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The Boy Who Wasby Hallock, Grace
Clearing Weatherby Meigs, Cornelia
Runaway Papooseby Moon, Grace
Tod of the Fensby Whitney, Elinor
Story of a pigeon and the boy who owns him. Set in India in the 1920s. Newbery Award Winner.
The Wonder Smith and His Sonby Young, Ella
Downright Denceyby Snedeker, Caroline
Smoky know only one way of life: freedom. Until he meets a cowboy and gives up some of his freedom for something ever more valuable. Newbery Award Winner.
A series of fascinating Chinese stories with the chracter of folk and wonder tales in which the author has caught admirably the spirit of Chinese life and thought.-from front jacket flap
The Voyagers: Being Legends and Romances of Atlantic Discoveryby Colum, Padraic
This children's book is a collection of nineteen folk tales collected and retold by the author from his travels throughout Central and South America.
Nicholas: A Manhattan Christmas Storyby Moore, Annie Carroll
The Dream Coachby Parrish, Anne
Set in 17th England, orphaned Philip Marsham is forced to flee London. He signs on with a dark frigate headed for Newfoundland, which is captured by pirates. Newbery Award winner.
The Great Questby Hawes, Charles Boardman
Cedric the Foresterby Marshall, Bernard
The Old Tobacco Shop: A True Account of What Befell a Little Boy in Search of Adventureby Bowen, William
The Windy Hillby Meigs, Cornelia
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