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There is a scene late in the story where the children have escaped the "bad guy" don't remember much about him , try to row back to shore in a storm, the landlubber friend has poked holes in the gum between the boards of the boat to "let the water out" after a joke about this by the bad guy earlier , so they are sinking.

Also, when told to "throw out the anchor", the friend boy does so--having untied the anchor rope, so it's gone. This story had an atmosphere that stuck with me.

I read it no later than , probably '67 or ' Thanks for your help. As a kid, in the mid to later 60's I read a book about modern explorers discovering a lost world of cave people, coexisting with dinosaurs. First clue that something extraordinary was ahead was the relatively fresh not fossilized body of an Archyopteryx sp?

A shaman wore a stylized mask of a big flesh eater. The moderns eventually returned to the outer world, I don't remember how. This sounds like the Adventure series from Willard Price.

There are 14 books in the series - we were read these at school and the two I remember most are African Adventure where they have a pet cheetah and I think South Sea Adventure where one brother gets stuck in a giant clam! The brothers names are Hal and Roger Hunt. This might be the Tom Quest series by Fran Striker , an 8 volume series that ran from to Other possibilities would be the Ken Holt series by Bruce Campbell or Biff Brewster , though again, there is only one son in each.

British Village of Animal Friends This is a children's picture book with several stories about a village of animals. Family of foxes flooded, neighbors help them. Porcupine and friend ride in hot air baloon through village.

Village contest day gets rained out, moved to local manor house for indoor games. Well, I am solving my own mystery! Raymond Healy and Francis McComas, eds. This book is a collection of sci fi stories by various authors and it has the Black Destroyer story, and the cover is red. It's the Bantam edition. I can't tell exactly how cat-like the creature on the front is, because there are words across the image, but it does have a tail.

Having just searched through several sci-fi anthology sites, I've found Black Destroyer included in many anthologies, dating from the s through current publications. As the basis for the movie "Alien", this appears to be one of Vogt's more popular stories, as well as his first. However, I've not yet come across the cover you described. Perhaps it would help if you provided an approximate publication date for the book you are looking for, or at least about when you read it?

Also, do you remember any of the other stories included in that book? That might help to narrow down the search. That's the one I was trying to describe!!!! Thank you very much for solving this for me. I've been trying to find this for quite a while! This if a great service and I will highly recommend it. I can't wait to get it. It was illustrated in black and white.

It follows the story of a rabbit who becomes shipwrecked on a desert island. He eventually makes it home to his wife and child on the back of a whale or shark. My dad read this book to my sister and I over a series of nights when we were young, and I would love to find a copy.

This is a children's book read to me in the s. I remember it as a series of short stories about a cat and dog who are friends. One story has them fighting over what color to paint a doghouse--one wants yellow; the other blue, and it turns out green.

Another story is about their first day of school, and one of them eats chalk. I remember that the illustrations were very amusing and that the dog resembled a golden retriever. The book was hardcover and on the large side--maybe 8. This is the story of a Tourist Squirrel who travels all over the US and meets all kinds of friends along the way, I recall a white or silver squirrel for sure.

This is a great web site, btw! I am looking for a copy of a book named The Adventures of Grandfather Frog. It was one from my elementary days which would have been in the 's Any help in locating this book would be greatly appreciated. It was in a series. Beautiful pictures - larger size, 13X9 - hard cover - reading age 10 yrs or younger.

I would very much like to find a book that was read to my second-grade class circa , although I know the book in question was "old" at that time. She may have entered their world through a hole in a tree or the ground. Your assistance is greatly appreciated. OK, I read a book while I was in elementary school in the sixth grade. This was in , so it was published before this date. As I remember it was a story where you would read a page of a detective like story and on the opposite page there was a detailed black and white sketch picture.

The pictures were ones like the Where is Waldo picture series from the Burger King Restaurants, except in the book I am trying to remember they were only in Black and white and you had to find the robber. I remember there being a trunk and the robber in a picture, a diamond and a robber in a picture, and the robber and a chimney in a picture. It was a pretty thick book. Since you had to study the pictures it took forever to finish.

It seems as though it could have been classified as a game like book. If you can provide any help that would be great, I will keep brainstorming thanks! I am looking for a children's book about an artist that mixes colors. I think the main character's name is Angelo. As he mixes colors, there are transparency overlays in the book that you lay on top of each page revealing new colors that he has mixed together.

For example, one page might have blue on it, and as the artist mixes in yellow you would lay the yellow overlay on the page to reveal the new color green. I am looking for a book I read in elementary in the 's. I think it was a 6th grade literature book. Had a grey cover. I used it in Clifton, NJ. Many storied were included. The sun and wind, trying to get the person to take his coat off..

Which one of them could do it. Could you look for me? Introduction -- The gnat on the bull's horn -- The grasshopper and the ant -- The lioness and the vixen -- The boy and the wolf -- The lion's share -- The fox and the grapes -- The cat and the mice -- The goose and the golden eggs -- The dog and the shadow -- The eagle and the tortoise -- The dog in the manger -- The jackdaw's fine feathers -- The hungry wolf and the lanb -- The country maid and the mild pail -- The lion and the mouse -- The town mouse and the country mouse -- The fox and the crow -- The strength of the wind and sun -- The crow and the pitcher -- The lions and the hares -- The cunning cat and his company -- The great and little fishes -- The hungy lion and the wise fox -- The hare and the tortoise -- The miller, the son, and the donkey.

The book was a Giant Golden Book, 92 pp. It contains 40 fables I didn't count them in the previous solution, but it looks like it's probably the same.

A review is here. I read the book I'm describing as a pre-teen in the early to mid 90s. I have absolutely no idea when the book was published, though. In this book, the main character is a girl whose family owns a furniture factory. The town is named for the family. The other characters in the book are the girl's snotty female cousin, who's about the same age, the girl's grandfather, who the girls is extremely close with, and the girl's yonger male cousin, who the girl hangs out with.

The book starts off with the girl's birthday party which his combined with her snotty cousin's. The girl receives a clock that used to belong to her now deceased grandmother from her grandfather. In the book, the girl's snotty aunt complains about the girl's appearance and also about how the grandfather has let his house go since the grandmother dies.

So the girl and her male cousin go over to his house to clean things up but they ruin things instead. The male cousin and the girl eventually get into a fight and the girl gets a black eye.

At the end, the grandfather throws a party where he gives everyone fortune cookies with his own handwritten fortunes. Takes place at a time when the young have been completely dominated to the point of enslavement, by the adults. The old have become so envious of the young that they basically "took over". Main character of story is a young girl, she narrates the story. She is with a group of young girls who are being trained in some way by a group of older people, for the role they will be allowed to have in society when they too are older.

They are treated cruelly by the older people. At end of story the main girl and a younger girl "run away" but they are really still in the same building, hiding somewhere and won't come out. I have sent in a couple of stumpers one of which you solved--Hurrah!! PiggleWiggle books; but here goes: The book is about two elderly ladies,?? I believe they were the great-aunts of the children involved and had magical abilities. One of them apparently believes the other stole or lost one of her magical items.

I think there are magic safety pins involved which were apparently used as diaper pins. The children's mother remembers listening to wonderful, magical stories as a baby. They reconcile in the end because the magical item the pins??

I also think there might have been something buried in a creek. John Blaine, Rick Brant series. The two boys, the plane, and the science angle are making me think of the Rick Brant series, which started in However, the boys in that series are from a scientific installation on an island off the East Coast, not a ranch.

Might be worth checking www. Looks like my previous idea about the Rick Brant series was incorrect. Craine, World Syndicate Publishing Co. Cleveland, Ohio - copyright They discover who mysterious Don Haurea is, and they get a chance to present their friends, the Canadian Mounted Police, with the promised horseshoes. To the best of my recollection, it was a pre-World War II book. Congratulations and thank you! The book I was searching for is the one by E.

I've been trying to remember this book for years! Thank you so much! I'm looking for a book that I think was a Parents Magazine Press book--about a boy and his stuffed zebra or horse? I believe the zebra's name was Alexander. Whenever the boy got into mischief he would blame the zebra.

Does this sound familiar? The second book was about a boy and horse. The horse was striped in many different colors. All I remember of the book was the boy scolding the horse. On the cover was the boy and the multi-striped horse. I believe both these books came out in the late s.

I would appreciate any suggestions on how to locate the titles and authors of these two books. A favorite book of mine as a child was about a crocodile, who lived with an old woman in the Victorian period. The house was shared with a yak, a "magical" mouse, and other animals. I remember a part where there was a storm, and the crocodile was out in it, and got sick.

I cannot for the life of me, remember the title. My brother and I read it in the early 's. I remember that the crocodile felt bad because he was trying to get help, but everyone was afraid of him in town.

I'd love to find it to share with my children. Martha Sanders author , Alexander and the Magic Mouse , I solved my own stumper thanks to another stumper O36! Once I saw the title and description, I was able to look it up online and found out that my beloved alligator, old woman, cat and mouse do indeed exist!

I though maybe I made it up. Martha Sanders author , Alexander and the Magic Mouse. See the solved pages under "A" for more information. So many people remember this book with love but can't recall the title.

Martha Sanders author , Alexander and the Magic Mouse, I think the book you're looking for is "Alexander and the Magic Mouse" It is a Weekly Reader book and seems to fit your description perfectly.

I have a picture to attach if that would prove helpful. Perhaps "Lyle" the crocodile? The pictures are "drawn" and maybe memory is from the old "london-like" NY townhouses? Maybe a Lyle book in which he visits a lighthouse This must be the one you're looking for. In the illustrations, the house does look quite Victorian.

Alexander, the alligator, a friendly creature who keeps trying to improve his smile so people won't run away from him, is the center of attention. A heroic rescue mission gets him all the friends he can use, with a brass band and a medal thrown in. Please see the Solved Mysteries "A" page for more information and a photograph of the cover! My husband insists he read a book about a salamander and a magic pebble when he was a kid. A book my mother recalls reading to her kids either in the 60's or 70's.

The title may be Alexander Fiddlewhistle as is the main character. She recalls the characters having very large heads.

I've searched and googled it with zero luck. I am looking for a children's book about a cat, I believe was named Alexander. Anyway, this little cat didn't trust anyone, and would try and hurt another animal before it had the chance to hurt him.

His lesson in the end was in learning to trust. It was a book in print at least 30 years ago, since I'm 37, and was a child when my mother would read it to me. Can you help me recall the name of the book? 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?

They had a series of labrynthine tunnels to get into the clubhouse, and closed them down when outsiders discovered them. They were either kid detectives or something like that. I was thinking it was the Mad Scientists Club, but now that I re-read the book, I realize that isn't it.

So now I'm wondering what book that was. It would have been generally available in the mids, perhaps through the Scholastic book club. You and I may have the same book in mind T I also recall the hairy aliens and the computer program. Pamela Sargent, Alien Child , Yeah, I found it!!!

The only human left on earth being raised by aliens. Or so she thinks until she meets the boy who has also been raised by an alien. The two learn together of the history of their species and try to determine its future. Thoughtful and raises a number of good questions. This book sounds very much like an Andre Norton novel which I read about 20 years ago. The cats were very anthropomorphic. I am sorry to say that I do not not recall the title right now, but I can found out the next time I visit my parents, as the book is still on the shelf there.

This is totally the book I was looking for I am so super excited! Thank you so much for your help!! I found a copy on-line and purchased it and this is definitely it. The names of the aliens are Llipel and Llare. The back of the book says: Nita is the last human on Earth, raised by an alien who revived Nita's embryo, stored in the Institute before wars destroyed humanity. Nita can never truly understand her gentle guardian, and when she discovers Sven, a boy secretly raised by another alien, she longs to be close to him.

But as Sven and Nita learn more about each other and the history of humanity, they are terrified. Do they carry seeds of destruction and violence within them? Should they revive other embryos and raise the children? When they venture into the wilderness outside the Institute, they awaken powerful instincts, as well as the knowledge that they carry the fate of Earth in their hands. No other human life is around. They meet by accident one day and soon try to adjust to having each other around.

Something happens and the boy abandons the city and the girl. I read this book sometime in Middle School around - Pamela Sargent, Alien Child , Could it be this one? Nita girl and Sven boy were test tube embryos left in stasis in an embryological institute.

Two aliens, Llipel and Llare, accidentally set in motion the machinery that allowed them to be grow. Llipel became Nita's guardian while Llare raised Sven, and the two children were kept segregated from each other until after Nita's fifteenth birthday.

Then Nita and Sven learn they are the last humans except for the other embryos stored at the facility. See the Solved Mysteries "A" page for more information. It was Alien Child by Pamela Sargeant. I work in a bookstore and am researching a book for a customer. The only things she remembers are the following: The customer says it was required reading when she was in 7th grade. I searched your "solved mysteries" and also the questions put to you by others, using certain "key" words but still haven't "found it.

I will continue searching. Flanigan, Sara, Alice , This sounds like Sara Flanigan's novel, Alice , which was made into the movie "Wildflower," starring Patricia Arquette. Sara Flanigan, Alice , , reprint.

A story of Ellie Perkins, who discovers that the reclusive neighbors have a deaf, epileptic daughter, Alice, who has lived most of her life in a shed. With the help of her older brother Sammy and some townspeople, Ellie is able to intercede in Alice's life to the point where Alice acquires a hearing aid, a tutor and a blossoming romance with Sammy. I actually thought the title was Alice , but then I thought I was getting it confused with another one of my books. There is a book, possibly part of a children's story series, that I enjoyed very much when I was little late 60, early 70s.

The name might have been about travelling. The story may have been British, it involved a number of people, mostly children going on a tour in a bus around Europe. When they arrived at the various destinations the reader would also get a little story about the place. The only two places I remember are St.

Ives, which included the nursery rhyme, and also Lapland, and the story there was about a little family that kept reindeer and the children slept in beds inside of a cabinet. I haven't explained this very well, but I would appreciate any info. My sister loved the book too, but doesn't remember anything more than I do. This isn't exactly a children's book. A brain-teaser or puzzle book, featuring the maddening "Who is John?

I'm interested in any non-mathematical brain-teaser books such as this. A young adult book I read around I recall the book as being written in the s. An American college student majoring in Spanish spends a year in Mexico. As soon as she arrives at the airport - I'm thinking Mexico City - she is surprised how different the language sounds spoken there than in her classroom. Unbeknownst to her, everyone with whom she converses is impressed by how well the young American speaks Spanish.

She has a boyfriend back at home, but the longer she is in Mexico the more immature and ordinary he seems compared to the young men of the same age she is meeting there. This book is about a brother and sister, orphaned and fending for themselves in a town near the ocean.

My copy had a red cover. I think that the author is Mabel Robinson. See More on Most Requested Books. The book dates back to late '50s, line drawings on off-white pages, I think it is an immigrant story, but I know that the main character is Jewish, probably a tailor and on the lower east side of Manhattan. The house has been re-decorated. This makes the children think they have gone back in time; to save the two blonde children who are being abused by their aunt. There is one perticular bit where the blonde children are locked in a cupboard and the brunette children push a key under the door.

The aunt dies at the end from drowning on the frozen lake by the house I think there might be some kind of chase? The brunette children find their mother, and then the last page of the book says how the two blonde children are seen by I think a farmer, and when asked why they are so scared; they describe seeing two brunette haired children which the farmer then replies by saying are a perfect description of the two children who had recently died in a ice-skating accident on the very same frozen lake just before the blonde kids had moved in.

Hence; the twist being the children brunette who you follow through the story are in fact ghosts and even they themselves don't realise it. The reason they find their mother is because she also died; of a broken heart.

I remember it being a paperback book with quite small writing. If anyone has any clues I would greatly appreciate your input as I can't seem to find the title for this book anywhere. Sheila Garrigue, All the children were sent away. An eight-year-old British girl experiences loneliness and fear when she and many other children are evacuated to Canada during World War II.

The night before whe was sent away to Canada, in July , one bomb hit the church tower in Peterstone. The next morning, Sara said goodbye to everything she loved, and to her mother and father, who were staying at home to fight the Nazis. But instead of the forlorn journey she'd feared, Sara had adventures. She found a hiding place in a lifeboat and, hanging between the two metal beams that helf it, sighted a school of dolphins alongside the ship.

She won a battle for independence from her guardian, gruff and snobbish Lady Drume. And she made two best frineds, Maggie and Ernie, who like herself were sent away because England was under attack. Together they almost forgot about the war. Thanks, you solved another one!!! Bosworth, J Allan , All the dark places, This sounds like the book but it's 20 matches not There is a map on the endpapers which might be the map that the requestor is remembering.

A sixteen-year-old boy sets out alone to explore a large and difficult cave in the Appalachian Mountains, becomes lost, and then loses all his sources of light except twenty matches. All the Dark Places is correct. That was a quick solution, just one day! I'm sorry that I was not able to respond sooner. When I started looking for this book I checked a number of caving websites since some of these include book lists.

On one of these sites I saw this title, but passed it by as it didn't match anything from my memory. Since, however, I have checked the suggestion and this is the book that I was remembering. Thank you for your help. This is a picture book about a Native American girl who is swept away with her tribe's horses during a stampede.

The mention of multicolored horses made me think of Paul Goble's other book, The Gift of the Sacred Dog , with its vivid illustrations of blue and red horses mingling with horses of more normal colors. Might be the early Jan Brett book Fritz and the Beautiful Horses , but I don't know when it came out, if it fits the time frame.

There's an old lullaby called " All the Pretty Little Horses. Can't find anything about it, but it's a place to start at least This one might be a version of All the Pretty Horses that was illustrated by Susan Jeffers and published around Here's the library catalog summary: Go to sleep , little lady. All the pretty little horses.

Hushaby, don't you cry. All the Pretty Horses. Macmillan, , 1st hardcover printing. Ex-school library with the usual marks.

A bit worn, dust jacket has minor tears. All Through the Day. My sister solved my book stumper for me. Tiny Tina was a chapter in the educational book All through the Day. A man keeps chickens, and one night frostbite kills one of the chicken's toes.

The man fashions little rubber boots for the chicken. A stray dog also shows up on the farm, in fact, the story has the word "dog" in the title; perhaps something like "One Dog", or "Along Came a Dog".

I think the cover was red, and modern-artsy. The story was written more like a true tale than a fable, and was for teenagers. I read it in the 70's. I thought I had a good contender here but I think the date is too late.

Well-- I'll list it anyway just in case! Leo Polito's Piccolo's Pranks , Along Cherry Street , Ginn 1 1 reader. I can't find the listing or number but have solved my own stumper, the reader with organ grinder and monkey is Ginn publisher, Along Cherry Street, first grade, first hardback.

Alta in the Shadows Late 60's - mid 70's Author: Young girl goes to live with mysterious relatives who can shapechange into felines. They are 1 of 3 families who can shapechange. Cats, Snakes, Flies They are all part of something called the Trine.

Looking for book since mid 70's when it was accidently destroyed. Okay, I'll find a copy for you. Alta comes to live with her mysterious new relatives and meets the brooding Ramses. Donald J Sobol, Encyclopedia Brown series. This sounds like Leroy "Encyclopedia" Brown. His Father is the police chief and his best friend is a girl named Sally, but she's a tomboy, which might be why you remembered two boys. There is a whole series of these books, starting with Encyclopedia Brown, Boy Detective.

Sobol, Encyclopedia Brown series , 's through present, copyright. He doesn't have a crew cut, and he doesn't have a male partner, and his name is Leroy, not Harvey. But his father is a police chief, and his partner in crime-solving is a girl named Sally, who is not his sister.

And he solves lots of cases, both for his father and for the neighborhood kids. Hicks, Alvin Fernald series. Dixon, Hardy Boys series. A bit obvious, but maybe the Hardy Boys series of books? A fan website describes them thus: Fortunately, for generations of adolescents, they share their dad's zeal for bringing criminals to justice".

Hicks, The Alvin Fernald books. This sounds like the Alvin Fernald books by Clifford B. There's a website about him: I think the writer is referring to the Henry Higgins books. I can not remember the author but the boy had a crew cut and solved mysteries. Hicks, Alvin's Secret Code , , reprint. Alvin Fernald and his buddy Shoie sp? Alvin's dad is the police chief. Clifford B Hicks, Alvin Fernald series , , copyright.

The Alvin Fernald books are the ones my husband was remembering and he is enjoying them again as are our boys. The Encyclopedia Brown series was also a good guess and we will be reading them as well. I believe he has a costume and maybe a cape. I think he takes a superhero name that is kind of self-deprecating the letter "D" could be a part of it. The superhero name is part of at least one of the book titles.

I don't think the boy has any super powers, but he occasionally has ESP-type episodes. The only plot line I remember involves stolen money, possibly a bank robbery, and the crime pinned on the wrong person another character's parent s?

Does this ring any bells? This book is Always Anne by Holly Wilson. It sounds awful, but it's actually a pretty funny chapter in the book. What a great service you provide. On each page there is a picture of an item for a kid to count example 10 lady bugs. On the last page it asks if you can count the stars and there are hundreds of stars.

It must have been published somewhere between and Wickenden, Dan, Amazing Vacation. It's also on the solved pages, with more info on plot details there. Wickenden, Dan, The Amazing Vacation. I suspect it is this one, from the Solved List. The character Emmeline has left a piece of jewelry behind in the land reached through the magic window, and so is not quite 'all there' in this world.

The two children go back to rescue it, and the boy accidentally leaves his jack-knife behind. Dan Wickenden, The Amazing Vacation , I think this may be the right book. Joanna and her brother Ricky are spending the summer with their odd great-uncle and great-aunt. They go through a magic window into another country the Country Without a Name , where they must complete a quest. These tokens have great power for the people who live in that country, so at one point, an evil boy wants to give Ricky a fancier knife in exchange for the Scout knife.

Zilpha Keatly Snyder, Green Sky triglogy. The cover you describe is the middle book in the series, And All Between. This is the second book of the Green-sky trilogy which starts with Below the Root and ends with Until the Celebration. It was also made into an early popular video game. You'll probably get lots of responses. This is one of the Green Sky books. One of the books is told from Teela's point of view.

That's the one you want. The others are from the point of view of the "tree people. Snyder, Zilpha Keatley, Below the Root and sequels, , approximate. Olzhaan are a special class of people in Snyder's Green Sky trilogy which begins with Below the Root.

The others are And all Between, and Until the Celebration. The trilogy has an underground civilization and a different civilization living in trees. One or both of the peoples had telepathy. I think this is what you're looking for. This is the book!

I almost cried when I came to check and found responses to my stumper. If I'm ever stumped again, I know where I'm coming!!! Andrea is the youngest, Joe is away at college, and year-old Elaine is an obnoxious rebel who can''t get along with anyone in the family. But when Elaine runs away and Joe is killed in an accident, Andrea grows in compassion and tolerance.

Stella Pevsner , And you give me a pain, Elaine, This sounds like it could possibly be this book. I remember reading it in the early to mid s. All I know for sure is that the story is told from the point of view of a younger sister who adores her older brother possibly named Rob?

When the older brother dies, it puts a greater strain on the two sisters' relationship until their shared grief allows them to appreciate each other more. Anderson's Fairy Tales Szyk illus. We're looking for a book that was given to our sister around or so. It had a dark cover - blue gray? We could be wrong about the Grimm's and be remembering another book from our childhood Stories included are Thumbelina full color illustration of Thumbelina and the bird , Darning Needle, The Tinderbox.

This ring a bell with anyone? Talk about weird -- I've been looking for this title for 30 years, and all of a sudden, there it is! I finally found it, and my memories were pretty accurate! Jane Trahey, Life with Mother Superior , Life with Mother Superior is the original title of this book also a play by Jane Trahey, but it was later named The Trouble With angels. Basis for the movie with Hayley Mills and Rosalind Russell.

Here is the IMDB link for the movie. Forgive me, but you should not have said that B was solved. The novel Life with Mother superior, later made in "The Trouble with angels," is an autobiographical novel whose leading character is jane; and all her friends have different names from all the names i mentioned in my summary; there is no blanca Maria mentioned in the summary of Life with Mother superior, and the tricks the girls pull are unknown to me in the book I read; plus there is no mention of blanca maria's father.

I can understand why the assumption was made, but i have serious, extremely serious doubts that Life with Mother superior could be the same novel as the one i'm looking for. A friend from Bookshare remembered reading this in junior high. I found it and indeed it was the one I was looking for. Do you know if there were any other versions with different illustrations besides the ones in the version? It was about a white bear polar bear, I'd guess who wanted to change his color.

He went through the forest looking at other animals and their different colors, and he'd try to change his color. One specific way I remember is that he rolled in berries to stain his fur so he'd be purple like the crocodiles he saw.

Of course it washed off when he went in the water. It was a very beautifully illustrated book with watercolor pictures, I think. The polar bear, whale, tortoise, and two crocodiles try to imitate the parrot's beautiful colors, only to discover how impractical they are. English version by Elizabeth Watson Taylor. After a series of tries at being another color, a polar bear learns to appreciate his snowy whiteness.

I didn't remember the other animals until I saw the picture on the cover of the book. Thank you so much, this is quite a bit of nostalgia for me! Sleator, William, The Angry Moon , This retelling by Sleator, recalls the Tlingit Indian legend of a girl who angers the moon and who is held captive by the moon until her grandma rescues her, using a combination of magic and a ladder.

The illustrations are based on original Tlingit motifs which may be why it seems surreal. I definitely don't remember any Native American connection, and the cover image I found online for Sleator's book doesn't look like the kind of artwork I remember- but I'll check it out anyway, and post an update.

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Drew, Ronnie founding member of the Irish folk group The Dubliners Dreyfus, Lee Sherman Former Wisconsin governor was known for his businesslike approach to politics Drowning Victims, Refugee At least 34 people dead while trying to sail away from Turkey Drummond-Webb, Jonathan A heart surgeon whose work was the focus of a four-part television series Dryden, Spencer The drummer for legendary rock band the Jefferson Airplane Dubrow, Kevin Lead singer for the s heavy metal band Quiet Riot Ducommun, Rick Actor and comedian known for his role in the film "The 'Burbs" Duke, George Grammy-winning jazz keyboardist and producer

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