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Books with author Keith Faulkner

  • Loose Lace

    Keith Faulkner

    Hardcover (BARNES & NOBLE, March 15, 1996)
  • Pick-a-tale:fairy Tal

    Keith Faulkner

    Paperback (Price Stern Sloan, Sept. 7, 1994)
    A collection of ten brief retellings of popular fairy tales, including the stories of the three little pigs, the princess and the pea, Rapunzel, and other favorites
  • Mommy's Little Monkey: Pop-up Surprises!, Changing Faces!

    Keith Faulkner, Eric Smith

    Board book (Brighter Minds Children's Publishing, Sept. 30, 2005)
    Readers can lift the flap to see Jack's face change when his mother calls him a monkey, a monster, a clown, and an angel, depending on his behavior.
  • Lost Socks: Where do You think they go?

    Keith Faulkner, Hannah Wood

    Hardcover (Brighter Minds Children's Publishing, Sept. 30, 2005)
    When their mother complains about all the lost socks, Max and his brother come up with fantastical reasons for why they are missing.
  • The Dawn Fairy

    Keith Faulkner, Helen Cann

    Hardcover (Cartwheel Books, Feb. 1, 2000)
    The Dawn Fairy finds a little girl's lost necklace, and takes care of it until she can return it to its owner.
  • The Dusk Fairy

    Keith Faulkner, Helen Cann

    Hardcover (Cartwheel Books, Feb. 1, 2000)
    The Dusk Fairy puts a little girl's messy room in order while the child sleeps.
  • Teddy Tells Time

    Keith Faulkner, Helen Smith

    Hardcover (Inchworm Pr, Oct. 1, 1996)
    Young readers may set the hands of a clock on the last page as they follow Teddy through the day
  • Web Willy in Cyberspace

    Keith Faulkner, Pers Baker

    Hardcover (Dial, May 1, 1998)
    Young computer whiz Willy Smith responds to a mysterious instant message and is hurled into cyberspace, where he becomes Web Willy, Cyberwarrior and, with his cyber-pal Mouse, pursues a fiendish virus.
  • Super Silly Riddles

    Keith Faulkner, Nik Spender

    Paperback (Mondo Pub, Feb. 1, 2002)
    Young readers may lift the flaps to find the solutions to a series of riddles about animals.
  • The sound and the fury,


    Paperback (modern library college editions, March 15, 1956)
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  • What Do You Call a Gorilla with a Banana in Each Ear?

    Keith Faulkner, Nik Spender

    Hardcover (Andre Deutsch Ltd, )
  • Bertie's Big Blue Binoculars

    Keith Faulkner, Jo Davies

    Hardcover (Barrons Juveniles, Sept. 1, 1996)
    Bertie sees amazing pictures with the binoculars which he receives for his birthday; the reader discovers what Bertie sees by using the binoculars attached inside back cover.