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The Bully Boys
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The Bully Boys

By Walters, Eric

Toronto: Viking, 2000. The War of 1812 is raging and America has declared war on Britain. American troops have invaded Canada. Canadians have taken up arms against the invaders, in defense of King and Country. In the midst of all this, a young boy of fourteen longs to join the battle. Based on the true events surrounding the legendary James Fitzgibbon and the Battle of Beaver Dams, the Bully Boys is a fast-paced adventure story and a gripping real-life account of war. A pictorial wrap-around price-intact dust jacket. This copy has the look and feel of newness and the condition promises to please.. First Edition, First Printing. Hard Cover. Fine/Near Fine.

$24.50

The Taggerung. A Tale of Redwall
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The Taggerung. A Tale of Redwall

By Jacques, Brian Illustrated By Peter Standley

London: Hutchinson, 2001. A tale of deceit, treachery and betrayal but also adventure, loyalty and courage - where the true spirit of Redwall is tested to the full. The fourteenth book in the best-selling Redwall series. The Taggerung is a book of intrigue and high suspense and is sure to capture the imagination of its young reader. A bright, clean copy. A bright pictorial wrap-around price-intact dust jacket by Fangorn.. First Edition, First Printing. Hard Cover. Near Fine/Very Good.

$30.00

Yolonda's Genius. A Newberry Honor Book
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Yolonda's Genius. A Newberry Honor Book

By Fenner, Carol

New York: Margaret K. McElderry Books, 1995. Author Carol Fenner has created a daring heroine in Yolonda and a warm portrayal of an African - American family in a story that moves with mounting intensity to a dramatic, believable and wholly satsifying conclusion. Suitable for ages nine up. Newberry Honor Seal to front panel of illustrated dust jacket. While this book carries a remainder stroke to bottom edge, it remains extremely bright and clean, with a look and feel of newness. First Edition, Second Printing. Near Fine/Very Good.

$24.50

Crossing The Line
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Crossing The Line

By Hooks, William H

New York: Alfred A Knopf, 1978. " Crossing The Line" is an unusual and matchless story of bonds stronger than kinship..... the carefree life which Harrison and his friends, Scap and Kitty Fisher shared in the rural South of the 30's. This story describes the coming of age of an eleven year old boy on his father's farm in the south and his relationships with his extended family and the black sharecroppers who work the farm. William H Hooks grew up in rural North Carolina, the setting for the book.Wrap-around pictorial boards. Chapter decorations by Monica Vachula. Gift inscription to title page. Name to ffep. A clean, most respectable book.. First Edition, First Printing. Hard Cover. Very Good/No Jacket.

$24.50

What Katy Did Next
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What Katy Did Next

By Coolidge, Susan M

London: The Children's Press, 1964. Readers of "What Katy Did", and "What Katy Did At School" will be delighted to meet a more grown-up though still irrepressible Katy in this third book of the series.Text toned. Colour lift from sticker pull to front panel of dust jacket. A sound book in an illustrated dust jacket.. First Printing of Abridged Edition. Hard Cover. Very Good/Good Plus.

$14.50

In Caverns of Blue Ice
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In Caverns of Blue Ice

By Roper, Robert

Boston: Little, Brown and Company, 1991. In this fictional novel a young mountaineer in love with another climber faces the ultimate test of her life in the blue ice of the Himalayas. An authenic flavor of mountaineering life in the 1940's and 1950's combines with the fast-paced plot, psychological depth and thrilling scenes of adventure in this powerful, deeply romantic novel. Readers will be absorbed from the very first page. A "Sierra Club Book". Remainder slash to bottom edge. This book in a pictorial, price-intact dust jacket has the look and feel of a new book. A very nice copy for a young reader.. ISBN: 0-316-75606-7. First Edition, First Printing. Hard Cover. Near Fine/Near Fine. Mountaineering Fiction + The Sierra Club + Juvenile Fiction. Catalogs: Children's.

$20.00

Openway

By McKishnie, Archie P

Toronto: The Musson Book Company Limited, 1922. Written by the Canadian author who also penned "A Son of Courage", "Love of The Wild". etc. A juvenile book about a twelve-year-old boy Bennie and his elderly friend Trapper Bob. Bennie knows the wild animals intimately and ultimately teaches Trapper Bob much. A wonderful nature story. A list of illustrations provided. Illustrations by Dudley Ward. All drawings present. Illustrated orange cloth boards. Normal edgewear. A sound, respectable book.. First Edition. Hard Cover. Very Good/No Jacket.

$35.00

Escape From Big Muddy

By Wilson, Eric

Toronto: Harper Collins Publishers, Ltd, 1997. Illustrated hardboard covers. "Canada'a answer to the Hardy Boys....these books are wildly popular"...A blurb from Canadian Living Magazine. Eric Wilson's mystery, Escape From Big Muddy was written as a tribute to Robert Louis Stevenson. Illustrated chapter headings. An exciting juvenile mystery in a Canadian setting. A bright, exceptionaly clean book.. First Edition. Hard Cover. Very Good.

$12.50

Stories Of Your Stamps

By Granger, A. M

London: Thomas Nelson and Sons Ltd, 1957. The book shows a part of the so-much-more there is to stamp collecting than just collecting for collecting sake. Mr. Granger stresses the whole panorama of history, geography, natural history - above all, of human interest - behind stamp collecting. The author also outlines many fascinating roads for the specialist. This book is intended for boys and girls in hopes that these stories will cause them to make a start in the enjoyment of collecting stamps. List of illustrations provided (four plates). All plates present and in excellent condition. An extremely bright book in a price-intact illustrated dust jacket.. First Edition. Hard Cover. Near Fine/Near Fine.

$15.00

Puzzle For The Secret Seven
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Puzzle For The Secret Seven

By Blyton, Enid Illustrated By Burgess Sharrocks

Leicestershire, UK: Brockhampton Press, 1965. The tenth adventure of the Secret Seven. A helping hand to a family in distress after a disastrous fire led the Secret Seven to a most baffling but heart-warming adventure. Decorated endpapers. Black and white frontispiece, and other b/w illustrations by Burgess Sharrocks throughout the book. An extremely bright book in a bright, price-clipped well-illustrated dust jacket. A desireable copy.. First Edition, Fourth Impression. Hard Cover. Near Fine/Near Fine.

$40.00

A World For Joey Carr

By Roth, David

New York: Beaufort Books Inc., 1981. This is a book for age twelve and up. Enroute to his grandparents in Vermont in search of some answers, a lonely teenage hitchiker meets Hannah who claims she is a witch. Hannah is dying and searching for her own special cure. They join forces, and Joey is suddenly swept into a dangerous and fantastic world of magic and miracles as they comb the silent New England countryside. A touching novel of self-discovery, awareness and love. A sharp-cornered bright book showing no previous ownership. Remainder dot close to spine of bottom edge. Jacket illustration by Troy Howell....front cover carries illustrators signature.. First Edition. Hard Cover. Near Fine/Near Fine.

$12.50

Hans Brinker or The Silver Skates

By Dodge, Mary Mapes Illustrated by Pelagie Doane

London: Collins, 1961. The American author has given the authentic ring of reality to this story - a simple tale about ordinary folk in a small village in Holland - and Pelagie Doane has illustrated it both in colour and b/w with deep feeling and immense charm. A list of illustrations provided.... a beautiful colour frontispiece and three black and white illustrations. Light soil to a few leaves that does not affect readability. This copy remains sound, square and most respectable.. Hard Cover. Very Good/Very Good.

$12.50

The Young Baden-Powell

By Catherall, Arthur. Illustrated By William Randell

Toronto: Clarke, Irwin & Company Limited (c.1961) Illustrated card covers..... 136 printed pages. The imaginative treatment of Baden-Powell's early years will prove of special interest to young Canadians. It is "Recommended Reading by the Girl Guides of Canada for First Class Tests". This most serviceable book shows wear to extremities. The illustration to front cover remains bright. No previous ownership markings.. Soft Cover. Very Good.

$10.00

The Mystery of Gaither Cove

By Wyckoff, Capwell

Akron, Ohio.: The Saalfield Publishing Company (c.1932) Frontispiece and illustration to title page. 253 pp. No names or inscriptions. Small Christmas sticker to ffep. Text naturally toned. Blue hardboard covers - dark title print to front board and spine. A tight, square book. Minimal edgewear.. Hard Cover. Near Fine/No Jacket.

$10.00

The Mystery Hunters On Special Detail

By Wyckoff, Capwell

Akron, Ohio.: The Saalfield Publishing Company (c.1936) Frontispiece and title page illustration. 250pp. No names or inscriptions. Text naturally toned. Blue hardboard covers - dark title print to front board and spine. Minimal bottom edgewear. A sound, square still-bright book.. Hard Cover. Near Fine/No Jacket.

$10.00

The Ice Diamond Quest.  A Tom and Liz Austen Mystery
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The Ice Diamond Quest. A Tom and Liz Austen Mystery

By Wilson, Eric

Toronto: Harper Collins Publishers Ltd, 1990. Illustrated hardboard covers (Stephen Snider illustration). Canadian author Eric Wilson provides another Tom and Liz Austen Mystery for young readers. Although the book is fiction, some events in the plot were inspired by stories told to Eric while he was in Newfoundland. Half-page b/w chapter headings. A bright, square book. No names or inscriptions.. First Edition. Hard Cover. Near Fine.

$12.50

The Fair-Weather Friends
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The Fair-Weather Friends

By Roos, Stephen Illustrated By Dee de Rosa

New York: Atheneum, 1987. 'The Fair-Weather Friends' is the first in a series of four books about the Malloys and their summers on Plymouth Island. Twelve-year-old Kit has looked forward all winter to spending the summer at her grandmother's on Plymouth Island and seeing her friend Phoebe, but she finds Phoebe changed - more grown-up - and wonders if the gap between them is too great to bridge. Well illustrated with full-page b/w illustrations and dust jacket art by Dee de Rosa. An extremely bright book bound in blue cloth boards - silver title print to front board and spine. No names or inscriptions. Illustrated price-intact dust jacket. a very nice copy.. First Edition. Hard Cover. Near Fine/Near Fine.

$10.00

Paddington At The Circus

By Bond, Michael & Fred Banbery

London: Collins, 1973. 'A Paddington Picture Book'...Book 3.The full-colour pictures on every page will delight the very young, and the simple text has been specially written for those who are just learning to read. Illustrated hardoard covers. Name to fep and ffep. Wear to spine ends and corner tips. A sound, most serviceable book.. First Edition. Hard Cover. Very Good.

$10.00

Zoo Pop-Up Book

By Pop-Up Book

London: Deans International Publishing 1985 Reprint (c. 1966) A book that offers three-two-page scenic animal pop-ups with a running story text, along with four other stationary full-page illustrations of Zoo animals. Illustrated hardboard covers, hardboard leaves. Gutter to Front panel shows a thumbnail size puncture. Pop-ups stand well. A clean, bright serviceable book.. Hard Cover. Very Good.

$10.00

Phony Baloney.  The Counterfeit Kid
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Phony Baloney. The Counterfeit Kid

By Graeber, Charlotte. Illustrated By Joe Boddy

Nashville: Thomas Nelson Publishers, 1985. Heavy paper covers. Mr.T and Me Series. A lesson is taught here by Mr.T. An extremely bright, glossy book!.. Soft Cover. Near Fine.

$12.50

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