Tuesday, 15 December 2009

1001 children's books... part 5

ages 5+ part two...
26. Ameliaranne and the green umbrella by Constance Heward, illustrated Susan Pearse - no
27. Rupert the bear by Mary Tourtel - no
28. Velveteen Rabbit by Margaret Williams, illustrated Willam Nicholson - YES, some version or other
29. Come hitcher by Walter de la Mare, illustrated Alec Buckels - no
30. When we were very young by AA Milne, illustrated EH Shepard - YES, and own it
31. Now we are six by AA Milne, illustrated EH Shepard - YES, and own it
32. Milly-Molly-Mandy stories by Joyce Lankester Brisley - no
33. Millions of cats by Wanda Gag - no
34. The Squirrel, the Hare and the Little Grey Rabbit by Alison Uttley, illustrated Margaret Tempest - YES
35. All about Doggie and Pussycat by Josef Capek [Czechoslovakia] - no
36. The wonderful farm by Marcel Ayme, illustrated Natalie Parain - no
37. Little Tim and the brave sea captain by Edward Ardizzone - no
38. Elise Piddock skips in her sleep by Eleanor Farjeon - YES
39. Mr Popper's penguins by Richar Atwater, illustrated Robert Lawson - no
40. The little wooden horse by Ursula M Williams, illustrated Joyce L Brisley - no
41. Caps for sale by Esphyr Slobodkina - YES
42. Michka by Marie Colmont, illustrated Feodor Rojankovsky [France] - no
43. The little red engine gets a name by Diana Ross, illustrated Jan Lewitt & George Him - no
44. Tweet tweet by Ludmila Podjavorinksa [Slovakia] - no
45. Tales and legends by Javier Villafane, illustrated Tabare [Argentina] - no
46. Pippi Longstocking by Astrid Lindgren - no, and hang my head in shame...
47. Stone soup by Marcia Brown - YES
48. The dolls' house by Rumer Godden - no
49. My father's dragon by Ruth S Gannett, illustrated Ruth C Gannett - no
50. Blueberries for Sal by Robert McCloskey

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