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Best in children's books. 22
Garden City, N.Y. : Nelson Doubleday, Inc., c1959
Location Call Number Status
 Juvenile Historic/1st Flr/ Check out to UM-D students, faculty & staff  jPN.Best19B3 v.22 1959    AVAILABLE
Gift from Professor Raymond P. Kettel, 2010
Subject(s) Children -- Conduct of life -- Juvenile literature
Conduct of life -- Juvenile literature
Games -- Juvenile literature
Natural history -- Juvenile literature
Science -- Juvenile literature
Geography -- Juvenile literature
Adventure and adventurers -- Juvenile literature
Children's stories -- Juvenile literature
Children's poetry -- Juvenile literature
Physical Description 160 p. : col. ill., col. map ; 22 cm
Contents Sir Launcelot, Knight of the Round Table / Mary MacLeod -- Gingham dog and the calico cat and The Rock-a-by lady / Eugene Field -- Squash for the fair / Grace Paull -- Valiant Chatteemaker / Mary Frere -- First prayers and graces / ill. Ruth Ives -- Dutch boy and the dyke / retold by Sara Cone Bryant -- Tell me about the sky / Ellen Wales Walpole -- Willie goes to the hospital / Pauline Vinson -- Let's visit Thailand -- Azor / Maude Crowley -- Galileo and the lamps / James Baldwin -- In cactus land
Note Title, imprint and volume number from table of contents page on endpapers
Summary A collection of world literature, old and new, for children, volume contains fiction, poetry, historical adventures, games, fairy tales, nature, science, and geography sections
NOTE Gift from Professor Raymond P. Kettel, 2010
Alternate Author Library donation, 2010

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