catalog 19

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.



Knights Besieged.

Escaping from the medieval court of Sulieman the Wise, Geoff is recaptured by Turks, then freed by Knights Templar and taken in strict custody to Rhodes. NOTE: This book has been SOLD.



Return of the Twelves.

Max's wooden soldiers, led by Butter Crashey, decided to talk to him. Could they be the ones who had belonged to the Bronte children long ago, the ones who had inspired Charlotte, Emily, Anne, and Branwell to create imaginary kingdoms?



The Adventures of Tom Leigh.

Tom, newly orphaned, must apprentice to the kindly weaver, Mr. Firth, but a jealous journeyman frames him. Setting her story in 18th century Yorkshire, the author continues the topics of her adult books in this, her first book for children.



The Bluejay Boarders.

A pleasant story set in Kansas in 1913 about a family of children, their grandmother, and a nest of baby jays. By the author of Rifles for Watie.



The Toppling Towers.

The Tower cousins must adjust to their new part in Tower Motors and its veteran car collection when a cousin returns and a new mechanic is hired; their family business may be taken over. Follows the Family Tower.



The Beautiful Blue Jay and Other Tales of India.

A collection of tales told by Indian mothers to their children today, not classical Indian tales, or western tales, but nursery tales from a variety of Indian sources, some not previously written down.



The Miller's Boy.

Thomas Welfare prayed for a friend his age to talk to and a horse which would take him away from his harsh grandfather, the miller, to his kind married sister. In the fifteenth century Sussex setting of the Mantlemass Chronicles. PLEASE NOTE: THIS BOOK HAS BEEN SOLD.



There's an Elephant in the Bathtub.





One of the author's charming little fables, less known that the Babar sequels. Here, Emilie brings a funny little man back to civilization, where he can only stay if he puts a cork on the end of his spike. He doesn't stay long!Please note: THIS BOOK HAS BEEN SOLD



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