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Books in Armada Pict. Lions S series

  • King of the Wind

    Marguerite Henry, Wesley Dennis

    Paperback (Rand McNally, Aug. 16, 1973)
  • Gunshot Grand Prix

    Douglas Rutherford

    Paperback (Collins, Oct. 15, 1973)
  • Look What I Can Do

    Jose Aruego

    Paperback (Collins, Feb. 15, 1974)
    "Look what I can do!" "I can do it too!" And so begins a lively contest between two water buffalo that ends up being a bigger adventure than either of them had imagined! This simple, nearly wordless picture book is one that the very youngest children will be eager to "read" all by themselves.
  • Fantastic Feats of Doctor Boox

    Andrew Davies

    Paperback (Collins, May 15, 1975)
  • Bears in the Night

    Stan Berenstain, Jan Berenstain

    Paperback (Picture Lions, Oct. 4, 1973)
  • Petunia

    Roger Duvoisin

    Paperback (Collins, Oct. 4, 1973)
  • Bear's Water Picnic

    John Yeoman, Quentin Blake

    Paperback (Collins, June 1, 1974)
  • That Was Then, This is Now

    S.E. Hinton

    Paperback (DELL PUBLISHING, Jan. 1, 1975)
  • Home and Away: A Holiday Book

    Eva Wilson, Brian Robins

    Paperback (Armada, )
  • Turtle Pond

    Berniece Freschet; Illustrated by Donald Carrick, Carrick

    Paperback (Collins, March 15, 1974)
    Turtle Pond (Collins Picture Lions)
  • Mr Morgan's Marrow

    Prudence Andrew

    Paperback (Collins, March 15, 1975)
  • Hill of the Red Fox

    Allan Campbell McLean

    Paperback (Puffin Books, Jan. 1, 1964)
    "Unknown man found shot" said the newspaper headline. Alasdair recognised the man he had met on the train to Skye, the man who had slipped him a desperate last message "Hunt at the Hill of the Red Fox M15". Alasdair finds the Hill of the Red Fox on Skye, but the note still makes no sense. Nor at first do most of the strange and dangerous goings on on the island, many of which involve Alasdair's sinister uncle, Murdo Beaton. There is much more than the odd bit of poaching happening -- nuclear scientists and their secrets are disappearing. People are not always what they seem. Whom can Alasdair really trust? In finding out he uncovers a web of espionage -- and all its perils!