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Books published by publisher Dial

  • Nothing Here But Trees

    Jean Van Leeuwen, Phil Boatwright

    Hardcover (Dial, Sept. 1, 1998)
    While trying to make it through Ohio's thick and untamed forest, a pioneer family struggles to overcome their many obstacles, but as time goes on, the family begins to utilize the trees in many ways and to see the forest as their home.
  • When Mack Came Back

    Brad Strickland

    Hardcover (Dial, June 1, 2000)
    It's 1943, times are hard, and Maury Painter is struggling to fill the void that his brother, off at war, has left, when a devoted dog named Mack comes into his life, giving him the strength he needs to find his own way.
  • Peabody

    Rosemary Wells

    Hardcover (Dial, Sept. 15, 1983)
    Annie's affection for Peabody, her teddy bear, is temporarily overshadowed by the novelty of a new talking birthday doll.
  • A Child's Treasury of Seaside Verse

    Mark Daniel

    Hardcover (Dial, May 20, 1991)
    A collection of verses about the sea from Byron, Shakespeare, Whitman, Yeats, and other British and American writers of the nineteenth and early twentieth century
  • Hen Goes Shopping

    Mark Birchall

    Hardcover (Dial, Feb. 18, 2002)
    Hen makes a shopping list to go to the store and fills her basket with everything she needs, in a whimsical tale that includes flaps to lift and tabs to pull.
  • At a Petting Zoo with Teddy Bear

    Jacqueline McQuade

    Board book (Dial, June 1, 1999)
    The bear from Christmas with Teddy Bear and Good Times with Teddy Bear returns in a visit with his mom to a petting zoo where he meets pigs, ducks, and llamas.
  • Dinner with Fox

    Stephen Wyllie

    Hardcover (Dial, Sept. 4, 1990)
    A thin fox grows plump dining on his neighbors until an unexpected dinner guest arrives and gives him his just desserts
  • Brother Eagle, Sister Sky

    Susan Jeffers

    Hardcover (Dial, Sept. 2, 1991)
    "How can you buy the sky? How can you own the rain and the wind?" So begin the moving words attributed to a great American Indian chief--Chief Seattle--over 100 years ago. They are words that eloquently capture the central belief of Native Americans: that this earth and every creature on it is sacred. It is this belief that inspired Susan Jeffers' extraordinary full-color paintings.
  • The Magic Costumes: A Story with Pop-ups, Foil, and More

    Jamie Lehrer

    Hardcover (Dial, Oct. 1, 1996)
    Flora and Mark discover a magic costume box that leads them on a quest to save the Fairy Queen from an evil wizard's spell
  • Trouble for Breakfast

    Sandy Gullikson

    Hardcover (Dial, Sept. 17, 1990)
    With Mama Cactus-Eared Rabbit down with the flu, her mischievous twins, Munchit and Crunchit, and their friends--Rufus Coyote and his grumpy sister, Greyer, and cousin Arnold the Armadillo--set out to cook Mama a perfect get-well meal
  • I'll Give You Kisses

    Diane Paterson

    Hardcover (Dial, Dec. 29, 2003)
    When Baby refuses to smile, determined Auntie will do all she can to get a grin on his pouting face, in an amusing picture book with full-color illustrations.
  • The Mystery of the Flying Orange Pumpkin

    Steven Kellogg

    Hardcover (Dial, Jan. 1, 1980)