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Books with author Alice E. Goudey

  • Day We Saw the Sun Come Up

    Alice E. Goudey

    Library Binding (Atheneum, Feb. 1, 1961)
    None
  • Here come the bees!

    ALICE GOUDEY

    Hardcover (Scribners, March 15, 1960)
    None
  • Red Legs,

    Alice E Goudey

    Hardcover (Scribner, March 15, 1966)
    None
  • Houses from the Sea

    Alice E. Goudey

    Hardcover (Charles Scribner's Sons, March 15, 1959)
    None
  • Here come the dolphins!

    Alice E Goudey

    Unknown Binding (Scribner, March 15, 1961)
    None
  • Red Legs

    Alice E. Goudey

    Library Binding (Scribner, June 15, 1966)
    None
  • Houses from the Sea

    Alice E. Goudey

    Library Binding (Scribner, June 15, 1959)
    Scribners, 1959. Paperback illustrated edition.
  • Houses from the Sea

    Alice E. Goudey, Adrienne Adams

    Library Binding (Atheneum, June 1, 1959)
    On one day waves ran up to meet two children and left seashells lying on the beach. Shells found this day are the beginning of a collection. At the end of the book are two pages showing the shells arranged and labeled, and there are also two pages telling how shells are made.
  • Houses from the sea

    alice goudey

    Paperback (Scribner, March 15, 1959)
    Houses From the Sea Alice Goudey Paperback 1959
  • The Day We Saw the Sun Come Up

    Alice E. Goudey, Adrienne Adams

    Hardcover (Charles Scribner's Sons, March 15, 1961)
    None
  • Houses from the Sea

    Alice E. Goudey, Adrienne Adams

    Hardcover (Charles Scribner's Sons, March 15, 1959)
    One reviewer writes: What a wonderful book. With verse a bit like Mary Oliver poetry for children and the simple pencil drawings, we go along on a seashore journey of collecting all kinds of seashells - always brought to the shore by the retreat and return of the waves. But it isn't just a recounting of the shells, but a tactile description and an imagining of what each shell evoked. The drawings and verse will make this a very enjoyable for young readers.
  • Sara's new scarf

    Alice E Gould

    (CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform, Dec. 6, 2013)
    Sara wanted a new scarf for her birthday, so she went to the woods with her puppy Toto to collect berries to dye wool for the scarf. Along the way, she ran into three funny characters, a scary hunter, a magical shrinking bear, and a talking tree frog. Together they look for berries, and defeat mean wizards. Come along with Sara in this story about a girl in the woods full of magic and wizards and fun. Sara said, ''NO. This is THEIR forest, not yours. Take your maGic and wizards, and Go away from this place. '' Prometheus pats Sara on the head and says, ''Shoo, Shoo, Shoo.'' At her, like a fly.