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Books published by publisher Armada Lions

  • Thursday's Child

    Noel Streatfeild

    Paperback (ARMADA LIONS, March 15, 1973)
    Margaret Thursday grandly announced to the orphanage children, 'I'm not properly an orphan. I was found on a Thursday on the church step, with three of everything, all the very best quality.' (Occasionally Margaret's story included embroidered crowns on her clothes as well.) And each time she was asked, 'Who do you think you might be then?' she had dozens of ready replies. Whoever she was, Margaret had made herself the arch enemy of the crel matron. Soon things reached such a dreadful state that she decided to run away from St. Luke's, but not without Peter and Horatio, and her three of everything.... So the children fled in the night to become the unlikeliest leggers ever seen on a canal boat. And Margaret proved that she was a person of the very best quality....
  • Goodbye Gemma

    Noel Streatfeild

    Paperback (Armada Lions, March 15, 1969)
    Good-Bye Gemma
  • Warden's Niece

    Gillian Avery

    Paperback (Armada Lions, Aug. 16, 1974)
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  • Little Captain

    Paul Biegel

    Paperback (Armada Lion, March 15, 1973)
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  • The Voyage of the Dawn Treader

    C. S. Lewis

    Mass Market Paperback (Armada Lions, Jan. 1, 1982)
    The book tells the story of Lucy and Edmund, with their cousin Eustace who journeyed on board the gallant ship the Dawn Trader to the Eastern Islands in search of the seven lost friends of king Caspian's father. It was an amazing voyage full of surprises. Read and find out the surprises.
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  • BY THE SANDHILLS OF YAMBOORAH

    Reginald Ottley

    Paperback (Armada Lions, March 15, 1971)
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  • Chestnut Gold

    Patricia (Pat) Leitch

    Mass Market Paperback (Armada Lions, March 8, 1984)
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  • The Reluctant Dragon

    Kenneth Grahame

    Paperback (Armada Lions, March 15, 1972)
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  • The House That Sailed Away

    PAT HUTCHINS

    Paperback (ARMADA LIONS, Jan. 1, 1981)
    In a heavy downpour, apparently occasioned by Grandma's arrival, Morgan's house floats out of London to the high seas, where Morgan, Grandma, Father, Mother, and the baby cope with pirates, cannibals and kidnappers
  • The Sword in the Stone

    T.H. White

    Paperback (Armada Lions, Jan. 1, 1973)
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  • Apple Bough

    Noel Streatfeild

    Mass Market Paperback (Armada Lions, Jan. 1, 1990)
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  • Ballet Shoes for Anna

    Noel Streatfeild, Jenny Thorne

    Mass Market Paperback (Armada Lions, Jan. 1, 1984)
    Having lost their parents in an earthquake, Anna and her siblings live with their prim uncle and feeble aunt. Anna lives only to dance – but her uncle forbids her to have anything to do with ballet. How will she survive? For Anna, everything takes second place to her burning desire to dance. Even the earthquake that destroyed her Turkish home has not made her think differently, only now she's stuck in a prim suburban household with an uncle who "doesn't approve" of dancing. What can Anna do? Not only is there no one to give her lessons, but there's no money for them either, and, anyway, dancing's forbidden. Will she ever become the ballerina she longs to be?