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  1. Commonweal
    , May 24, 1963, p. 253
  2. [+]
    (8 Reviews)
    Lone Journey, by Jeanette Eaton
    1. Lone Journey by Jeanette Eaton
    2. Georgie by Robert Bright
    3. The Winding River by Helen Fuller Orton
    4. The Red Tractor by Paul Corey
    5. Puritan Adventure by Lois Lenski
    6. Mayflower Boy by Stanley Young
    7. Shift to the Right by B.J. Chute
    8. Fox Fire by Gertrude Robinson
    The Saturday Review
    , October 21, 1944, pp. 29-34 - PDF
  3. New Books for Children
    1. Lone Journey by Jeanette Eaton
    2. Georgie by Robert Bright
    3. The Winding River by Helen Fuller Orton
    4. The Red Tractor by Paul Corey
    5. Puritan Adventure by Lois Lenski
    6. Mayflower Boy by Stanley Young
    7. Shift to the Right by B.J. Chute
    8. Fox Fire by Gertrude Robinson
    The Atlantic Monthly
    , December 1951, pp. 100-105
  4. New Books for Children
    1. Lone Journey by Jeanette Eaton
    2. Georgie by Robert Bright
    3. The Winding River by Helen Fuller Orton
    4. The Red Tractor by Paul Corey
    5. Puritan Adventure by Lois Lenski
    6. Mayflower Boy by Stanley Young
    7. Shift to the Right by B.J. Chute
    8. Fox Fire by Gertrude Robinson
    The Atlantic Monthly
    , June 1952, pp. 85-87
  5. New Books for Children
    1. Lone Journey by Jeanette Eaton
    2. Georgie by Robert Bright
    3. The Winding River by Helen Fuller Orton
    4. The Red Tractor by Paul Corey
    5. Puritan Adventure by Lois Lenski
    6. Mayflower Boy by Stanley Young
    7. Shift to the Right by B.J. Chute
    8. Fox Fire by Gertrude Robinson
    The Atlantic Monthly
    , December 1952, pp. 100-102
  6. New Books for Children
    1. Lone Journey by Jeanette Eaton
    2. Georgie by Robert Bright
    3. The Winding River by Helen Fuller Orton
    4. The Red Tractor by Paul Corey
    5. Puritan Adventure by Lois Lenski
    6. Mayflower Boy by Stanley Young
    7. Shift to the Right by B.J. Chute
    8. Fox Fire by Gertrude Robinson
    The Atlantic Monthly
    , December 1953, pp. 96-99
  7. New Books for Children
    1. Lone Journey by Jeanette Eaton
    2. Georgie by Robert Bright
    3. The Winding River by Helen Fuller Orton
    4. The Red Tractor by Paul Corey
    5. Puritan Adventure by Lois Lenski
    6. Mayflower Boy by Stanley Young
    7. Shift to the Right by B.J. Chute
    8. Fox Fire by Gertrude Robinson
    The Atlantic Monthly
    , June 1954, pp. 83-85
  8. New Books for Children
    1. Lone Journey by Jeanette Eaton
    2. Georgie by Robert Bright
    3. The Winding River by Helen Fuller Orton
    4. The Red Tractor by Paul Corey
    5. Puritan Adventure by Lois Lenski
    6. Mayflower Boy by Stanley Young
    7. Shift to the Right by B.J. Chute
    8. Fox Fire by Gertrude Robinson
    The Atlantic Monthly
    , December 1954, pp. 94-98
  9. New Books for Children
    1. Lone Journey by Jeanette Eaton
    2. Georgie by Robert Bright
    3. The Winding River by Helen Fuller Orton
    4. The Red Tractor by Paul Corey
    5. Puritan Adventure by Lois Lenski
    6. Mayflower Boy by Stanley Young
    7. Shift to the Right by B.J. Chute
    8. Fox Fire by Gertrude Robinson
    The Atlantic Monthly
    , June 1955, pp. 82-84
  10. [+]
    (21 Reviews)
    New Books for Children
    1. Theodore Turtle by Ellen MacGregor
    2. Play With Me by Marie Hall Ets
    3. Dancing in the Moon by Fritz Eichenberg
    4. Snow Birthday by Helen Kay
    5. The Princess and the Woodcutter's Daughter by Winifred Bromhall
    6. The Tailor's Trick by Rosalys Haskell Hall
    7. Thumps by Hetty Burlingame Beatty
    8. Mikko's Fortune by Lee Kingman
    9. Davy Crockett by Walter Blair
    10. Columbus by Ingri D'Aulaire and Edgar Parin D'Aul...
    11. Plug-Horse Derby by Emma L. Brock
    12. Donkey Detectives by Lavinia R. Davis
    13. The Rabbit's Umbrella by George Plimpton
    14. The Wicked Enchantment by Margot Benary-Isbert
    15. Rosemary by Mary Stolz
    16. Junior Intern by Alan E. Nourse
    17. Borghild of Brooklyn by Harriett H. Carr
    18. The Wound of Peter Wayne by Leonard Wibberley
    19. Hostess in the Sky by Margaret Hill
    20. West Point Plebe by Colonel Red Reeder
    21. Treasury of Christmas Songs and Carols by Henry W. Simon
    The Atlantic Monthly
    , December 1955, pp. 100-102
  11. New Books for Children
    1. Theodore Turtle by Ellen MacGregor
    2. Play With Me by Marie Hall Ets
    3. Dancing in the Moon by Fritz Eichenberg
    4. Snow Birthday by Helen Kay
    5. The Princess and the Woodcutter's Daughter by Winifred Bromhall
    6. The Tailor's Trick by Rosalys Haskell Hall
    7. Thumps by Hetty Burlingame Beatty
    8. Mikko's Fortune by Lee Kingman
    9. Davy Crockett by Walter Blair
    10. Columbus by Ingri D'Aulaire and Edgar Parin D'Aul...
    11. Plug-Horse Derby by Emma L. Brock
    12. Donkey Detectives by Lavinia R. Davis
    13. The Rabbit's Umbrella by George Plimpton
    14. The Wicked Enchantment by Margot Benary-Isbert
    15. Rosemary by Mary Stolz
    16. Junior Intern by Alan E. Nourse
    17. Borghild of Brooklyn by Harriett H. Carr
    18. The Wound of Peter Wayne by Leonard Wibberley
    19. Hostess in the Sky by Margaret Hill
    20. West Point Plebe by Colonel Red Reeder
    21. Treasury of Christmas Songs and Carols by Henry W. Simon
    The Atlantic Monthly
    , December 1956, pp. 101-106
  12. Books for Children: A Christmas List
    1. Theodore Turtle by Ellen MacGregor
    2. Play With Me by Marie Hall Ets
    3. Dancing in the Moon by Fritz Eichenberg
    4. Snow Birthday by Helen Kay
    5. The Princess and the Woodcutter's Daughter by Winifred Bromhall
    6. The Tailor's Trick by Rosalys Haskell Hall
    7. Thumps by Hetty Burlingame Beatty
    8. Mikko's Fortune by Lee Kingman
    9. Davy Crockett by Walter Blair
    10. Columbus by Ingri D'Aulaire and Edgar Parin D'Aul...
    11. Plug-Horse Derby by Emma L. Brock
    12. Donkey Detectives by Lavinia R. Davis
    13. The Rabbit's Umbrella by George Plimpton
    14. The Wicked Enchantment by Margot Benary-Isbert
    15. Rosemary by Mary Stolz
    16. Junior Intern by Alan E. Nourse
    17. Borghild of Brooklyn by Harriett H. Carr
    18. The Wound of Peter Wayne by Leonard Wibberley
    19. Hostess in the Sky by Margaret Hill
    20. West Point Plebe by Colonel Red Reeder
    21. Treasury of Christmas Songs and Carols by Henry W. Simon
    The Atlantic Monthly
    , December 1958, pp. 96-101
  13. Books for Children
    1. Theodore Turtle by Ellen MacGregor
    2. Play With Me by Marie Hall Ets
    3. Dancing in the Moon by Fritz Eichenberg
    4. Snow Birthday by Helen Kay
    5. The Princess and the Woodcutter's Daughter by Winifred Bromhall
    6. The Tailor's Trick by Rosalys Haskell Hall
    7. Thumps by Hetty Burlingame Beatty
    8. Mikko's Fortune by Lee Kingman
    9. Davy Crockett by Walter Blair
    10. Columbus by Ingri D'Aulaire and Edgar Parin D'Aul...
    11. Plug-Horse Derby by Emma L. Brock
    12. Donkey Detectives by Lavinia R. Davis
    13. The Rabbit's Umbrella by George Plimpton
    14. The Wicked Enchantment by Margot Benary-Isbert
    15. Rosemary by Mary Stolz
    16. Junior Intern by Alan E. Nourse
    17. Borghild of Brooklyn by Harriett H. Carr
    18. The Wound of Peter Wayne by Leonard Wibberley
    19. Hostess in the Sky by Margaret Hill
    20. West Point Plebe by Colonel Red Reeder
    21. Treasury of Christmas Songs and Carols by Henry W. Simon
    The Atlantic Monthly
    , December 1959, pp. 172-178
  14. Books for Children: A Christmas List
    1. Theodore Turtle by Ellen MacGregor
    2. Play With Me by Marie Hall Ets
    3. Dancing in the Moon by Fritz Eichenberg
    4. Snow Birthday by Helen Kay
    5. The Princess and the Woodcutter's Daughter by Winifred Bromhall
    6. The Tailor's Trick by Rosalys Haskell Hall
    7. Thumps by Hetty Burlingame Beatty
    8. Mikko's Fortune by Lee Kingman
    9. Davy Crockett by Walter Blair
    10. Columbus by Ingri D'Aulaire and Edgar Parin D'Aul...
    11. Plug-Horse Derby by Emma L. Brock
    12. Donkey Detectives by Lavinia R. Davis
    13. The Rabbit's Umbrella by George Plimpton
    14. The Wicked Enchantment by Margot Benary-Isbert
    15. Rosemary by Mary Stolz
    16. Junior Intern by Alan E. Nourse
    17. Borghild of Brooklyn by Harriett H. Carr
    18. The Wound of Peter Wayne by Leonard Wibberley
    19. Hostess in the Sky by Margaret Hill
    20. West Point Plebe by Colonel Red Reeder
    21. Treasury of Christmas Songs and Carols by Henry W. Simon
    The Atlantic Monthly
    , December 1963, pp. 170-173
  15. Books for Children: A Chistmas List
    1. Theodore Turtle by Ellen MacGregor
    2. Play With Me by Marie Hall Ets
    3. Dancing in the Moon by Fritz Eichenberg
    4. Snow Birthday by Helen Kay
    5. The Princess and the Woodcutter's Daughter by Winifred Bromhall
    6. The Tailor's Trick by Rosalys Haskell Hall
    7. Thumps by Hetty Burlingame Beatty
    8. Mikko's Fortune by Lee Kingman
    9. Davy Crockett by Walter Blair
    10. Columbus by Ingri D'Aulaire and Edgar Parin D'Aul...
    11. Plug-Horse Derby by Emma L. Brock
    12. Donkey Detectives by Lavinia R. Davis
    13. The Rabbit's Umbrella by George Plimpton
    14. The Wicked Enchantment by Margot Benary-Isbert
    15. Rosemary by Mary Stolz
    16. Junior Intern by Alan E. Nourse
    17. Borghild of Brooklyn by Harriett H. Carr
    18. The Wound of Peter Wayne by Leonard Wibberley
    19. Hostess in the Sky by Margaret Hill
    20. West Point Plebe by Colonel Red Reeder
    21. Treasury of Christmas Songs and Carols by Henry W. Simon
    The Atlantic Monthly
    , December 1965, pp. 152-160
  16. Books for Children
    1. Theodore Turtle by Ellen MacGregor
    2. Play With Me by Marie Hall Ets
    3. Dancing in the Moon by Fritz Eichenberg
    4. Snow Birthday by Helen Kay
    5. The Princess and the Woodcutter's Daughter by Winifred Bromhall
    6. The Tailor's Trick by Rosalys Haskell Hall
    7. Thumps by Hetty Burlingame Beatty
    8. Mikko's Fortune by Lee Kingman
    9. Davy Crockett by Walter Blair
    10. Columbus by Ingri D'Aulaire and Edgar Parin D'Aul...
    11. Plug-Horse Derby by Emma L. Brock
    12. Donkey Detectives by Lavinia R. Davis
    13. The Rabbit's Umbrella by George Plimpton
    14. The Wicked Enchantment by Margot Benary-Isbert
    15. Rosemary by Mary Stolz
    16. Junior Intern by Alan E. Nourse
    17. Borghild of Brooklyn by Harriett H. Carr
    18. The Wound of Peter Wayne by Leonard Wibberley
    19. Hostess in the Sky by Margaret Hill
    20. West Point Plebe by Colonel Red Reeder
    21. Treasury of Christmas Songs and Carols by Henry W. Simon
    The Atlantic Monthly
    , December 1966, pp. 148-158
  17. [+]
    (48 Reviews)
    A Matter of Integrity
    1. Johnny Lion's Book by Edith Thacher Hurd
    2. Your Skin and Mine by Paul Showers
    3. Annie's ABC Kitten by Charlotte Steiner
    4. The Rain Puddle by Adelaide Holl
    5. The Red Door by Edith Raymond Locke
    6. The Real Mother Goose by Blanche Fish Wright
    7. The Boat that Mooed by Christopher Fry
    8. Lullabies and Night Songs by William Engvick
    9. A Book of Good Tidings by Joan Anglund
    10. Hector Protector and As I Went Over the Water by Maurice Sendak
    11. Nothingatall, Nothingatall, Nothingatall by Robert Paul Smith
    12. Petunia, I Love You by Roger Duvoisin
    13. Tom and the Small Ant by Leonore Klein
    14. Raminagrobis and the Mice by Harold Berson
    15. Babar Comes to America by Laurent de Brunhoff
    16. The Ugly Duckling by Hans Christian Andersen
    17. Cinderella by Beni Montresor
    18. The Valiant Chattee-Maker by Christine Price
    19. Harlequin and Mother Goose by Ruth Robbins
    20. Grandpa's Farm by James Flora
    21. I Had Trouble in Getting to Solla Sollew by Dr. Seuss
    22. The Empty Schoolhouse by Natalie Savage Carlson
    23. The Mouse and the Motorcycle by Beverly Cleary
    24. Tal and the Magic Barruget by Eva-Lis Wuorio
    25. Mister Jensen and Cat by Lenore Blegvad
    26. The Burning Mountain by Anico Surany
    27. The Sea of Gold and Other Tales from Japan by Yoshiko Uchida
    28. This Is Hong Kong by Miroslav Sasek
    29. River Boy: Adventure on the Amazon by Ralph Herrmanns
    30. Yankee Doodle by Richard Shackburg
    31. The French Are Coming by Wilma Pitchford Hays
    32. Harvest Feast by Wilhelmina Harper
    33. Merry Christmas to You by Wilhelmina Harper
    34. Gateway to America by Hertha E. Pauli
    35. The Art of Africa by Shirley Glubok
    36. Fun with Crewel Embroidery by Erica Wilson
    37. The Stitchery Book: Embroidery for Beginners by Irene Preston Miller and Winifred Lubell
    38. Shapes and Stories by Geoffrey Grigson and Jane Grigson
    39. Frank Lloyd Wright: America's Greatest Architect by Herbert Austin Jacobs
    40. Flying Free by Reidar Brodtkorb
    41. Our Wild Animals by John Bailey
    42. Jamestown: First English Colony by Marshall W. Fishwick
    43. A Book of Love Poems by William Cole
    44. Earth Is the Lords by Helen Plotz
    45. Sprints and Distances by Lillian Morrison
    46. The Swedish Nightingale: Jenny Lind by Elisabeth Kyle
    47. The Lantern Bearer by James Playsted Wood
    48. Jules Verne: Portrait of a Prophet by Russell Freedman
    The Saturday Review
    , November 13, 1965, pp. 51-62 - PDF
  18. [+]
    (51 Reviews)
    Legacy of the Four Hundred
    1. The Mother Goose Treasury by Raymond Briggs
    2. Theodore by Edward Ormondroyd
    3. Keep Your Mouth Closed, Dear by Aliki
    4. Who Was Tricked? by James Cloyd Bowman
    5. Big Sister and Little Sister by Charlotte Zolotow
    6. Circus by Beatrice S. de Regniers
    7. Why the Sun Was Late by Benjamin Elkin
    8. Black and White by David Arkin
    9. The Story of Hanukkah by Norma Simon
    10. Taro and the Sea Turtles by Arnold Dobrin
    11. Kick, Pass, and Run by Leonard Kessler
    12. Round About the City
    13. Eddie the Dog Holder by Carolyn Haywood
    14. You Will Live Under the Sea by Fred B. Phleger and Marjorie Phleger
    15. High-Rise Secret by Lois Lenski
    16. Ponies of Mykillengi by Lonzo Anderson
    17. Jenny by Gene Inyart Namovicz
    18. Pick a Peck of Puzzles by Arnold Roth
    19. The Chemistry of a Lemon by A. Harris Stone
    20. Thanksgiving--Feast and Festival by Mildred Luckhardt
    21. Favorite Fairy Tales Told in Denmark by Virginia Haviland
    22. Zlateh the Goat and Other Stories by Isaac Bashevis Singer
    23. The First Book of Facts and How to Find Them by David C. Whitney
    24. The Mummy Market by Nancy B. Brelis
    25. The Strange Light by James Reeves
    26. The Art of Ancient Peru by Shirley Glubok
    27. The Seventeenth-Street Gang by Emily C. Neville
    28. A Book of Witches by Ruth Manning-Sanders
    29. Eagle Mask: A West Coast Indian Tale by James A. Houston
    30. Long Ago When I Was Young by E. Nesbit
    31. Kallie's Corner by Alice Low
    32. Colonel Sheperton's Clock by Philip Turner
    33. Rodin by Elizabeth Ripley
    34. Mustang: Wild Spirit of the West by Marguerite Henry
    35. Troublemaker by Alberta Armer
    36. Second-Hand Family by Richard Parker
    37. God and His People by Harold Bossage
    38. And Forever Free by James S. Williamson
    39. The Hollywood Kid by Maia Wojciechowska
    40. From Colony to Nation by Olga W. Hall-Quest
    41. The Curse of the Viking Grave by Farley Mowat
    42. Raven's Cry by Christie Harris
    43. Lapland Outlaw by Arthur Catherall
    44. Creating with Plaster by Dona Z. Meilach
    45. The King's Fifth by Scott O'Dell
    46. Tomorrow's Children by Isaac Asimov
    47. Lions in the Way by Bella Rodman
    48. Women's Rights by Olivia E. Coolidge
    49. The Adventure of Man by Arthur S. Gregor
    50. The Silver Swan: Poems of Romance and Mystery by Horace Gregory and Marya Zaturenska
    51. What's the Market? by James Playsted Wood
    The Saturday Review
    , November 12, 1966, pp. 43-54 - PDF
    1. The Mother Goose Treasury by Raymond Briggs
    2. Theodore by Edward Ormondroyd
    3. Keep Your Mouth Closed, Dear by Aliki
    4. Who Was Tricked? by James Cloyd Bowman
    5. Big Sister and Little Sister by Charlotte Zolotow
    6. Circus by Beatrice S. de Regniers
    7. Why the Sun Was Late by Benjamin Elkin
    8. Black and White by David Arkin
    9. The Story of Hanukkah by Norma Simon
    10. Taro and the Sea Turtles by Arnold Dobrin
    11. Kick, Pass, and Run by Leonard Kessler
    12. Round About the City
    13. Eddie the Dog Holder by Carolyn Haywood
    14. You Will Live Under the Sea by Fred B. Phleger and Marjorie Phleger
    15. High-Rise Secret by Lois Lenski
    16. Ponies of Mykillengi by Lonzo Anderson
    17. Jenny by Gene Inyart Namovicz
    18. Pick a Peck of Puzzles by Arnold Roth
    19. The Chemistry of a Lemon by A. Harris Stone
    20. Thanksgiving--Feast and Festival by Mildred Luckhardt
    21. Favorite Fairy Tales Told in Denmark by Virginia Haviland
    22. Zlateh the Goat and Other Stories by Isaac Bashevis Singer
    23. The First Book of Facts and How to Find Them by David C. Whitney
    24. The Mummy Market by Nancy B. Brelis
    25. The Strange Light by James Reeves
    26. The Art of Ancient Peru by Shirley Glubok
    27. The Seventeenth-Street Gang by Emily C. Neville
    28. A Book of Witches by Ruth Manning-Sanders
    29. Eagle Mask: A West Coast Indian Tale by James A. Houston
    30. Long Ago When I Was Young by E. Nesbit
    31. Kallie's Corner by Alice Low
    32. Colonel Sheperton's Clock by Philip Turner
    33. Rodin by Elizabeth Ripley
    34. Mustang: Wild Spirit of the West by Marguerite Henry
    35. Troublemaker by Alberta Armer
    36. Second-Hand Family by Richard Parker
    37. God and His People by Harold Bossage
    38. And Forever Free by James S. Williamson
    39. The Hollywood Kid by Maia Wojciechowska
    40. From Colony to Nation by Olga W. Hall-Quest
    41. The Curse of the Viking Grave by Farley Mowat
    42. Raven's Cry by Christie Harris
    43. Lapland Outlaw by Arthur Catherall
    44. Creating with Plaster by Dona Z. Meilach
    45. The King's Fifth by Scott O'Dell
    46. Tomorrow's Children by Isaac Asimov
    47. Lions in the Way by Bella Rodman
    48. Women's Rights by Olivia E. Coolidge
    49. The Adventure of Man by Arthur S. Gregor
    50. The Silver Swan: Poems of Romance and Mystery by Horace Gregory and Marya Zaturenska
    51. What's the Market? by James Playsted Wood
    The New Republic
    , November 10, 1926, pp. 344-345
  19. [+]
    (15 Reviews)
    Small Countries, Big Projects
    1. We Never Get to Do Anything by Martha Alexander
    2. Jim and the Beanstalk by Raymond Briggs
    3. Little Silk by Jacqueline Ayer
    4. The Seventh Mandarin by Jane Yolen
    5. Be Nice to Josephine by Betty F. Horvath
    6. Satchkin Patchkin by Helen Axford Morgan
    7. The Wonderful Story of How You Were Born by Sidonie Matsner Gruenberg
    8. Sarah Somebody by Florence Slobodkin
    9. Look Through My Window by Jean Little
    10. Russian Ballet School by Leon A. Harris
    11. The Loner by Bianca Bradbury
    12. Franklin Delano Roosevelt by Wilson Sullivan
    13. Beyond the Weir Bridge by Hester Burton
    14. Beyond Diplomacy by Richard J. Walton
    15. The Honours Board by Pamela Hansford Johnson
    The Saturday Review
    , October 24, 1970, pp. 66-67 - PDF