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All other p ending posts are reviewed individually and approved at least daily. No sales offers, please. Many, many thanks to all the wonderful readers who help to ID these books! We also appreciate those who take the time to thank the contributors for researching their books. I am looking for a book I think iscalled "The Runaway Train"published in the '40's. My brother sister and I all loved this book and no one seems to know anything about it.
It is mostly pictures. A boy gets a set of electric trains that come in big boxes and he sets them up in his house. The train starts off but instead of following the tracks he set up it goes off on tracks that he had not set up and goes all over town. It goes through stores, peoples houses and I remember one picture in particular when the tracks run right across the table of 4 women playing bridge. It eventually comes back to his house and when he tries to show his parents what happened all the tracks are back to normal.
Maybe it has another name but I have been looking for it for at least 25 years with no success. I'm looking for a beautiful, each page fully illustrated, book I read to my kids when then were young--around Embarrassingly, I cannot remember much of the plot, but there was a Mrs. Mouse maybe rabbit, but I think mouse , who lived in a tree.
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She had a kitchen, tea set, etc. At one point she was forced from her house, and when she came back it was in shambles, and she had to put it right again. That's all I can remember. The illustrations were detailed, and simply beautiful. I think the book was a little larger than most in size. I have googled and searched extensively, but to no avail. Our copy was ruined when our basement flooded, and I regret not writing the name of it down!
Any help would be appreciated. I'm looking for a book that my mother read to me when I was really little I don't remember the title, but it was about a woman in winter during a storm who opened the door and let in a cat When spring came they all went their separate ways and then come winter again she'd find them returning I remember this giant dog probably tan, tho book might not have been illustrated in color pictured larger than the Sphinx. Sounds like a book I have from the mid 50's titled "Peanut". It's about a very small dog who makes friends with a Great Dane.
Black and white drawings. Very sweet. Someone else is looking for this book and a viewer suggested William Pene du Bois' Otto books. Search "Sphinx" on your page search and you will see the other query. These books are small and square with illustrated paper covers, I think you would probably remember the format. I can't remember the Sphinx, but the book was not a series.
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We sold ours for quite a lot ten years ago, but here is the blurb: Delightfully illustrated story of a friendly puppy who grows big as a house. Much like Clifford. Owl helps girl escape witch and dies from spell Can anyone tell me the name of this book? I looked through 58 children's owl books from our old listings and couldn't find it. Of course Garner's Owl Service is the first book that springs to mind, but it's not that. Help, "children's librarian"! I read this beautiful story about a young adult who lives in an abandoned Carasouel or behind it and then saves a girl from drowning in the ocean.
He doesn't think much of her at first, he gets a job on the beach at some shop. He soon grows to love the girl. It's a hard story to find and I would love to know the title and Author. Thank you so very much it would mean alot to me! Im looking for 2 books my wife read as a child. The titles "me to mommy me to" and"18 teen cousins and me" Thanks. Our grandchildren have heard us talk about them so much. They are probably from the late 50's. Over the years I have remembered all the books I wanted to from growing up except this one.
Hardback book, newly published, first book I remember with "spelunking" being mentioned in story not title. Brother and sister, pieces of paper or a diary and clues in a cave, maybe in bottles to keep them dry. Recall deliberate parallels to Jules Verne's "Journey to the Center of the Earth" in that I think there was an Uncle and maybe a Professor as well, maybe underground lake.
Could be mixing up some plots as I was a fan of everything from the Danny Dunn series to those with books featuring Mrs. Great site - looked through everything in case I had some answers for others, but the few I did, had been resolved by others. SeriesHello, your wonderfully descriptive query immediately brought to mind one of my childhood favourites. It was a hard cover and there was a picture on the front of Trixie in spelunking gear. That's the only possibility that comes to mind.
Had a picture of her on the front wearing spelunking gear. Thanks for the list!
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If any of you have enjoyed any of these books, take a look at the others. They all fit together. I'm not familiar with Five Yard Fuller Didn't mean to short-change Ethelyn M. Parkinson by only mentioning her "Rupert Piper" books. In fact, I probably enjoyed these even more, if that were possible:.
My mother gave away books from a series long ago at a yard sale. They were about young girls who survived disasters and danger. For instance, a blind girl rescued her little baby brother from a house fire, and two girls from Australia were home alone and survived a dingo attack. The series was non-fiction I believe and published in the late 's. The cover of one of the books featured a blonde girl paddling a canoe through a flood. I thought it was called "Brave Girls from Around the World," but that's not right.
If anyone can think of anything, please let me know! Hello, My husband is looking for a book he read growing up with a magic talking oven. That's all he remembers of it, unfortunately. The Phantom Tollbooth reminded him of it. If anybody remembers this childhood book that he read back in the s, please tell me the author and title. It was a quite exciting - someone tries to kidnap them etc,they eventually find the treasure which is hidden behind a waterfall,which turns out to be the Veil of the King Tried all kinds of searches but nothing remotely like it turns up!
Please can you help :. I read this book about 10 years ago and it really made an impact on me. I can not remember the title or the author. The main character was a litle girl with red hair and freckles. She was orphaned and ran away from countless foster homes. It was set in a time when women could not vote and had no free will.
Her name was Charlotte. She disguised herself as a boy and went by the name of Charlie. She lived in the barn on a farm that an old man owned and she never told him until he found her. She loved horses and worked for the old man for a long time. Eventually she owned her own ranch, still as Charlie and continued on life as a boy, eventually voting as one.
I am looking for a childrens book that I thought was called "the great oak".
However, I cannot find it on any searches. What I remember about the book is that it is about a little boy who is growing up in the middle of Austria during WWII. There is some significance about an oak possibly different type? I believe they were very wealthy. The father dies in a huge explosion that he planned to also kill all the nazis that had taken over their place.
The Chestry Oak by Kate Seredy? The country and setting are right. There's a wonderful horse and a boy. He's a prince. It's been a while since I've read it, so I don't know about the explosion. It has a red jacket and a black horse. We've had many copies over the years and they always sell immediately, but try abebooks. When I was little, I read a book about a boy and a girl named Ruth. I don't remember the boy's name. Bend two pipe cleaners in half and staple one on each side for whiskers. Write a letter on each strip alternating red and white.
Have your child glue them down in the correct order. Draw faces on the large marshmallows. Cut the strawberries and bananas into thin slices except the bottom of the strawberry. Leave the bottom in more of a pyramid shape for the top of the hat. On a skewer, slide the strawberry bottom on and then alternate bananas and strawberry slices. Finish with the marshmallow face. Have your child draw the cat in the hat with marker and then use their Kwik Stix paints to add the color and details.
Have your child color two thick popsicle sticks red. Draw a black circle on each one and write Thing 1 and Thing 2 on each one. Glue two googley eyes and a blue puff ball on top. These green eggs and ham treats will be a crowd pleaser! And they are great for kids to help create! Lay out some wax paper and if you are having your child help, be prepared for snacking and a little mess. Melt white chocolate and add a dob on each pretzel square.
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Allow it to harden and enjoy! A little food coloring will be quite the thrill for an eggs-cellent morning breakfast! Plus, it is great for talking about not judging things by how they appear on the outside. Cut out two egg shapes on cardstock. Using spatulas, race to see who can get to the other side without letting their egg fall on the ground!
Vanilla pudding with a little green food coloring, a vanilla wafer cookie for an egg yolk, and a few sprinkles for fun to create this fun snack! These fun Dr. Seuss flashcards are great for learning letters and organizing things in alphabetical order! The set I added also includes shapes and numbers! Yertle the Turtle is a great story to talk about being greedy and the importance of thinking about how your choices affect others. We love to dress-up and act out the stories that we read! Dress-up is such a great way of stretching the imagination and bringing stories to life.
It can also help children comprehend stories and work on their retelling skills. It is great for stretching and moving your body while at the same time practicing your alphabet! You can always make it even more challenging by using the letter sounds when you play. Twisty, turny, active play! All bears, bunnies and other softies are washable in 30 degrees handwash and are flameproof. If your product has plastic eyes they are double-locked, making it near impossible to drag them out — especially for a child. Be the first to know about our sales and special discounts as our VIP-customer!
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