on Wheels.

When ordinary things went into the little shop on wheels, they turned magical.



Shoes Fit For a King. Bill, Helen E. /Louis Slobodkin, ill.Franklin Watts, (1956

Shoes Fit For a King.

A fairy tale about some overconfident shoes. Please note: THIS BOOK HAS BEEN SOLD



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