59-167 EVERY CHILD'S STORY BOOK:
A Horn of Plenty of the Best
Reading for Boys and Girls . .
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(7 to 11 yrs.)-A large book packed with entertaining reading . Included
are short stories, chapters from longer books, folk tales, poems, quizzes,
jokes and riddles. Selected by Mcugaret Martignoni, illustrated by Gioia
JACK AND JILL MYSTERY BOOK .
(8 to 12 yrs.)-A collection of twenty short mystery stories which were
very popular when they appeared in the magazine, "Jack and Jill."
Edited by Ada Campbell Rose, illustrated by Ursula Koering.
56-1 60 ESMERALDA AHOY!
A splendid sailing story and an exciting mystery. Two brothers and two
sisters encounter even more adventures than expected when they sail
their fifteen-foot ship down the Thames River from London to the Sea.
By Elisabeth Fairholme and Pamela Powell, illustrated by Peter Spier.
57-226 TREE HOUSE ISLAND .
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(8 tol2 yrs.)-ln this excellent mystery story the boys who dare lo prove
their suspicions, and the adults in the small town of Goose Harbor, are
individual and interesting characters. The suspense holds to the last
poge. By Scott Corbett, illustrated by Gordon Hansen.
E 59-138 PIPPI IN THE SOUTH SEAS .
(8 tol2 yrs.)-This is the newest of the immensely funny stories about
the little girl who was not exactly bad, but whose imagination and inde–
pendence made her quite a problem to the grown-ups, and a special
joy to other children. By Astrid Lindgren, illustrated by Louis S. Glanzman .
Earlier Pippi stories are
59-1 32 PIPPI LONGSTOCKING
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59-137 PIPPI GOES ON THE BOARD
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59-119 THE LONG-NOSED PRINCESS . . ....
(6 lo 10 yrs.)-A highly amusing fairy tale in which a
handsome prince made fun of ·the princess's nose.
long time before the good natured girl got rid
of him and found her own true love. By Priscilla Hallo–
well, illustrated by Rita Fava.
57-167 THE RANCH BY THE SEA ......
(8 to 12 yrs.)-Horses are Marty's chief interest-so her
delight is great when the first day on a beach she
rescues a white stallion from
the waves. The rest of
the summer speeds by happily, with riding, sailing, and
the resolving of a mysterious local feud. By Helen Oak–
ley, illustrated by Charles ·Geer.
57-239 TOUCHDOWN FOR TOMMY .
(7 to 11 yrs.)_Jfommy liked to play hard and win, and
he was good at football. But he found he had a
to learn about rules for clean play and sportsmanship.
By Matt Christopher, illustrated by Fosler Caddell.
58-290 BORN TO RACE .
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On the day she was foaled Whickery appeared to be
an exceptional filly, especially to the young daughter
on a Virginia horse farm . The details of raising and
training, and the suspense of waiting lo see how the
racer turns out make an exceptionally good story. By
Blanche Chenery Perrin, illustrated by Sam Savitt.
K 58-40 AMERICA IS BORN .
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to 14 yrs.)-This compact history not only describes
events clearly, but also tells how men felt, and what
courage and dedication was needed to create a new
nation. The period so graphically described is from the
fifteenth century through the convention in Philadelphia
in 1787. By Gerald W. Johnson, illustrated by Leonard
L 56-268 THE ANSWER BOOK .
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(8 to 12 yrs.)-A splendid book which
be useful to
gives clear, direct answers to 300 questions
inquisitive children most often ask-in all fields. By
Mary Elting with informative pictures by several artists.
59-66 THE GOLDEN TREASURY OF POETRY .. 4.95
(All ages).-An anthology for everyone in the family.
There are 400 poems, ranging from Chaucer and Shake–
speare to modernverse. A
ll sorts are included, humorous
and serious Everypa.ge
is illustrated in color by Joan
Walsh Anglund.The se
lections were made by Louis
Untermeyer, who has added informal and helpful com–