NY: Morrow. (1989). 8vo. 182p. Gray cloth-backed boards. First Edition "1" "When, in 1894, their father's business failure forces the family to live in their beach home on the peninsula just above the Oregon border, twelve-year-old Marcella and her younger brother and sister find the experience much more rewarding than..... 
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Color illus. by Virginia Campbell (Mrs. John Becker). New York: Pantheon, (1956). 8vo. Green cloth stamped in yellow and brown. (63 p). First Edition. These enchanting rhymes for nursery folk have a quality all their own and the illustrations have the same freshness, charm, and spontaneity. Written for the Becker's..... 
Winston-Salem,NC: John F. Blair,Pub. (1960). lst. B/w illus. Ann Carter Pollard. Sm.8vo. 166p. Purple cloth. MistressBonnie Belle Blue is sent to London to live with a cousin she has never seen after the death of her parents. Imagine her surprise to discover he is Lord Ham, hampster of Hamilton Downs..... 
Color illus. by Joseph Low. New York: E. P. Dutton, (1973). Square small 4to. Orange cloth stamped in black. Unpaginated. First Edition (no additional printings). The author has blended historical scholarship with free flowing poetic images to transport the reader to the exotic culture of the T'ang empire. James Low's..... 
Color illustrations by Sylvie Selig. New York: Grove Press, (1968). Small 4to. Red cloth. Unpaginated. Berne's "first "unpsychiatric" book." A story for young people. "The valley is a place where everyone is polite and happy and does what he likes best and, most important of all, still manages to satisfy..... 
NY: Funk & Wagnalls, (1968). 1st ed. Illus. B/w photos & maps. Sm.4to. xii, 143 p. Cloth-backed boards. Award winning husband and wife writing team traveled throughout Polynesia to research this introduction to island people, their culture, and the white invaders who nearly annihilated them. 
Illus. by T. S. La Fontaine. London: Ginn & Co., 1956 (c. 1952). 12mo. Pictorial stiff linen textured wraps. 144 p. The Beacon Supplementary Readers Book #6. 5th impression. Stories taken from the great traditional tales, legends, and myths which are part of the literary heritage of all European peoples.....