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Books in Armada Lions series

  • Along Came a Dog

    Meindert DeJong, Maurice Sendak

    Paperback (HarperCollins Publishers, June 30, 1980)
    Along Came A Dog
  • Living Free: Elsa and Her Cubs

    Joy Adamson

    Paperback (Armada, April 6, 1972)
  • Mind Your Own Business

    Michael Rosen, Quentin Blake

    Paperback (HarperCollins Publishers, March 15, 1984)
  • Little Captain

    Paul Biegel

    Paperback (Armada Lion, March 15, 1973)
  • Journey from Peppermint Street

    Meindert; illustrated by Emily Arnold McCully Dejong, Emily Arnold McCully

    Paperback (Collins Armada Lion, Jan. 1, 1973)
    Journey from Peppermint Street
  • When Hitler Stole Pink Rabbit

    Judith Kerr

    Paperback (HarperCollinsChildren'sBooks, Jan. 1, 1993)
    When Hitler Stole Pink Rabbit Kerr, Judith
  • No Way of Telling

    Emma Smith

    Paperback (HarperCollins Distribution Services, Oct. 15, 1973)
  • 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....
  • Mary Poppins Comes Back

    Pamela L. Travers

    Paperback (WILLIAM COLLINS SONS & CO LTD, July 6, 1998)
  • Paddington Abroad

    Michael Bond

    Paperback (HarperCollins Publishers Ltd, April 16, 1973)
    Original adventures of the classic bear from Darkest Peru, soon to be a major movie star! Paddington is in charge of the "EYETINNERY" and, as Mrs Bird mutters darkly, "There's no knowing where we might end up." But Paddington is planning some very good holiday `doings' indeed for the Browns. And he even becomes the only bear ever to ride in the famous Tour de France bicycle race! Paddington Bear has touched the hearts of adults and children worldwide with his earnest good intentions and humorous misadventures for more than fifty years.
  • Paddington Goes to Town

    Michael Bond

    Paperback (Dell Yearling, Jan. 1, 1973)
    Illustrations by Peggy Fortnum
  • Warden's Niece

    Gillian Avery

    Paperback (Armada Lions, Aug. 16, 1974)