Rita Kerr - Juvenile Fiction - 1987 - 98 pages
Fictionalized boyhood adventures of Doctor Marvel Sellers, an early Texas pioneer, and his family in the nineteenth century.
Rita Kerr - Juvenile Fiction - 1992 - 86 pages
After being warned that her new residence in East Colombia, Texas, is haunted by a woman's ghost, ten-year-old Musetta experiences strange happenings in the house.
Rita Kerr - Juvenile Fiction - 1995 - 57 pages
Buttercup, a lamb living in the Texas hill country, learns how the Spanish brought the first sheep to Texas and becomes friends with the goat that she thought was such a bully.
Rita Kerr - Juvenile Fiction - 1984 - 64 pages
Tells the story of Susanna Dickinson, who was wounded, but survived the Alamo, where her husband died, and carried a message from the victorious Santa Anna to Sam Houston.
Rita Kerr - Juvenile Fiction - 1991 - 71 pages
While Grandfather Mouse, the smartest mouse in Texas, reads "A Wee Bit Of Texas" to the mice at one of their weekly meetings, the old tom cat creeps closer and closer. Who will ...
Rita Kerr - Governors' spouses - 1987 - 70 pages
Follows the life of the woman who married Sam Houston, first president of the Republic of Texas and later governor of that state, and discusses how she influenced the course of ...
Rita Kerr - Juvenile Fiction - 1986 - 64 pages
Recounts the experiences of eight-year-old Dilue and her family who come to settle in Texas during its struggle to break from Mexico.
Rita Kerr - Juvenile Nonfiction - 1985 - 64 pages
Tells the story of Juan Seguin, a member of one of San Antonio's oldest families, who joined forces with General Houston of Texas at the battle of San Jacinto.
Juvenile Fiction - 1994 - 96 pages
Having ridden the Orphan Train from New York City to Texas in 1904, Eddie and Tommy start an exciting new life in a small country town.