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Misty of Chincoteague by Marguerite Henry.every little girl who loves horses needs to read these books.I always love going to chincoteague to see the wild ponies when I go back to see my family. I Love Books, Good Books, My Books, Story Books, Marguerite Henry, Misty Eyes, Horse Books, Animal Books, Vintage Children's Books

Misty of Chincoteague

My own hardback copy of the book, "Misty of Chincoteague," inscribed by my first grade teacher, Mrs. Winchester to me as a gift when I was in the 3rd grade and my parents moved from the tiny town of Flora, IL to Venezuela. I adored all of Margaret Henry's books and have all my copies, as well some I've acquired along the way. The first book by Henry I ever received was "The Album of Horses," also illustrated by the talented Wesley Dennis. I was first and always a horse lover!

Bücherwurm 67 Books every geek should read to their kids before age 10 by Geek Dad. Not sure I agree I Love Books, Great Books, Books To Read, My Books, Story Books, Reading Books, All Nature, Vintage Children's Books, Children's Literature

The Wind in the Willows

The River Rat, Mole, Otter and Badger display more than human kindness and patience over Toad’s wild schemes and escapades. This was one of Mrs. Gibson's best-loved recordings! AVAILABLE ON CASSETTE AND CD, OR CLICK BELOW TO DOWNLOAD THIS TITLE FROM AUDIBLE.COM. Listener Reviews “…picks up (the) grand story... and star

Title: The Welsh Fairy Book Author: W. Jenkyn Thomas (William Jenkyn) Publication: Cardiff, University of Wales Press Publication Date: 1952 Book Description: 303 p. Book Cover Art, Book Cover Design, Book Art, Vintage Book Covers, Vintage Books, Ya Books, Books To Read, Art Nouveau, Beautiful Book Covers

The Welsh Fairy Book

Title: The Welsh Fairy Book Author: W. Jenkyn Thomas (William Jenkyn) Publication: Cardiff, University of Wales Press Publication Date: 1952 Book Description: 303 p. illus. 22 cm. Call Number: PZ 8.T3655 1952

Roald Dahl - Charlie and the Great Glass Elevator (Puffin Books 1980s Childhood, My Childhood Memories, Nice Memories, School Memories, Roald Dahl Day, Roald Dahl Books, Glass Elevator, Ladybird Books, Vintage Children's Books

Charlie and the Great Glass Elevator, or Memory Plays Tricks

Fils aîné has been reluctant to tackle chapter books, but after Roald Dahl day at his school, mari got to read him Fantastic Mr Fox and Charlie and the Chocolate Factory. That was a success, so nex…

This was the cover of the book I had: 1976 - from The Evolution Of "Charlie And The Chocolate Factory" Book Covers 1980s Childhood, My Childhood Memories, Vintage Book Covers, Vintage Children's Books, Vintage Library, Antique Books, Retro Vintage, Cool Books, My Books

The old version of "Charlie and the Chocolate Factory" which has the same cover as the one I loved to read when I was a young kid.

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1931 ... you shouldn't have!

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Marilla of Green Gables (eBook)You can find Green gables and more on our website.Marilla of Green Gables (eBook) I Love Books, Great Books, New Books, Books To Read, Anne Auf Green Gables, Fallen Book, Historical Fiction, Historical Romance, Fiction Books

Marilla of Green Gables by Sarah McCoy

Marilla of Green Gables by Sarah McCoy - book cover, description, publication history.

Tom's Midnight Garden by Philippa Pearce - 'This is a rare, moving story, beautifully written, and true in every way that matters.' (The Guardian ) * Masterpiece of English children's literature.' (The Independent ) Book Club Books, The Book, My Books, Book Clubs, Toms, Midnight Garden, Thing 1, Book Cover Art, Book Covers

Old Favorites: Tom’s Midnight Garden

Ah, spring. Where the smell of green is in the air, where flowers are blooming everywhere, where…what? Spring is still at least five weeks away? Oh. Well, let’s pretend it’s sprin…