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Books with author Helen Clare

  • Five Dolls in a House

    Helen Clare

    Paperback (Puffin Books, March 15, 1973)
    Children book. Hard cover tale of the five dolls
  • Five Dolls in a House, and Other Stories

    Helen Clare

    Hardcover (Random House Children's Books (A Division of Random House Group), Dec. 31, 1967)
  • Merlin's Magic

    Helen Clare

    Hardcover (Hamish Hamilton Ltd, )
  • Five Dolls in a House

    Helen Clare, Aliki

    Hardcover (Prentice-Hall, March 15, 1965)
    Juvenile fiction.
  • Christmas Uncancelled

    Helen M Clarke

    language (, Dec. 6, 2012)
    Christmas is going to be awful. Lynette's parents have won a dream holiday and are dumping her on a boring relative. No one has bothered to warn Lynette that her annoying young cousin will be there as well, or that her aunt's new neighbours are rude, unfriendly and decidedly strange. Angry with her parents, and irritated by old-fashioned Auntie Dorothy and exuberant little Johnny, Lynette prepares herself for a miserable time. She has no intention of even trying to make the best of things. However, being self-centredly ill-humoured proves harder than she expects.This is not an action-packed adventure. There are no major dramas, tragedies or grim lessons. It is a gentle story about a twelve-year-old girl's reaction to the ups and downs of an unwelcome situation and her growing self-awareness and sensitivity towards other people.The story, which is suitable for children and adults, has a Christian slant in that it features carol singing and a scene in church on Christmas morning.
  • The Tide

    Clare Helen Welsh

    Hardcover (Little Tiger Press, May 2, 2019)
    Grandad doesn't remember things like he used to. But I love him as much as I always have. And I know that he loves me. A story about families, laughter, and how we can help a loved one with dementia live well.
  • Ruth: More than a love story

    Clark, Helen

    Paperback (Day One Publications, Jan. 28, 2008)
  • Canine Confusions And Feline Frustrations: A cat and dog saga told through the animals' emails

    Helen M Clarke

    language (, Aug. 23, 2016)
    Rescue dog Scruff has just moved into a new home, where resident cat Cleopatra reigns supreme. To Scruff's surprise, Cleopatra doesn't seem particularly thrilled to have him around. As Scruff and Cleopatra try to come to terms with their new living arrangements, Scruff exchanges emails with worldly-wise Maxie, his friend from the Pound, while Cleopatra corresponds with her devoted sister Tallulah.A quick read, written in British English.
  • Prowlers In The Moonlight

    Helen M Clarke

    language (, March 26, 2013)
    A children's mystery story, set in an English village, and seen through the eyes of eleven-year-old Kathryn."I loved spending the Summer holidays on my grandparents' farm, but this time was different. There were so many weird things going on it was unbelievable. Buildings were catching fire, bikes and lawn mowers and fruit were disappearing, prowlers were wandering around at nights, and we seemed to get tangled up with strange people everywhere we turned. And all this in a dozy little village where nothing ever happened. My cousins - Kelly and Michael - were thrilled to have so many mysteries to solve and were determined to investigate, even though Gran had threatened to send us home if there was any trouble. I wasn't so sure, but decided to go along with them - and it got really scary."
  • Vikings

    Helen Clarke

    Hardcover (Gloucester Press, March 15, 1979)
    A history of the Vikings and a discussion of their daily life.
  • The Lady of the Lily Feet and Other Stories of Chinatown

    Clark Helen F

    Paperback (HardPress Publishing, Jan. 28, 2013)
    Unlike some other reproductions of classic texts (1) We have not used OCR(Optical Character Recognition), as this leads to bad quality books with introduced typos. (2) In books where there are images such as portraits, maps, sketches etc We have endeavoured to keep the quality of these images, so they represent accurately the original artefact. Although occasionally there may be certain imperfections with these old texts, we feel they deserve to be made available for future generations to enjoy.
  • The Lady of the Lily Feet and Other Stories of Chinatown:

    Helen F. Clark

    Paperback (Cornell University Library, June 25, 2009)
    Originally published in 1900. This volume from the Cornell University Library's print collections was scanned on an APT BookScan and converted to JPG 2000 format by Kirtas Technologies. All titles scanned cover to cover and pages may include marks notations and other marginalia present in the original volume.