Tuesday, 15 December 2009

1001 children's books... part 6

ages 5+ part 3...
51. Apoustsiak by Paul-Emie Victor [France] - no
52. Foxie by Ingri & Edgar Parin D'Aulaire - no
53. Peanuts by Charles M Schulz - YES
54. Roule galette by Natha Caputo, illustrated Pierre Belves [France] - no
55. One morning in Maine by Robert McCloskey - no
56. The bears on Hemlock Mountain by Alice Dalgliesh, illustrated Helen Sewell - no
57. The biggest bear by Lynd Ward - no
58. The little horse bus by Graham Greene, illustrated Dorothy Craigie - no
59. Charlotte's web by EB White, illustrated Garth Williams - YES
60. Marlaguette by Marie Colmont, illustrated Gerda Muller - no
61. Jip and Janneke by Annie MG Schmidt [Netherlands] - no
62. Teddy Robinson stories by Joan G Roinson - no
63. Detectives in togas by Henry Winterfeld, illustrated Charlotte Kleinert [Germany] - no
64. Harold and the purple crayon by Crockett Johnson - YES
65. Clever Polly and the stupid wolf by Catherine Storr, illustrated Marjorie-Ann Watts
66. A toad who wanted to be a star by OScar Alfaro [Argentina] - no
67. Italian folktales by Italo Calvino [Italy] - no
68. A tree is nice by Janice May Udry, illustrated Marc Simont - no
69. Captain Pugwash by John Ryan - no
70. Crictor by Tomi Ungerer - YES
71. Chanticleer and the fox by Barbara Cooney - no [but I have read Chaucer's 'original'...]
72. Little Old Mrs Pepperpot by Alf Proysen, illustrated Bjorn Berg - no
73. LIttle Nicholas by Rene Goscinny, illustrated Jacques Sempe - no
74. Are you my mother? by PD Eastman - YES
75. The orange cow by Nathan Hale, illustrated Lucile Butel - no

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