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Let My People Go: Bible Stories Told by a Freeman of Color. A Story of the Cherokee Trail of Tears. A Story by Benjamin Franklin. The True Story of the Amistad Mutiny. Stories of the Underground Railroad in Wisconsin. Toilets, Toasters, and Telephones: The How and Why of Everyday Objects. It Is a Good Day to Die: A Drawing in the Sand: A Story of African American Art.

African Americans Who Made a Difference. Clementine Hunter, Memory Artist. It's a Girl Thing: Women of the Bible: Scripts, Stories, Secrets, and Songs. A Christmas Rhyme in English and Spanish. The Hunterman and the Crocodile: Just What the Doctor Ordered: The History of American Medicine. Princess of the Press: The Story of Ida B. A Journey to Native Canada. The Secret World of the Bronte Children. The Diary of Patsy, a Freed Girl.

While the Candles Burn: Eight Stories for Hanukkah. The Children's Book of Kwanzaa: A Guide to Celebrating the Holiday. The Lonely Lioness and the Ostrich Chicks: The Return of the Buffaloes: The Legend of the Windigo: A Tale from Native North America. The Race to Build a Transcontinental Railroad. As Long as the Rivers Flow: The Stories of Nine Native Americans. The True Story of Charles A. The Fight for Haiti's Freedom. Free to Dream, The Making of a Poet: Rock Art Pictures by Early Americans.

On the Bus with Joanna Cole: When I Was Your Age: Original Stories about Growing Up. In Flight with David McPhail: Totally Private and Personal: Journaling Ideas for Girls and Women. Weaving a California Tradition: A Native American Basketmaker. A Way Out of No Way: The Saga of the Last Viking Warrior. Are Those Animals Real? How Museums Prepare Wildlife Exhibits. Hold Christmas in Your Heart: Stories for the Christmas Season. How Iwariwa the Cayman Learned to Share: How Turtle's Back Was Cracked: A Traditional Cherokee Tale.

Songs From the Loom: A Navajo Girl Learns to Weave. Two Lands, One Heart: How Sweet the Sound: African American Songs For Children. Lives of the Artists: Pierced by a Ray of Sun: An African Wildlife Counting Book. Exploring Light, Color, and Vision.

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Exploring the Earth From Space. Tukama Tootles the Flute: A Tale from the Antilles. The Story of the Negro Baseball Leagues. Grant and the Civil War. The Days Before Now: Sister Shako and Kolo the Goat: Memories of My Childhood in Turkey. I've Got an Idea: Buffalo Tiger and the River of Grass. Mozzarella's Journey From Cow to Pizza. Battlefields and Burial Grounds: I Have a Song to Sing, O!: An Introduction to the Songs of Gilbert and Sullivan.

Native American Rock Art: Messages From the Past. Land of Dark, Land of Light: The Arctic National Wildlife Refuge. The Fiesta of the Day of the Dead. Traditional Everyday Hebrew Prayers. A Great Miracle Happened There: The Iroquois Story of Creation. The Story of the Negro Baseball League. Born to be Giants: The Case of the Gypsy Good-bye: Stand Straight, Ella Kate: The True Story of a Real Giant. A Song That Changed the World. African Americans from Slavery to Freedom. A Portrait of the Cherokee Leader. The Life of an African-American Inventor. Come Home With Me: A Multicultural Treasure Hunt.

Ininatig's Gift of Sugar: Voices From the Future: It's Our World, Too!: Lives of the Musicians: African-American Poetry for Children. Nanabosho, Soaring Eagle, and the Great Sturgeon. Black Explorers in America. Letters From a Slave Girl: The Story of Harriet Jacobs.

Writings of Young Native Americans. The People Could Fly: A Celebration of Our Children.


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Justin and the Best Biscuits in the World. The Road to There: Mapmakers and Their Stories. The Artist Louise Bourgeois. Traditional Spanish Nursery Rhymes. Morning, Noon, and Night: Poems to Fill Your Day. Rhinos for Lunch and Elephants for Supper. Boy With a Camera. A Family of Pueblo Potters. The Grey Lady and the Strawberry Snatcher. Tunnels, Tracks and Trains: Exploring the World of Dolphins.

Exploring the World of Jackals. Exploring the World of Scorpions. The White Swan Express: A Story About Adoption. It Better Be Worth the Trip. Books for Youth in a Digital Age. Book One in the Arthur Trilogy. A Harvest of Color: Growing a Vegetable Garden. One Hundred Years on a Family Farm. One Woman's Fight for Labor. An Inside Look at Spring Training. Latino Baseball Pioneers and Legends. The National Game of the Iroquois. Stories of Ten Remarkable Athletes. A Vision for the Next Generation. The Story of Cesar Chavez.

Memories of a Holocaust Rescuer. The Mystery of Coelophysis. Lewis Howard Latimer Pioneers in Change. Louisa May Alcott Made Perfect. From the Life of Langston Hughes. In Your Own Words: A Beginner's Guide to Writing. Blood on the Forehead: What I Know About Writing. I Am Writing a Poem About A Game of Poetry. Bow Wow Meow Meow: It's Rhyming Cats and Dogs. A Collection of Small Poems. Footprints on the Roof: Poems about the Earth. Voices of Young Black Poets. An Anthology of Poems.

A Farmyard Counting Book. In the Land of Words: New and Selected Poems. A Baseball Story in Nine Innings. Harry Potter and the Order of the Phoenix. Pinocchio, the Boy, or Incognito in Collodi. An Upper Peninsula Conte. I Had a Rooster: A Traditional Folk Song. Goldilocks and the Three Bears: Polly Molly Woof Woof: A Book about Being Happy.

An Island Like You: Stories of the Barrio. A Novel of South Africa. The Flight of Red Bird: The Life of Zitkala-Sa. An Album of Pictures and Verse. A Celebration of Children. Visions and Voices Across the Mesa. Sharing Life in an African Village. Exploring a Natural Wonder. Aldabra, or the Tortoise Who Loved Shakespeare. A Photobiography of Annie Oakley. The Journey to School Integration. Conversations with Immigrant Teenagers. Basketball Pix, Rolls and Rhythms. The Quest of the Grail Knight. Stories of the Supernatural. A Dialogue with Today's Youth. A Drop of Water: A Book of Science and Wonder.

Minnie Evans, Visionary Artist. A Ripple of Hope: The Life of Robert F. The Sea King's Daughter: Are We There Yet? A Journey around Australia. And Other Animal Fairy Tales. Outlaw Girl of Sherwood Forest. A Photobiography of Albert Einstein. The Librarian of Basra: A True Story from Iraq. Saving the Books of Iraq. The Tests of the Ninja.

Nightmares and Fairy Tales: Once Upon a Time. The League of Extraordinary Gentleman: Age of Bronze, Volume 1: Who's in the Hall? A Mystery in Four Chapters. Nature's Magnificent Flying Machines. Revenge of the Witch. With Needle and Thread: A Book About Quilts. Faith Ringgold Portrait of Women Artists. Down the Rabbit Hole: An Echo Falls Mystery. A Book of First Words and Phrases. Bearsie Bear and the Surprise Sleepover Party. Of Numbers and Stars: The Story of Hypatia. God in the Creation Kitchen. The Adventures of the Dish and the Spoon. Growing Up in Hitler's Shadow.

Life in the Lodz Ghetto. Stories of the Holocaust. Growing up in Vietnam. The Night of the Burning: Searching for the Gypsies. Stars, Crosses and Crescents. Two Friends, Three Stories. Jackie Robinson Against the Odds. Growing Up Behind the Iron Curtain. A Book of Zulu Words. A South African Story.

Just Right for a Railroad Man. An Environmental Book for Kids. An Endangered Animal Alphabet. Elsie-Marie and her Seven Little Daddies. Ocean Life by the Numbers. A Journey Through Poems and Art. There's a Wolf at the Door: Young Voices of Afghanistan. A Story of Angel Island. Citizen Hawk of New York City. Stories from the Amazon. Looking In, Looking Out. A Gee's Bend Quilt. Attack of the Fiend. Wrath of the Bloodeye. Paula Kahumbu Peter Greste. A Twentieth Century Life. The Story of Althea Gibson.

Making Milk and So Much More. A Second Is a Hiccup: A Child's Book of Time. A Case of Mistaken Identity. Adventures in Burrwood Forest. Origins The Missing Link Trilogy: A Story of Abraham and Isaac. Solomon and the Ant and Other Jewish Folktales. Growing Up on the Rock. You Can, Toucan, Math: A Book of Opposites. Shark and Lobster's Amazing Undersea Adventure. Stories of a Louisiana Family. Dreamhunter Book One of the Dreamhunter Duet.

Saving Endangered Great Apes. Red Ridin' in the Hood and Other Cuentos. Tales My Zayda Told Me. A Nineteenth-Century American Girl. His Fairy Tale Life.

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A Foldout Book of People Sounds. A Toddler's First Book of Yoga. Stories and Songs of Emancipation. Technically, It's Not My Fault: A Coyote's On the Loose. A Comedy in Three Parts. John Muir and Stickeen: Johann Gutenberg and the Amazing Printing Press.

The Adventures of Mark Twain. A Muslim Family's Story. Li'l Dan the Drummer Boy: A Civil War Story. Ananse and the Lizard: A West African Tale. The Tale of Vocal Virtuosa. What It's Like to be a Baby. Portrait of an Artist. An American Love Story. Red Sings from Treetops: A Year in Colors. The Day the Soldiers Stopped Fighting. The Darwins' Leap of Faith. A Photobiography of Nellie Bly. The Voice of the Statue of Liberty. The Man Behind the Peace Prize. Voices of Iraqi Refugees. The Life of an Ailey Student. The Life of Antoni Gaudi. Electronic drawing pads and e-books have made it possible for me to create and publish my own books -- and do so in quantity.

The books were always squeezed in between art I needed to do to fill 26 Sally Huss Galleri For years I have wanted to do what I am doing now -- writing and illustrating my children's books. The books were always squeezed in between art I needed to do to fill 26 Sally Huss Galleries my degree was from USC in Fine Art ; and licensing demands for clothing, greeting cards American Greetings , purses, bibs, dinnerware, wallpaper ; and the daily King Features Syndicated inspirational panel I do for newspapers called Happy Musings.

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Through the years my art and writings have found their way into homes from Hollywood to The White House and perhaps even your house or your mother's. Along with art, I have had a long history with tennis. In fact I was raised to be a champion U. Junior and Wimbledon Champion, then a semi-finalist in the women's division at Wimbledon in singles and doubles. Later I became one of the top senior players in the country. For me, these present the clearest and most practical explanation of life and man's structure in it that I've come across. These light-filled pages send my heart soaring and give me food for my present work.

I also still play a bit of tennis and walk the beach daily. Books by Sally Huss. Trivia About Children's Books No trivia or quizzes yet. Just a moment while we sign you in to your Goodreads account. Separate plates or in text? Other illustrators the pictures call to mind? Choose your search words carefully: Unusual words really help: Names which could be spelled in various ways are hard to search; Peatie Peety Petey Peetie Peaty Words which could be hyphenated or not also take time, especially with older books which may follow different conventions: See also our Links for Collectors in the Collector's Corner.

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We also appreciate those who take the time to thank the contributors for researching their books. I am looking for a book that I think was from the early 80's.

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It has dinosaurs and taught colors. Each page was a different Dino. And the whole page was the color scheme of the Dino. I know I'm not giving a lot of inso but that is all I remember. Looking for a book and record set, from the 60's I think. Unfortunately I don't have much info, but here's what I remember:. Book is from the 70's's. A mother or step-mother wants to be rid of one of her daughters, so she send her into the woods during a storm to find either strawberries or flowers, which, of course, are not blooming, and tells her not to return without them.

The girl meets 12 brothers who represent the 12 months. The brothers help her out by making flowers bloom early, etc. This one may be too recent. It shows a girl running through the storm on the cover: The Month-Brothers by S. Marshak, illustrated and retold by Diane Stanley http: Also there is The Month Brothers as adapted from the Samuel Marshak play, by Dorothy Nathan, illustrated by Uri Schulevitz This has a picture in a circle on the front of two Russian gentlemen, the brothers, in long coats, in the snow.

We have a 1st of this in ex-library Very Good with a Very Good jacket http: As usual, the real bargain is in the middle of the list. Windy Hill's books are in beautiful condition. If she says Fine, she means it. This book was reprinted in I cannot recall the title or author of this specific children's book - it was very large, the cover was blue, had a large tree with random household things growing on it seems like paper clips, measuring tapes, etc The book had lots of scenarios of households and towns I'm guessing it was published sometime in the 80's This book has quite a few stories and they all have unusual endings or something funny.

One of the stories is a man lying in bed at night and he sees two eyes, so he thinks, at the foot of his bed. I think he shoots at it and it was his big toes with the moon shining on them, which made them look like eyes. I think one of the other stories in the book was something about a golden arm. The story in which the man shoots at his own toes is "Thing at the foot of the bed". Here are the contents: Some people say -- Funny ones: It was republished, so check for various covers to see if one matches your memories. The book I'm looking for has to be from the late 's.

Very cool illustrations of a young girl totally dressed in the mod style black and white dresses and the bob-style straight haircut. It had something to do with her shopping for clothes. She carries too many boxes and falls and in the end I just remember an image of her wrapped up in bandages. Any idea what this book is? Ive been racking my brain for days about a book that I read in my third grade glass in All I can vaguely remember is a boy that has three wishes or three magical powers he can use or take with him on his journeys with his dragon or big bird?

I think Ive lost my mind, but I know the book exists.


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  6. I remember him walking alone on a frozen snow-covered lake in a blizzard perhaps????? He looks so sad I LOVE that book. Hi, Thanks but that's not the book I DO have that one I'm trying to remember the name of a book I read in the early s, about a Plains Indian boy with a club foot. He was left behind when his village had to move, and he along with possibly an elder caught and tamed a wild horse. One phrase that sticks in my mind is "Faster than any man can run," which may have been the subtitle, or perhaps part of a cover blurb.

    I've tried Googling to no avail. There's a chance it was a school library or Scholastic book sale book. Perhaps it is Amee-Nah: It is still available. I'm hoping to find a book from possibly the late 70's to the early 90's. The only thing I can remember is that it was about a man or boy who had a hole or tear in his clothes and kept taking other parts of his clothes to patch it This is from 50's or 40's.

    Mother Goose with a big red hat on cover with other animals. I'm looking for a book that I thought was called '' Return to The Sea''. It's about a wooden toy shaped like an Indian in a boat and it travels thru rivers and streams until it turns into driftwood. I haven't seen a copy since the 's. See if the artwork on this looks familiar. You can Look Inside the book http: Paddle-to-the-Sea by Holling C. Hollings We have collectible copies in stock frequently, but there are modern reprints with trimmed margins.

    I remember a book from my youth would have been from 's - probably later 70's rather than earlier about a girl who goes into a quiet and elaborate mansion. Inside, she discovers portraits of approximately 7 to 9 beautiful women, one was named Mavis. The portraits come to life. It was purchased at a book fair when I was in elementary school probably 4th grade or so. They used to make themselves into swings and slides and other fun things.

    Looking for an old children's story about a girl visiting a chateau and enters the basement somehow and can't find her way out. I am looking for a picture book, maybe from the 80s, about an ant. The local giant saw it and had to teach the ant the importance of puntuation. I'm also looking for this book! Google has been less than helpful and no one I talk to know what I'm talking about. I remember it being in one of those 'textbooks' issued in elementary school. Hopefully someone will answer this post soon! In one of the books I can remember it was four or five teens going on a trip to an island.

    Before they went they had all gotten their own colored backpacks. I can't remember any names and don't remember any details whatsoever from the other books.