Ruth Sawyer - New York (N.Y.) - 1936 - 186 pages
For use in schools and libraries only. The discoveries and adventures of ten-year-old Lucinda, who spends a wonderful year exploring the New York City of the 1890s.
Ruth Sawyer - Juvenile Fiction - 2005 - 40 pages
Oona Hegarty, a poor woman, has always longed for her own cabin, and on Christmas Eve, after being trapped in the snow with no shelter, she finds a group of wee people who work ...
Keith Robertson - Juvenile Fiction - 1966 - 204 pages
Back in Grover's Corners, N.J., for the summer, Henry and his partner Midge establish a baby sitting service and find a disappearing child and a peacock among their charges.
Robert McCloskey - Juvenile Fiction - 1951 - 190 pages
Further adventures of Homer Price, including those in which a juke box sets the whole town singing against its will and in which a mad scientist develops weeds that overrun the ...