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    Animals of the Bible

    Helen Dean Fish, Dorothy P. Lathrop

    Hardcover (J. B. Lippincott, March 15, 1965)
    Dorothy Lathrop's Animals of the Bible won the very first Caldecott Medal when it was originally published in 1937. Now, in honor of the sixtieth anniversary of this prestigious medal and its first recipient, comes this special deluxe edition of Lathrop's award-winning collection of some of the Bible's most extraordinary animals. Thirty richly detailed black-and-white drawings illustrate the favorite stories of the Creation, Noah's Ark, the first Christmas, and many others. A glorious tribute to a great tradition in children's literature, this special anniversary edition will be a keepsake to treasure for years to come.
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    Clare Turlay Newberry

    Hardcover (Smithmark Pub, Feb. 1, 1998)
    Family strife results when James' cocker spaniel puppy does not make friends with Nell Jean's tabby kitten
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    Four and Twenty Blackbirds: A Collection of Old Nursery Rhymes

    Helen Dean Fish, Robert Lawson

    Hardcover (Lippincott Williams & Wilkins, June 1, 1937)
    An absolute treasure filled with darling pictures. Perfect for bed-time stories all year round.
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    Snow White And The Seven Dwarfs

    Wanda Gag

    Hardcover (Univ Of Minnesota Press, July 26, 2004)
    An illustrated version of the Grimm brothers' beloved classic.
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    The Forest Pool

    Laura Adams Armer

    Hardcover (Longman Group United Kingdom, Jan. 15, 1938)
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    Seven Simeons

    Boris Artzybasheff

    Hardcover (Viking Juvenile, Sept. 5, 1961)
    Book is in excellent condition! No wear marks, binding is tight, pages are clean!
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    Andy and the Lion

    James Daugherty

    Paperback (Puffin Books, March 1, 1989)
    A Caldecott Honor BookWhile walking to school one day, Andy meets a lion and soon makes a new friend. A tale of gratitude and helping out our neighbors, children of all ages will love this retelling of the classic folktale “Androcles and the Lion.”
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    Wee Gillis

    Munro Leaf, Robert Lawson

    Hardcover (NYR Children's Collection, May 30, 2006)
    A Caldecott Honor Book by the creators of the beloved Story of FerdinandWee Gillis lives in Scotland. He is an orphan, and he spends half of each year with his mother's people in the lowlands, while the other half finds him in the highlands with his father's kin. Both sides of Gillis's family are eager for him to settle down and adopt their ways. In the lowlands, he is taught to herd cattle, learning how to call them to him in even the heaviest of evening fogs. In the rocky highlands, he stalks stags from outcrop to outcrop, holding his breath so as not to make a sound. Wee Gillis is a quick study, and he soon picks up what his elders can teach him. And yet he is unprepared when the day comes for him to decide, once and for all, whether it will be the lowlands or the highlands that he will call his home.Robert Lawson and Munro Leaf's classic picture book is a tribute to the powers of the imagination and a triumph of the storyteller's and illustrator's art.