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16259 The School in our Village by Goldman, ill Ardizzone.

The School in Our Village.

A charming narrative of the life of a school and the relationship of a gifted teacher (the author) to her children, set in an old one room primary school in the Cotswolds. The children in Ardizzone's illustrations show their individual characters and feeling of belonging in this fine school.

$50.00

 

Chez Tante Gertrude written and illustrated by Jean Manfredi, Falmmarion [1935].

Chez Tante Gertrude: une joyeuse journee....

Aunt Gertrude keeps a school: on the first page we see the moms bringing their little ones, next her little pupils sit in a circle and watch her intently. A great book. Note: This book has been SOLD.

$12.00

 

Robert Francis Weatherbee. written/illus by Munro Leaf. Lippincott (1935).

Robert Francis Weatherbee.

The absurd story of RFW who refused to go to school, but, at last as grown-up, realized that his career options were limited so he Went To School and learned to read and write and count and had a good time. The end. Please note: THIS BOOK HAS BEEN SOLD

$32.00

 

The Last Bus by William Mayne / Margery Gill, ill. Hamish Hamilton, 1962, 1st pr

The Last Bus.

One of an excellent series of books for young readers by famous authors. Please note: THIS BOOK HAS BEEN SOLD

$32.00

 

Hilda and her Doll.

Hilda and her Doll.

Hilda played happily in her Greneda, West Indies home, unaware that she was soon to be sent thousands of miles away, to France, to school. Her father felt the experience of "finding her level" would be good for her character, but for a long time she was miserable at school. Her classmates teased her for the wonderful gift her nurse had given her, a beautiful handmade West Indian doll. The international flavour of this book keeps it from being a Sunday School tract.

$45.00

 

20098 The Peek-a-Boos At School by Byron, Chloe Preston ill.

The Peek-a-Boos At School.

Here Jane, Kenneth, and Algernon with assorted smuggled pets and goodies are sent away to Boarding School. Jane refuses to take 2 from 7.... "Why can't I leave it where it is?" and no one wants to weave silly mats. This McLoughlin publication is simpler, with American references, and 6, not 8, coloured illustrations with the register is a bit off on some. That said, May Byron and Chloe Preston make wonderfully funny team!

$42.00

 

Children of the Dust Bowl: The True Story of the School At Weedpatch Camp.

The story of the creation of a community school in California for farm worker families from the Okie migration.

$18.00

 

The Secret of the Dark Tower.

Ken and Ricky arrive in Switzerland to attend school for the year and soon become involved in a smuggling mystery.

$4.00

 

The Planet of Junior Brown.

Junior Brown and his homeless friend Buddy Clark hide out in a secret basement room with an intricate model of the solar system the janitor has built. When their truancy is discovered Buddy takes Jr. to live with him, shielding him from confinement.

$12.00

 

The Tamarack Tree.

In 1833, Bernadette, a live-in helper on a farm, has come to New England for good schooling. She befriends Miriam, a student at Prudence Crandall's school for black girls, but the community destroys the school. Sensitive, well written, based on fact.

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$10.00

 

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