B/w illustrations by Margery Gill. New York: Atheneum, 1974. 8vo. Orange cloth, stamped in black. 121 p. First American edition. The epitaph in the Dorset graveyard read: "In memory of Ambroise Biddle aged 17 years drowned here on Feb. 2nd 1890. After Candllemas." But why "After Candlemas?" Harriet learned Candlemas..... 
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Illustrated with tipped-in color plates + b/w drawings in the text by twelve artists. New York: Charles Scribner's Sons, (© 1926). Small 4to. Beige pictorial cloth, stamped in black and red. 198 p. + an ad for The Flying Carpet, a "beautiful book fror children" 1st American edition. Stories from..... 
B/w illus. by Grace Pauli. New York: Viking Press / Junior Literary Guild, 1935. 8vo. Blue fabrikoid, stamped in navy. 192 p. Decorated endpapers. True stories of boys and girls in the early days of America who liked to make things. Children who developed our handicrafts and whose work may..... 
Color illus. by Vera Stone Norman & Pauline Batchelder Adams. Indianapolis & New York: Bobbs Merrill, (1938). 8vo. Red pictorial boards with illus. of Statue of Liberty. 358 p. Word List. Publisher's promotional flyer affixed to front paste-down. Curriculum Readers, Third Reader. Charming stories and pictures. 
Color illustrations by Frances Eckart. Chicago: Childrens Press, (1969). Small 4to. Pictorial boards. Unpaginated. "I Want to Be" series. First Ediiton ("1"). African American family/work setting. Ann goes with her father to his office and spends time with his secretary. She decides she wants to be a secretary.