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I don't know the author or titles. What Really Happened to Humpty?, by Jeanie Franz Ransom and illustrated by Stephen Axelsen Grades 1–4. S133 shh mary ann: a board book with doll photos is My Dolly, published Whitman 1968, a board book with photos of different dolls, including a Kewpie Doll. A rabbit gets stranded on a deserted island with a trunk full of treasure and must find his way home. Together Ginnie and Elspeth try to discover the whereabouts of a lost doll mentioned in an old diary.

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S84 ss midshipman: an earlier version is Mister Stormalong, by Anne Malcolmson and Dell McCormick, illustrated by Joshua Tolford, published Houghton 1952, 136 pages. "Freshly humorous version of the Stormalong legends, in which Alfred Bulltop enters as a boyish giant of 13 years ... McBroom has about eight kids whose names all rhyme (except for little Clarinda). John Crace argues that Scandinavians produce “great plotlines that are as cold and bleak as the locations in which they are set.

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Do you by any chance know what book(s) (I think they were a series, but I can't remember) featured a club of kids whose clubhouse was built in a junk yard, in the junk yard heaps themselves? Aristo is intelligent, humorous and kind, which causes many girls to be romantically interested in him. This is a can’t miss for young comic fans of any age and its comic book style will surely spawn a few new fans along the way.

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I must have take it out of a public library in Alexandria VA in the early-mid 70's. Chief Inspector Armand Gamache of the Sûreté du Québec and his team of investigators are called in to the scene of a suspicious death in a rural village south of Montreal. THIS WAS A BOOK WHICH MUST AVE BEEN PUBLISHED IN THE LATE 60�S OR EARLY 70�S. Charles Public Library, IL): Lists a dozen authors and titles, with short description of the detecting duo who solves the cases.

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An eerie, stick-thin old man arrives claiming to be her only kin using the pictures from her father's wallet. I know there are two books in the series, maybe there are three. This is the book, already on the Solved Mysteries Pages. Coverlet Was Away (1958) "The three Persever children try various money-making schemes, but the cat Nervous is the one to save the day." I recognized this book description right away!! Tom must then face his guilt, or else see an innocent man be convicted of a crime he did not commit.

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Boston, Little, Brown 1959. "Story of Molly, an old mare, who finds a young horse which she names Dawn. Instead [...] Author: Robert James Publisher: Bt Bound Product Description The dinosaur at World O’Stuff is dressed like Scrooge, the Santa’s-boot cookies taste sweeter than ever, and the Three Wise Guys are trying to sing on key for the big pageant: it’s beginning to look a lot like Christmas in Eerie. Ashur Fine is much more somber than most of Sobol's work, and shows a deliberately gloomy or tragic tone.

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This books shows the spiritual basis to the Kings' work in overcoming segregation, supported by deep faith in God, and with the charity and courage to overcome malice. A Hard-Boiled Gazeteer to Italy - Crime novel list by Bill Ott in Booklist, May 1, 2006. She wears all her white dresses in different places until she has a dress for each color of the rainbow. Illustrated by Paul Galdone. I remember a story about a little boy who was followed home by a bunny on the first day of a month, then by two more the second day and so on till the last day of the month, his house is surrounded by hundreds of rabbits.

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Centers on seventeen-year-old Pauline, who hopes to be a writer, and her bittersweet romance with Pierre, a forty-year-old Parisian artist. My grandparents used to read my sister and me a book that featured a train (freight train, locomotive), I believe at night. I am fairly certain it was a boy as well. When strange and mysterious things begin to happen, and students are being found ‘petrified’ on the school grounds, Harry must use a mysterious diary to figure out the evasive Chamber of Secrets.

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There is one perticular bit where the blonde children are locked in a cupboard and the brunette children push a key under the door. I borrowed it from the library and read it and yes it is the book. She wound up with a concussion and other injuries, and the pony's owners tried to blame her, but it came out that the accident was due to banned drugs in the pony's system that made it crazy. The kicker was that the "robbers" were actually entertainers preparing to perform at a bank opening.

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Named after a character in a Shakespeare play, misfit sixth-grader Hero becomes interested in exploring this unusual connection because of a valuable diamond supposedly hidden in her new house, an intriguing neighbor, and the unexpected attention of the most popular boy in school. *Encyclopedia Brown and the case of the jumping frogs. 2003. A main part of the book has him travelling to China. The boy in the story sings "A-BI-YO-YO, A-BI-YO-YO,......" and the giant started to dance (because he had never heard a song about himself before) until he fell down.

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