Crowell, 1981, 1st printing. 7x8.25; 58 pp. Juvenile hardback. Squirrelin sets out with four brave knights from Woodland on a quest for the Golden Acorn which will keep the animals of the Wood from starvation. A silly spoof on the Arthurian legends with pictures to match.
Methuen, 1981/1980, 1st printing UK. Black-green cloth, 6.8x8.2; 29 pp. Juvenile hardback. Lullabies sung by dragons, trolls, worms, and turtles (written by Yolen!) and finely illustrated by Demi in gray, black and red.
Macmillan, 1965, 1st printing. Coloured illus paper pictorial boards, 7.9x10.25; 30 pp. Picture Book hardback. A written fairy tale about a princess who produces masses of handcrafts during her sleepless nights, which threaten to inundate the kingdom.
London: Oliver & Boyd, 1968/1967, 1st printing UK. Cloth backed paper boards, 4.7x6.6"; c 57 pp. Small hardback. Bright medieval pictures illuminate this tiny tale of a wandering minstrel and his solution to the endless war between King Dram and King Corrin. INSCRIBED & SIGNED by author.
Seabury Press, 1970. Red cloth, 6.9x11.2; c 32 pp. Picture Book hardback. The seventh mandarin cares for the king's dragon kite, the guardian of the king's soul. When it disappears into the unknown territory outside the palace walls, he and the kite see for the first time the sadness and.....
Coward, McCann, 1981, 1st printing; 80 pp. Juvenile hardback. George, Shirli's next door neighbor whose father is chief of police, calls her "Shirlick Holmes" and bets she can't solve a real case. But Shirli is sure she and her friends can solve the case that has stumped the chief.
Putnam, 1984, 1st printing. Cloth on board, 127 pp. Juvenile hardback. "A year after her father, a poet who identified with fauns and satyrs, has been found dead in a motel swimming pool, a strange faun-boy appears to Melissa, seeming to be the reincarnation of her beloved father's spirit."