Barbara Brenner - Juvenile Fiction - 1997 - 71 pages
Audubon's young apprentice describes the experiences he shared with his master during their eighteen month trip down the Mississippi studying and drawing the birds they found ...
Mary Chase - Juvenile Fiction - 1968 - 115 pages
Nine-year-old Maureen is the terror of her neighborhood until the day she begins to explore an old deserted estate and encounters a leprechaun and seven strange ladies.
Barbara Brenner - Juvenile Nonfiction - 2000 - 96 pages
Poetic voices from six continents speak on a variety of themes about their culture, history, or land and are accompanied by stunning photos and sidebars which supply further ...
Richard Edward Wormser - Horses - 1971 - 190 pages
Already persecuted as Union sympathizers, a southern family's situation does not improve when they must seek aid from a half Negro, half Apache mustanger on the Texas plains.
Barbara Brenner - Science - 1979 - 63 pages
Discusses various facts about poisonous animals with emphasis on how they deliver their venom to other animals as a means of survival.