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[BedrockBooks] FS-Sonlight, AO (-update) Paddle to Sea, Strawberry Girl, Child's Gard en, Matchlock
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shipping is $1 a book if you get at least 4, but it goes down if you go over 8, otherwise it's by weight starting at $3.25.

AO/Sonlight books and more:

THE ADVENTURES OF HUCKLEBERRY FINN, Twain, trade edition, exc cond, Illustratred Junior Library, 373 pp, McKay illustrator, $4

ABEL'S ISLAND, sc, exc. cond, $1
THE ADVENTURES OF UNC'BILLY POSSOM, hb, THORNTON BURGESS (author of Wind in the  Willows), FAMOUS BEDTIME STORYBOOKS, first inside blank page missing, first 3 adorable illustrations are neatly colored in, 192 pp, $6
ALL OF A  KIND FAMILY, older pb, $1
AMELIA BEDELIA, $1
PLAY BALL, AMELIA BEDELIA, An I Can Read Book, level 2 (gr 1-3), exc cond, $2
COME BACK, AMELIA BEDELIA, An I Can Read Book, level 2 (gr 1-3), name inside cover, $1
AMELIA BEDELIA GOES CAMPING, $2
AMARILLY OF CLOTHES-LINE ALLEY, 1915, 279 pp, hb, $1
ANDROCLES AND THE LION, 8 X 10, sc, exc cond, beautifully illustrated, colorful, $2
AND TO THINK THAT I SAW IT ON MULBERRY STREET, DR. SEUSS, hb,xlib,
needs some reinforcing, well used, $2

ARTEMIS FOWL, THE ARCTIC INCIDENT, hb,  exc cond, 270pp, $4
THE AUDUBON POETS, Volume II, THE JOURNEY CONTINUES, 246 pp, sc, exc cond, award winning poems, $1


BABAR AND FATHER CHRISTMAS,DE BRUNHOFF, sc, exc cond, 44 pp, 1940 first
edition, $2
A BARGAIN FOR FRANCES, hb, $2
BEATRIX POTTER'S NURSERY RHYME BOOK, with new reproductions from the original illustrations, exc cond, 10 x 10, hb, $10
BEATRIX POTTER'S PETER RABBIT TALES, Four complete stories, the original and authorized editions, new colour reproductions, 7 x 9, exc cond, sc, Peter Rabbit, Benjamin Bunny, Flopsy Bunnies, Mr. Tod, $9
BECAUSE OF WINN-DIXIE, $1
BELLE PRATER'S BOY, $2
BEN'S TRUMPET, $2
BIG BALLOON RACE, $3
BLUE WILLOW, hb, xlib, vg cond, " A little girl, who wants most of all to have a real home and to go to a regular school, hopes that the valley her family has come to, which so resembles the pattern on her treasured blue willow plate, will be their permanent home. "  $4
BOB, SON OF BATTLE, 8 x 10 hb, adapted and abridged for youth, 61 pp,
1960, vg cond, $3
A BOOK OF CHEERFUL CATS AND OTHER ANIMATED ANIMALS ,HB, 45 pp, exc cond, $1
THE BOOK OF THREE,  pb, "The fate of the peaceful kingdom of Prydain hangs in the balance as Taran... and the great warrior Gwydion pit their wits and strenght against the mighty forces of evil. Related i a simple, direct syle, this fast-paced tale of high adventure has a well-balanced blend of fantasy, realism, and humor."  RL 5.5, 224 pp, $3
THE BORROWERS,  excellent condition, $3
A BOUQUET OF FLOWERS,A Selection of poems and quotations, hb,1994,7 x 9, beautiful color paintings that include flowers illustrate this collection of poetry, Lord Byron, Shelley and other famous poets,  this is as much a book of beautiful classic art as it is of poems, $14
BRIDGE TO TERABITHIA, pb, ''$2

CALL IT COURAGE, $2
CALL OF THE WILD, pb, ''$1
THE CANADA GEESE QUILT, xlib, pb, ages 7 -10, $2
CANNONBALL SIMP,hb, 8x 10, WRE book club,xlib, well used, " Lovely story of an abandoned dog, who is not conventionally pretty, but has
imagination and courage and who escapes the dogcatcher when befriended by a circus clown.." $2
CAPTAIN POTTLE'S HOUSE, another great book by Barbara Cooney, the author of Ox-Cart Man(illustrator), Miss Rumphius, Chanticleer and the Fox, Roxaboxen, but this is a chapter book of 172 pp, illustrated by the author too, hb, "War Edition", unabridged,Cooney is an excellent author! and this is a difficult story in her collection to find. I wish I could keep it, vg cond, collectible, $28

CATHERINE CALLED BIRDY, Newbery, by Cushman, vg cond, 12 and up, 212 pp,$2
A CERTAIN SMALL SHEPHERD, hb, 8x 8, " Jamie is very unhappy because he
can not sing with the other children in the Christmas pageant. Jamie is
mute. Set in Appalachia."1965, xlib, vg cond, $3
CHEAPER BY THE DOZEN, pb, older, $1

A CHILD'S GARDEN OF VERSES, Stevenson, illus by Smith, hb, beautiful illustrations, over 100 pp, $12

A CHILD'S GOOD NIGHT BOOK, Margaret Wise Brown, xlib, hb, $1
THE CITY-COUNTRY ABC, My Alphabet Walk in the County, by Walters, xlib, turn the book around and it is My Alphabet Ride in the City, usual library cover bumps and tape, $3
CLIFFORD, THE BIG RED DOG, exc cond pb, $1
CLIFFORD'S KITTEN, 8 x 8 sc, exc cond, $1
CLIFFORD'S FAMILY, 8 X 8 sc, exc cond, $1
THE CHRISTMAS DOLLS, The Girls of the Good Day Orphanage, pb, exc cond,
96 pp, RL3, $3
CHRISTMAS IN CAMELOT, MAGIC TREEHOUSE #29 , hb, beautiful!, Osborne, $2
COMING ON HOME SOON, 8 x 10, $2
CORDUROY AT THE ZOO, HB,LIFT THE FLAP BOOK- fun discoveries on every page!! beautiful book, 8 x 8, $8
CURIOUS GEORGE GOES TO SCHOOL, vg cond, xlib, $1
THE COUNTRY BUNNY AND THE LITTLE GOLD SHOES, by DuBose Heyward, pictures by Hack, 1967 Scholastic pb, yellowed pp, vg cond, collectible, $8
CURIOUS GEORGE GOES TO THE HOSPITAL, pb, $1

DANNY AND THE DINOSAUR, pb, 64 pp, $2
DAYS WITH FROG AND TOAD, $2
THE DOOR IN THE WALL, hb, deAngeli, $2
DOWN HOLIDAY LANE, hb, 166 pp, a book of stories which acquaints children with the customs and ceremonies of the Jewish faith, this was published by Union of American Hebrew Congregations, so you know it is coming from that perspective. $5
DOZENS OF COUSINS, hb, 47 pp, exc cond, 7 x 9, The Bingle family of
Boston travel the world (to their cousins' homes) to find
Grandma's lost china cat for her upcoming birthday present, adorable
story, $7
DRAGONWINGS, Laurence Yep, hb, exc cond, xlib, "In the early 20th
century a young Chinese boy joins his father in San Francisco and helps
him realize his dream of making a flying machine." large print, $4
Dragonwings, pb, exc cond, $3

DRAGON'S GATE, hb, "When he accidentally kills a Mancho, a Chinese boy is sent to America to join his father, an uncle and other Chinese working to build a tunnel for the transcontinental railroad through the Sierra Nevada mountains in 1867." exc cond, xlib, $4
Dr. Seuss- I have several different titles- just ask.


EEYORE HAS A BIRTHDAY, A A Milne, hb, small 4 x 6, $1
THE EGYPT GAME, $2
EDNA ST. VINCENT MILLAY'S POEMS , selected for young people,hb, 113 pp, illustrated, America's foremost poetess,  60 in all, $6
ENCYCLOPEDIA BROWN, $1

FAMILY UNDER THE BRIDGE, pb, $1
FATHER BEAR COMES HOME, Minarik, pb, $1
FERDINAND, THE STORY OF , Leaf, xlib, The bull who liked flowers better
than fights, hb, $4
THE FERRYMAN, hb, xlib, title page removed, well used, $3
THE FIDDLER OF HIGH LONESOME, Crotchety old-man Fogle and his
rambunctious sons didn't think much of Bochamp, their new kinfolk. He
appeared out of nowhere, saying he'd come to live with them because he
was lonesome. And they all but sent him packing when they learned that he didn't hold with killing  critters. Why, everybody in the mountains hunted and shot varmints! But there was magic in Bochamp's fiddle that the Fogles couldn't resist, and they let him stay. Never had there been such dancing on Saturday nights as when Bochamp played his rollicking tunes! "vg cond, xlib $2
FINN FAMILY MOOMINTROLL, jansson, $3
FIVE TRUE DOG STORIES,'' $1

THE 500 HATS OF BARTHOLOMEW CUBBINS , Dr. Seuss, 8 x 11 pb, Scholastic,
1966, unusual edition, black and red cover, very slight deepening of
page color, TJ3558 on bottom right of cover, $10 or a well used xlib pb
copy, $2
FIDDLESTRINGS, Marguerite DeAngeli, hb, xlib,  144pp,"Newbery Award winning author relates a charming tale for children of an inherited violin and an Atlantic City vacation."  $12
THE FLEDGLING, $2
FLINTSTONE STORY BOOK, HB, 8 X 10, 125 PP, Hanna-Barbera authorized edition, pencil doodles inside front cover, shows wear, $3
FRECKLE FACE, hb, "Freckle face, freckle face," Ann was called and she
hated to be teased. Someone suggested the morning dew--another stump
water to remove freckles. Then Ann read an advertisement about "Freckle
Magic," but she had to earn $1.98 to pay for it. How did she do it? Did
she have rose petals or freckles? Surprise!" 32 pp, xschool lib, vg cond,$4
FROG AND TOAD ALL YEAR, $2
FROG AND TOAD ARE FRIENDS, $2
FROG AND TOAD TOGETHER, $1
FROM THE MIXED-UP FILES OF MRS. BASIL E. FRANKWEILER, pb, Newbery, $2


A GARLAND OF GAMES AND OTHER DIVERSIONS, this is an alphabet book beautifully illustrated , written as a poem, 8 x 10, pb, $3
A GATHERING OF DAYS,''$1
GEORGE THE DRUMMER BOY, An I Can Read Book, exc cond, 62 pp,$1
GEORGIE AND THE MAGICIAN,48 pp, hb, xlib, vg cond, elementary age, $1
GINGER PYE, Estes (author of Moffats), $2
A GIRL OF THE LIMBERLOST, exc cond, $3
THE GIVER, ''$2
THE GOLDEN GOBLET, pb,$2
GONE-AWAY LAKE,pb, ''$2
GOODNIGHT MOON, ''$2
THE GRAND ESCAPE, Phyllis Reynolds Naylor, pb, Yearling, exc cond, RL
4.2, $2

THE GREAT GILLY HOPKINS, newbery award, ages 10 and up, 178 pp, $2
THE GREY KING, hb, xlib, $2

HATCHET, $2
THE HAYMEADOW, Paulsen, author of Hatchet, pb, RL 5, '$1
HEDGIE'S SURPRISE, 8 X 10, pb, 32 pp, "a cute story about a speckled hen, a porcupine and some special eggs in the barnyard,"  adorable illustrations, $1
HEIDI, Spyri, Jr. Deluxe Edition, $6
HENRY HUGGINS, pb, $2
HIAWATHA, Henry Wadsworth Longfellow, 9 x 11 hb, with cover, exc cond, beautifully illustrated in pen and ink and watercolors by Susan Jeffers, $6  (or softcover for $3)
THE HIGH KING, Lloyd Alexander, pb,'' $1

HOME FIRES AT THE FOOT OF THE ROCKIES by Rod and Staff Publishers, 1998, hb, exc cond, #2280, 299 pp, sequel to Home Fires Beneath the Northern Lights, interesting and profitable reading for children of junior and intermediate age.  Canadian Rockies, $4

HOME FOR A BUNNY, MARGARET WISE BROWN, 9 X 12 hb, pictures by Garth
Williams, 1983, xlib, good cond (some tearing away at spine that needs
tape,adorable collectible bunny book, $3
HOMER PRICE, exc cond , pb, ''$2
THE HOUSE AT POOH CORNER, A A Milne, hb, Shepard illustrator, 180 pp,
school stamp inside covers, 1961, "Contents: In which a house is
built at Pooh corner for Eeyore -- In which Tigger comes to the forest
and has breakfast -- In which a search is organized, and Piglet nearly
meets the Heffalump again -- In which it is shown that Tiggers don’t
climb trees -- In which Rabbit has a busy day, and we learn what
Christopher Robin does in the mornings -- In which Pooh invents a new
game and Eeyore joins in -- In which Tigger is unbounced -- In which
Piglet does a very grand thing -- In which Eeyore finds the Wolery and
Owl moves into it -- In which Christopher Robin and Pooh come to an
enchanted place, and we leave them there. " exc cond, $10

THE ILLUSTRATED TREASURY OF POETRY FOR CHILDREN, " A New Collection of the best loved poems in the English language, especially selected for reading aloud or alone by young and old alike.  Here are poems of mirth and of sorrow, of everyday life and of high adventure, of the natural and of the supernatural, of the real and of the imaginary, of
sense and of nonsense, taken from a wide variety of distinguished poets from the ancient to the contemporary."338 pp, large book, 7 x 9 HB,  vg cond, $20

IMOGENE'S ANTLERS, exc cond, pb,'' $1
IN THE YEAR OF THE BOAR AND JACKIE ROBINSON, HB, a Chinese child comes to Brooklyn where she starts to fell at home and to make friends when she discovers baseball and the Brooklyn Dodgers,$1
INDIAN CAPTIVE, THE STORY OF MARY JEMISON,newbery, 298 pp pb, 10 and up, ''$2

THE IRON RING, Lloyd Alexander, hb, xlib, "Driven by a sense of honor, young King Tamar sets off on a perilous journey, with a significance greater than he can imagine, during which he meets talking animals, villainous and noble kings, demons, and the love of his life"  283 pp, $3
ISLAND OF BLUE DOLPHINS, PB, $2
IT'S LIKE THIS, CAT, 1996, 1964 Newbery Medal, ALA Notable, exc cond,''
$1
THE JAPANESE FAIRY BOOK, xlib, 66 illustrations, hb, unabridged
republication,296 pp, corners are bumped and worn edges of cover, $5
JARED'S ISLAND, Marguerite DeAngeli,  hb, exc cond,  "Jared sails from England and after a shipwreck lives with his Quaker relatives, running away to live with Indians at one point, and the 2 great surprises in store for him make a story full of small-boy adventures in the half-wild New Jersey of the 1760s"  Toms River, Barnegat, Tuckerton, Forked River are all mentioned and shown on the end papers map.  $20

A JAR OF DREAMS, Uchida, exc cond, pb, ages 8-12, 131 pp, $2
JIM BRIDGER'S ALARM CLOCK AND OTHER TALL TALES, hb, xlib, exc cond, Fleischman, 3 clever stories about the man who discovered the Great Salt Lake and the Petrified forest and the flat-topped mountain that became an alarm clock....$2
JOURNEY FROM PEPPERMINT STREET, National Book award for children's lit,
older pb, 242 yellowing pp, $2
JULIE OF THE WOLVES, pb exc cond, $3
THE JUNGLE BOOKS, Kipling, HB: SET OF 2- VOLUME 1 & 2, illus by Watson,
Doubleday, exc cond, 450 pp total, $20 for the set  
The Jungles Books, 332 pp, pb, $3

JUST ELLA, Haddix, ALA Best Book for young adults, ages 11-14, 218 pp, exc cond, "In this continuation of the Cinderella story, 15 yr old Ella finds that accepting Prince Charming's proposal ensnares her in a suffocating tangle of palace rules and royal etiquette, so she plots to escape."  $2
JUST SO STORIES, Kipling with his illustrations (35 of them), reprint of the first edition, exc cond, hb, $10
FAVORITE JUST SO STORIES, Kipling, 8 x 11, 70 page hb, beautiful edition, illustrated by Vestal, $9
THE FIRST BOOK OF JEWISH HOLIDAYS, 8 X 10 pb, introduces each of the Jewish holidays, elementary years, $3

KING OF THE WIND, pb, excc ond, $3

KNEE-KNOCK RISE, Babbitt, $2
LEGEND OF THE INDIAN PAINTBRUSH, 8 x 10, exc cond, pb, $2
LET THE CIRCLE BE UNBROKEN, sequel to Roll of Thunder, Hear My Cry, pb,
ages 10 and up, ''$2
THE LIGHT AT TERN ROCK Newbery honor book, pb, xlib,'' $1
THE LIGHT IN THE FOREST, Richter, pb, creased cover, white boy raised by Indians, torn between the claims of loyalty and blood, $1

THE LION IN THE BOX, MARGUERITE DE ANGELI, hb, xlib, 7 x 9, " Retells the events of a special Christmas for a poor family in New York City.  It would be a meager Christmas this year for Mama and her five small children. Recently widowed, Mama could get work only occasionally. Although poor in material things, the little family was rich in the
love and affection they shared with one another. The older girls, Betty and Rosie, did the housework when Mama was away, and with Lili, the middle child, they looked after Ben and the baby, Sooch. But on Christmas Eve, while Mama was away, something extraordinary happened..."  pen and ink illustrations, exc cond,"$20

A LITTLE PRINCESS,'' $1
THE LITTLES GO EXPLORING, $2
THE LITTLE ENGINE THAT COULD, $1
THE LITTLEST SNOWMAN, authorized edition, Tazewell,hb,$4
THE LITTLE TROLL, hb, 9 x 11, vg cond, beautiful illustrations filling pages, based on a folk tale, $6
LITTLE WOMEN, hb, , Louisa May Alcott, hb, Illustratred Junior Library, beautiful edition, 1947, ''$18

THE LONG WAY TO A NEW LAND, An I Can Read book, exc cond, ALA notable award, ages 4 - 8, $2

THE LORD IS MY SHEPHERD, THE TWENTY-THIRD PSALM, illustrated by
TASHA TUDOR, beautiful illustrated version of this Psalm, 5 x 7, hb, Tasha Tudor is one of the best illustrators of her time,  her illustrations are absolutely gorgeous and many collect her work,  $9
LYDDIE, Paterson, (same author as Jacob Have I Loved), ALA Notable,
multiple award winning story, 182 pp,'''' $1
LORD OF THE FLIES, pb, $1

MADELINE AND THE GYPSIES, HB, exc cond, $3
MAGIC BY THE LAKE, 190 pp, exc cond pb, $3
THE MAGIC HARE, Lynne Reid Banks (Author of Indian in the Cupboard series) pb, xlib, 49 pp, This bunny outwits giants and dragons, greedy kings and bad-tempered queens and even travels to the moon, $1
MANIAC MAGEE, Spinelli, pb, exc cond, Scholastic, RL5, $1
THE MATCHLOCK GUN, Newbery Medal winner, Edmonds $3
MATILDA BONE, Cushman, (same author as Midwife's Apprentice), x-lib pb,
$2
M.C. HIGGINS, THE GREAT, $2
MEGAN'S ISLAND, Roberts, Edgar Allan Poe Award, pb, 187 pp, "First 11 yr old Megan is astonished when her mother insists on taking her and her younger brother up to the lake cottage a week before school is out; then they find mysterious strangers following them" $2
MEG'S MYSTERIOUS ISLAND, "A young man and his spunky
little sister hope to escape the gossips of a small town in Maine by
agreeing to spend the winter in an isolated cabin on a remote island in
West Penobscot Bay. Boat yards, kittens, an island,the seal hole,
Christmas surprise, hiding place, blizzard, winter, rescue." collectible,$12
THE MIDNIGHT FOX, Byars, A Children's Book of the Year /Library of
Congress, $2

MISCHIEVOUS MEG, Astrid Lindgren (author of Pippi Longstocking), hb, 139 pp,xlib, $2
MISS PICKERELL AND THE GEIGER COUNTER, hb, xlib, $4
MISS PICKERELL GOES ON A DIG, hb xlib, $4
MISS PICKERELL MEETS MR. H.U.M. hb, xlib, $4
MISSING MAY, $1
MISTY OF CHINCOTEAGUE, PB, $3
MISTY OF CHINCOTEAGUE, HB, $6

MOLLY MULLETT, hb, 8 x 10 xlib, "Though everyone doubts she can do it,
young Molly Mullet sets out to rid the village of a marauding ogre" $4
MOONPAPPA'S MEMOIRS, JANSSON, $3

MOP TOP, Freeman, "An almost-six-year-old with a mass of floppy red hair tries to postpone the inevitable trip to Mr. Barberoli's barber shop." $2
MORE SILVER PENNIES, hb, a book of poetry for youth, including authors such as Marchette Chute, Elizabeth Coatsworth, Robert Frost, Rachel Field, and many more, 155 pp, $6
MOTHER WEST WIND'S NEIGHBORS, Thornton Burgess, hb, Printed in large, easy to read type, 223 pp except 10 pages (191- 210) are missing, so this is only $2 with any other order
MOUSE SOUP,'' $1
MOUSE TALES, pb, exc cond, $3

MR. PIPES COMES TO AMERICA, Douglas Bond, CLP, 194 pp, k, $4
MR. RABBIT AND THE LOVELY PRESENT, pb, $1
MRS. FRISBY AND THE RATS OF NIMH, O'Brien,Newbery, pb, ''' $1
MRS. GOOSE AND HER FUNNY FRIENDS, hb, xlib,  Hilarious antics
of Mrs. Goose of Animal town , 123 pp, vg cond, $4
MRS. PIGGLE-WIGGLE'S MAGIC, pb $1
MY SIDE OF THE MOUNTAIN, George, $3

NARGUN AND THE STARS, ages 10-14, RL 4.9, an outdoor adventure story, $3
NESTING DOLL RHYMES, 9 x 9, hb, inside is nesting dolls with a story, cut out on each page shows the nesting doll main characters, xlib, one tear on a page but nothing missing, very unusual, translated from the Russian, $4
NIGHTBIRDS ON NANTUCKET Joan Aiken, hb xlib, vg cond, 216 pp,$5

NORMA JEAN, JUMPING BEANS Step into Reading, Step 2, pb, spine has a tear, book ok otherwise, $1
NUMBER THE STARS,hb, $1
NUTCRAKER BALLET, THE STORY OF, pb, 8x 8, 32 pp, exc cond, $2
THE NUTCRACKER BALLET, STEP INTO READING,step 2 book, pb,vg cond,$1

THE OAK TREE, "Birds, people, bats, and other living things interact naturally with an oak tree over a period of twenty-four hours." hb, exc cond, would help youngest of students learn to tell time, xlib, $3
OFFICER BUCKLE AND GLORIA, 8 X 11, creased corner of cover, $2

OLD MOTHER WEST WIND, Thornton Burgess, pb, exc cond, Golden Anniversary Edition, 140 pp, $6
OLD POSSUM'S BOOK OF PRACTICAL CATS, T.S. ELIOT, sc, 55 pp, exc cond, $4
OL' PAUL, THE MIGHTY LOGGER, HB, "Being a true account off the seemingly incredible exploits and inventions of Great Paul Bunyan profusely illustrated with drawings made at the scene by the author Glen Rounds, and now republished in this special 40th Anniversary
edition", 92 pp, vg cond, $3
ONE HUNDRED AND ONE FAMOUS POEMS,with a prose supplement, pb, 182 pp , this has the photo of the poet next to their poem and has several classic poems,  index of poems and poets included for easy access, $5
ON THE FAR SIDE OF THE MOUNTAIN, sequel to My Side of the Mountain, Jean Craighead George, exc cond,''' $2
OVER SEA, UNDER STONE, Cooper, pb, $1
THE OWL AND THE PUSSYCAT, 8 X 10, SC,RL1, $2
OWL MOON, pb, 8 x 10, $2

PADDINGTON GOES TO TOWN, pb, $1
PADDINGTON BEAR, HB, xlib, $2
MORE ABOUT PADDINGTON, PB, k, $1
A BEAR CALLED PADDINGTON, pb, $2
THE LIFE AND TIMES OF PADDINGTON BEAR, hb, "Here,for the first time, all the elements of Paddington's eventful life story are brought together in an entertaining survey. ..encompasses an analysis of his complex character, and considers why this well0meaning but accident-prone marmalade-stained bear has attained such a sustained
level of popularity....." everything you ever wanted to know about Paddington, includes library and filmography and discopgraphy
appendices, exc cond, colorful,photos as well as illustrations, $12
MORE ABOUT PADDINGTON, Continues the adventures of the very small bear who becomes part of the Brown family of London, HB< exc cond, $6
PADDINGTON'S GARDEN, hb, 8 x 10, "When he sets out to make his own rock garden in the Brown's backyard, Paddington finds out it is alot of work."  bright and colorful picture book, $5

PADDLE TO THE SEA, Holling Clancy Holling, 9 x 12 hb, xlib, vg cond,"The story of a young boy in the Nipigon country, north of the Great lakes, carved the figure of an Indian in a canoe and journeys on the Great lakes, Saint Lawrence River and over Niagara Falls and finally reaches the Altantic. A Caldecott Honor Book." $20

PATCHES, pb, youth fiction, a story about a boy and his pets (patches is his pet sheep), in Alaska, cover well worn,faith-based, $2
THE PERILOUS GARD, NEWBERY Medal winner, pb, k, $2
PETER PAN, Little Golden Book, vg cond,1989, 50 cents
PETUNIA, HB, xlib,  $4
PIPPI LONGSTOCKING, exc cond, $2
PLAIN GIRL, sorensen, pb, k, $1
A POCKET FULL OF POSIES, A MERRY MOTHER GOOSE, Marguerite de Angeli,
8 x 10, This is Marguerite's illustrations with popular Mother Goose rhymes such as hot cross buns, mother who lived in a shoe, Little boys are made of, Ole King Cole and many more , beautiful, exc cond, was a school library book but looks like it was never used, HB,$10

POEMS, small pb, illus by Joan Walsh Anglund, (adorable illustrations many in color), $2
PRINCE CASPIAN, C S Lewis, pb, '' $2
THE PRINCESS AND THE GOBLIN, MacDonald, cover torn, $1
PYGMALIAN , Shaw, $2
QUACK-QUACK, The Story of a little wild duck, by Berta and Elmer Hader,
hb, xlib, "Story of a wild baby duck who after being
taken from his family, faces difficulties trying to find and rejoin
them." $5

RABBIT HILL, pb,'' $2
RAGGEDY ANN AND ANDY'S FRIENDLY FAIRIES, hb, xlib, amazing
illustrations!, unpageinated but 90 pp, includes 3 little gnomes, the
happy rattle, recipe for a happy day, grandfather Skeeterhawk, crow talk,the fairy ring, Mr. and Mrs. Thumbkins, Old, rough stone and the gnarled tree, Sally Migrundy, How Johnny Cricket saw Santa Claus, Twin Sisters,Little Thumbkin's good deed, the wishbone, Tim Tim Tamytam, Change of Coats, edges are worn, inside very good cond and binding is solid, $18
RALPH S. MOUSE, Cleary, pb, $1
RASCAL, Sterling North, pb,'' $1
RASCAL, HB, xlib, $3
THE RIFLE, PB,Paulsen, $1
RIFLES FOR WATIE, newbery honor book, pb, $3
A RING OF ENDLESS LIGHT, Madeleine L'Engle, pb, exc cond, $2
THE RIVER, sequel to HATCHET, Paulsen, pb, exc cond, RL 5.9, ''$3
ROLL OF THUNDER, HEAR MY CRY, a favorite of ours, Mildred Taylor, pb,
$2
RUFUS M. BY ELEANOR ESTES, pb, $3  (SEE Middle Moffat also by Estes)
RUNAWAY BUNNY, Margaret Wise Brown, pb, exc cond, '' $2

THE SAILOR DOG, Margaret Wise Brown, exc cond 8 x 11, Garth williams illustrator, $3
SAM THE MINUTEMAN, AN I CAN READ BOOK, exc cond, pb, 62 pp, $1
SARAH PLAIN AND TALL, pb, ''$2
SAVING SHILOH, conclusion to the Shiloh trilogy, by Phyllis Reynolds
Naylor, pb,  $3
THE SECRET GARDEN, HB, TASHA TUDOR ILLUSTRATOR, beautiful, collectible edition. Tudor is my all time favorite illustrator- gorgeous! book by Frances Hodgson Burnett, $20
SECRET OF THE ANDES, ages 10-14, pb, exc cond, $3
SHADOW OF A BULL, ages 8-12, $3
SHE SELLS SEASHELLS, Hello Readers, Grades 1-2,xlib, pb, vg cond,$1
SHILOH, pb, $2
SIGN OF THE BEAVER, pb,''' $3
THE SILVER PENCIL, Dalgliesh, pb, Newbery, RL6, ''$3
SING DOWN THE MOON, pb, exc cond, ''$2
SIR GIBBIE, Geroge Macdonald, Young Reader's Library, sc, edited for
young readers by Lindskoog, 218 pp, exc cond, $2
SKIPPACK SCHOOL, Being the story of Eli Shrawder and of one Christopher Dock, schoolmaster about the year 1750. Marguerite De Angeli, hb, xlib,  exc cond, "The story of an 18th c. German immigrant family and schoolmaster from Germantown, PA.in a Mennonite community"  $20
SLEEPING BEAUTY,  Little Golden Book, 1985, 50 cents
SOCKS, PB, Cleary, $3
SONG AND DANCE MAN, 8 X 11, $2
SONG OF THE SWALLOWS, pb, $2
SONNETS FROM THE PORTUGUESE and other love poems, ELIZABETH BARRETT BROWNING, hb, beautiful book, 66 poems, more than the normal sonnets that she secretly wrote to her husband.... he called her his "portuguese" , $10
SOUNDER, Newbery, pb, 1973 scholastic, $1
SOUP. pb, $1
SPRINGTIME FOR JEANNE-MARIE, sc, A charming little
story about springtime and a pet white duck and a pet white sheep.. $5
THE STAR FISHER, pb, $2
STAR IN THE STORM, set in Newfoundland, dog story, $3
STONE FOX, pb,'' $1
THE STORY ABOUT PING , pb, $2
THE STRANGE CASE OF DR. JEKYLL AND MR. HYDE, pb, $1
STRANGER ON BIG HICKORY, Stephen W. Meader, HB,xlib , vg cond, 186  pp,$12
STRAWBERRY GIRL, Lenski, beautiful hardback, exc cond, xlib, lovely illustrations, $10

SUKI AND THE WONDER STAR, Word books,name/address on first inside page, $1
SUMMER OF MY GERMAN SOLDIER, pb, $3
SWALLOWING STONES, jr.high- high school level, pb, over 250 pp, $1
THE SUMMER OF THE SWANS, Byars, Newbery honor, exc cond, 129 pp, Puffin
pb, $2

THE TALE OF THE FLOPSY BUNNIES, pb, Potter, gorgeous artwork, $3
THE TALKING EGGS, Caldecott, Reading Rainbow book, RL3, 9 x 9 ,
colorfully illustrated, beautiful, $3
TARAN WANDERER, pb, Dell Yearling, " Indeed the originality and the poetic richness of much of the author's invention is so haunting that one often yearns to linger and not be rushed with such astonishing facility into fresh surprises.  A remarkable panorama of humor, terror and high adventure"   rl 6.6, 272 pp, closed tear on back cover, $3
THEE, HANNAH!, hb, Marguerite DeAngeli, exc cond, "9 year old Hannah, a Quaker living in Philadelphia just before the Civil War, longs to have some fashionable dresses like other girls but comes to appreciate her heritage and its plain dressing when her family saves the life of a runaway slave."  8.5 x 8 edition, some color illustrations, $20

THERE WAS AN OLD WOMAN WHO SWALLOWED A FLY hb, music score too, $3
THE TOWN MOUSE AND THE COUNTRY MOUSE, bank street ready to read, $1
THIS OLD MAN, 8 x8, pages have cut outs for numbers, nice, $2
THOMAS AND PERCY AND THE DRAGON, Step into reading step 1, $1
THY FRIEND OBADIAH, pb, exc cond, $2.50
TRACKER, Paulsen, ALA Best book for young adults, 90 pp, $2

TREASURY OF ANIMAL STORIES, 9 X 11, SC, 45 traditional stories about animals,well illustrated in color,various authors, $6
A TREASURY FOR FOUR YEAR OLDS, 8 X 10 HB, beautiful, A COLLECTION OF STORIES, FAIRY TALES, AND NURSERY RHYMES, 2003, adorable color illustrations on every page, large and bright, Henny-Penny, Mulberry Bush and many more, 94 pp, $9

TROLL TREASURY OF CHRISTMAS, edited by John Miles, "Poems, Bible stories,fiction, carols, informational articles, customs, love, and handicraftsvrelating to Christmas" 95 pp, 8 x 10, sc, includes Night before Christmas, OvChristmas Tree, Nutcracker, Ornaments of Flour Clay, Elves and Shoemaker, Jolly Old Saint Nicholas, Growing
your own miniature Christmas tree, and much more, vg cond, $5

TROUBLING A STAR, Madeleine L'Engle, pb, exc cond, $3
TUCK EVERLASTING, pb,xlib, $1
TUCKER'S COUNTRYSIDE, illus by  Garth Williams, 167 pp, $2
TWENTY AND TEN, pb, exc cond Claire Huchet Bishop, $3 (a favorite here)

UNCLE BENNIE GOES VISITING, hb. xlib, " Uncle Bennie, a grocery clerk in the city, spends his summer on Jamie"s farm. " 1966, $2
UNCLE JED'S BARBERSHOP, Coretta Scott King award, 9 x 11 hb, "Sarah Jean's Uncle Jed, the only black barber in the county pursues his dream of saving enough money to open his own barbershop"  full page illustrations, $3
UNCLE WIGGILY TO THE RESCUE, All Aboard books, sc, 8 x 8, $1

THE VALENTINE CAT, CLYDE ROBERT BULLA, hb with mylar dj, xlib, 1959, last inside blank page torn from library pocket removal,"the story of the homely little black cat and the artist who befriended him with simplicity and suspense...royal princess, palace guards, shoemaker, and more" $5
A VISIT To WILLIAM BLAKE'S INN, Poems for innocent and experienced
travelers,  $3

WALK TWO MOONS, 280 pp, RL5,'' $2
WHEN HITLER STOLE PINK RABBIT pb, ALA Notable award, ''$3
WHEN THE RAIN STOPS, HB, 7 x 9, "After a downpour a little girl and her father go out to pick blackberries encountering a variety of wildlife on the way."  beautiful full page watercolor illustrations,$3
WHERE THE BUFFALOES BEGIN, 8 x 8 sc, vg cond, Caldecott winner, $4
THE WHIPPING BOY, Newbery Honor, "A prince and his whipping boy have many adventures when they inadvertently trade places after becoming involved with dangerous outlaws" pb,'' $2

WHISPERING MOUNTAIN, Aiken, (author of Wolves of Willoughby Chase), pb,
$2
THE WHISPERING RABBIT AND OTHER STORIES, Margaret Wise Brown,62 pp, hb,
1965,adorable, colorful illustrations, $6
WHITE FANG, $2
WHY MOSQUITOES BUZZ IN PEOPLE'S EARS, West African folk tale, sc, exc, $3
THE WILLOWS IN WINTER, sequel to Wind in Willows, exc cond sc, xlib, 294pp, beautiful, $5
THE WIND IN THE WILLOWS, nice sc,'' $3
THE WIND IN THE WILLOWS, HB,  x 11, unabridged, beautiful edition, with many full page color illustrations, exc cond, $20
WINNIE-THE-POOH, A A Milne, older pb, 162 pp, $1
WINNIE-THE-POOH, A A Milne, hb, 162 pp, $3

THE WINTER ROOM, Paulsen, pb, $2
THE WITCH OF BLACKBIRD POND, pb, Newbery, creases on covers, back cover
has been re-taped on, ''$2
WOLVES OF WILLOUGHBY CHASE, Aiken, pb, vg cond, RL5.6, $3
A WRINKLE IN TIME, Madeleine L'Engle, pb, vg cond, '''$3
A YEAR DOWN YONDER, Peck, sequel to A Long Way from Chicago, hb, exc
cond, beautiful, 2000, 132 pp, $

YOLONDA'S GENIUS, "After moving from Chicago to Grand River, Michigan,
fifth grader Yolonda, big and strong for her age, determines to prove
that her younger brother is not a slow learner but a true musical genius" $2

ZIA, sequel to Island of Blue Dolphins, by O'Dell,$2
A GUIDE TO THE MEDAL AND HONOR BOOKS,1998, includes an author index and title index, exc cond, $2


















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