Best in Children's Books, Volume 35

Best in Children's Books, Volume 35

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Best in Children's Books, Volume 35 edited by Mary Macnab and Gladys Schwarcz. Nelson Doubleday. Garden City, New York. 1960. The contents of Volume 35 include America's Glorious Past compiled by the editors of "Know Your America" and illustrated with paintings by Alice Smith and drawings by Edward Shenton; The Star-Spangled Banner written by Frances Scott Key and illustrated by Phoebe Erickson; Pet of the Met written and illustrated by Lydia and Don Freeman; The Tinder Box written by Hans Christian Andersen and illustrated by Elizabeth Skilton; Pandora: A Greek Legend based on "The Paradise of Children," from A Wonder Book, written by Nathaniel Hawthorne and illustrated by Colleen Browning; The Velveteen Rabbit written by Margery Williams and illustrated by Maurice Sendak; Simple Sewing: A Doll and Her Clothes written by Tina Lee and illustrated by Luciana Roselli; Let's Look at Russia written by Gladys Schwarcz with drawings by Earl Thollander, color photographs, and an illustrative map; The Wonderful Teakettle: A Japanese Fairy Tale illustrated by Eiichi Mitsui; Beezus and Her Imagination written by Beverly Cleary and illustrated by Mircea Vasiliu; and Amazing Animals of Australia with color photographs. Best in Children's Books was a reading program for youngsters, for which a staff of experts assembled each month a collection of the world's best children's literature, old and new. These volumes, richly illustrated in color by famous artists, are packed from cover to cover with full-length books, poetry, historical adventures, games, fairy tales, nature, science and geography sections -- a wide variety of wholesome reading.


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Best in Children's Books, Volume 35 edited by Mary Macnab and Gladys Schwarcz. Nelson Doubleday. Garden City, New York. 1960. The contents of Volume 35 include America's Glorious Past compiled by the editors of "Know Your America" and illustrated with paintings by Alice Smith and drawings by Edward Shenton; The Star-Spangled Banner written by Frances Scott Key and illustrated by Phoebe Erickson; Pet of the Met written and illustrated by Lydia and Don Freeman; The Tinder Box written by Hans Christian Andersen and illustrated by Elizabeth Skilton; Pandora: A Greek Legend based on "The Paradise of Children," from A Wonder Book, written by Nathaniel Hawthorne and illustrated by Colleen Browning; The Velveteen Rabbit written by Margery Williams and illustrated by Maurice Sendak; Simple Sewing: A Doll and Her Clothes written by Tina Lee and illustrated by Luciana Roselli; Let's Look at Russia written by Gladys Schwarcz with drawings by Earl Thollander, color photographs, and an illustrative map; The Wonderful Teakettle: A Japanese Fairy Tale illustrated by Eiichi Mitsui; Beezus and Her Imagination written by Beverly Cleary and illustrated by Mircea Vasiliu; and Amazing Animals of Australia with color photographs. Best in Children's Books was a reading program for youngsters, for which a staff of experts assembled each month a collection of the world's best children's literature, old and new. These volumes, richly illustrated in color by famous artists, are packed from cover to cover with full-length books, poetry, historical adventures, games, fairy tales, nature, science and geography sections -- a wide variety of wholesome reading.


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