VOLUME LIST

Volume 1 (1957) 
Abraham Lincoln written and illustrated by Ingri and Edgar Parin D'Aulaire (1-39). 
How the Rhinoceros Got His Skin by Rudyard Kipling, illustrated by Nicolas (40-44). 
Child's Garden of Verses by Robert Louis Stevenson, illustrated by Ruth Ives (45-60). 
Hansel and Gretel by Jakob and Wilhelm Grimm illustrated by Barbara Cooney (61-76). 
Mother Goose Rhymes illustrated by Leonard Weisgard (77-84). 
Story of Gold written and illustrated by Maud and Miska Petersham (85-100). 
Puppet Play by Tina Lee, illustrated by Manning Lee (101-108). 
What a Magnet Can Do by Sara E. Baldwin and Gerald S. Craig, illustrated by Ezra Jack Keats (109-116). 
Animal Children illustrated with photos (117-124). 
Angus and the Cat written and illustrated by Marjorie Flack (125-134). 
Pancakes for Breakfast written and illustrated by Grace Paull (135-156). 
This is Australia illustrated with photos (157-160). 

Volume 2 (1957) 
Aesop's Fables edited by Mary MacNab, illustrated by Tony Palazzo (1-36). 
Houses Old and New written and illustrated by Maud and Miska Petersham (37-44). 
Jack and the Beanstalk edited by Joseph Jacobs, illustrated by Henry C. Pitz (45-64). 
Mr. Apple Names the Children by Jean McDevitt, illustrated by Ninon (65-76). 
Goldilocks and the Three Bears illustrated by Feodor Rojankovsky (77-84). 
Best Loved Singing Games illustrated by Polly Jackson (85-100). 
Lollypops and Automobiles and How They Are Made by Mary Elting, illustrated by Leonard Kessler (101-115). 
Our Neighbors in Space by Willy Ley illustrated by Chesley Bonestell (116-124). 
Jerry and the Pony Express by Sanford Tousey illustrated by Walter Seaton (125-156). 
This Is Holland illustrated with photos (157-160). 

 

Volume 3 (1957) 
Pied Piper of Hamelin Town by Sara Cone Bryant illustrated by Lawrence Beall Smith (1-18). 
Ugly Duckling by Hans Christian Andersen, illustrated by Barbara Cooney (19-36). 
Yonie Wondernose written and illustrated by Marguerite de Angeli (37-68). 
Owl and the Pussy-Cat and Other Nonsense Verses by Edward Lear, illustrated by Paul Galdone (69-76). 
Chicken-Little illustrated by Leonard Weisgard (77-84). 
We Live in Air by Sara E. Baldwin and Gerald S. Craig, illustrated by Joseph Cleary (85-96). 
Little Folk's Party by Florence Hamsher, illustrated by Luciana Roselli (97-104). 
Kiki Loves Music written and illustrated by Charlotte Steiner (105-116). 
Dog Friends illustrated with photos (117-124). 
Benjamin Franklin by James Baldwin, illustrated by Tom O'Sullivan (125-156). 
This Is Mexico illustrated with photos (157-160). 

Volume 4 (1957) 
Christmas Carol by Charles Dickens, illustrated by Everett Shinn (1-64). 
Me and the Bears written and illustrated by Robert Bright (65-76). 
Night Before Christmas by Clement C. Moore, illustrated by Joseph Giordano (77-84). 
David and Goliath by April Oursler Armstrong, illustrated by Jules Gotlieb (85-99). 
Your Own Aquarium by Barbara Henderson, Victor C. Smith and W.R. Teeters, illustrated by Ezra Jack Keats (100-116). 
Nature's Hiding Secrets illustrated with photos (117-124). 
Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs by Jakob and Wilhelm Grimm, illustrated by Susanne Suba (125-144). 
John Paul Jones by Smith Burnham, illustrated by Herman B. Vestal (145-156). 
This Is Switzerland illustrated with photos (157-160). 

Volume 5 (1957) 
Aladdin and the Wonderful Lamp by Andrew Lang, illustrated by Aldren Watson (1-36). 
Travels of Babar written and illustrated by Jean de Brunhoff (37-68). 
Wynken, Blynken, and Nod by Eugene Field, illustrated by Adrienne Adams (69-72). 
Sugar Plum Tree by Eugene Field, illustrated by Adrienne Adams (73-76). 
Little Known Mammals illustrated with photos (77-84). 
Trucks Are Fun by Mary Elting, illustrated by Ninon (85-96). 
Funny Words and Riddles by Alice Salaff, illustrated by Andy Warhol (97-104). 
Daniel Boone by Smith Burnham, illustrated by Edward Shenton (105-116). 
Birds Build Their Homes by Sabra Mallett Kimball, illustrated by Addison Webb (117-140). 
Snipp, Snapp, Snurr and the Red Shoes by Maj Lindman, illustrated by Virginia Parsons (141-156). 
This Is England illustrated with photos (157-160). 

Volume 6 (1958)
Story of Early America by Donald Culross Peattie, illustrated by Leonard Weisgard (1-36). 
Very Little Girl by Phyllis Krasilovsky, illustrated by Ninon (37-44). 
Elephant's Child by Rudyard Kipling, illustrated by Henry C. Pitz (45-59). 
Poems of the City by Rachel Field, illustrated by Harvey Weiss (60-76). 
Shoemaker and the Elves by Jakob and Wilhelm Grimm, illustrated by Fritz Kredel (77-84). 
Child's World in ABC by Mary Warner Eaton, illustrated by Charlotte Steiner (85-108). 
Your Breakfast Egg by Benjamin C. Gruenberg and Leone Adelson, illustrated by Leonard Kessler(109-116). 
Life in the Arctic illustrated with photos (117-124). 
Saddler's Horse by Margery Williams Bianco, illustrated by Grace Paull (125-140). 
Dick Whittington and His Cat by James Baldwin, illustrated by Peter Spier (141-156). 
This Is Italy illustrated with photos (157-160). 

Volume 7 (1958) 
Hiawatha by Henry Wadsworth Longfellow, illustrated by Edward Shenton (1-36). 
Little Red Riding Hood illustrated by Richard Scarry (37-44). 
Shire Colt by Jan and Zhenya Gay, illustrated by Phoebe Erickson (45-59). 
Gallant Tailor by Jakob and Wilhelm Grimm, illustrated by Colleen Browning (60-76). 
Doctor Raggedy Andy written and illustrated by Johnny Gruelle (77-84). 
Story of the First Men by Donald Culross Peattie, illustrated by Feodor Rojankovsky (85-108). 
Homemade Orchestra by Joseph Leeming, illustrated by Andy Warhol (109-116). 
Life in the Everglades illustrated with photos (117-124). 
Robi and Hanni in the Swiss Alps by Emma Brock, illustrated by Polly Jackson (125-156). 
Let's Visit Japan illustrated with photos (157-160). 

 

Volume 8 (1958) 
Gulliver in Lilliput by Jonathan Swift, illustrated by Lawrence Beall Smith (1-36). 
House that Jack Built illustrated by Leonard Weisgard (37-44). 
Giddy-ap, Giddy-ap! written and illustrated by Charlotte Steiner (45-59). 
Cinderella by Charles Perrault, illustrated by Susanne Suba (60-76). 
Everybody Lends Jerry Muskrat a Hand by Thornton Burgess, illustrated by Herman B. Vestal (77-84). 
Story Book of Wheels written and illustrated by Maud and Miska Petersham (85-103). 
Napoleon, the Corsican Boy by Smith Burnham, illustrated by Richard Moss (104-116). 
Fishes of the Shallow Sea illustrated with photos (117-124). 
Dick and the Canal Boat by Sanford Tousey, illustrated by Edward Shenton (125-156). 
Let's Visit France illustrated with photos (157-160). 

Volume 9 (1958) 
Boy King Arthur by Mary MacLeod, illustrated by Henry C. Pitz (1-36). 
Baby Bear by Hamilton Williamson, illustrated Feodor Rojankovsky (37-44). 
Joyful Poems illustrated by Aldren A. Watson (45-66). 
What Eddie Brought Home by Carolyn Haywood, illustrated by Ezra Jack Keats (67-76). 
Princess and the Pea by Hans Christian Andersen, illustrated by Kate Seredy (77-84). 
World Uses Electricity by Sara E. Baldwin and Gerald S. Craig, illustrated by Garry MacKenzie (85-101). 
True Book of the Circus by Mabel Harmer, illustrated by Paul Galdone (102-116). 
Birds of the South Pacific illustrated with photos (117-124). 
Books of Nah-wee by Grace and Carl Moon, illustrated by Paul Lantz (125-155). 
Let's Visit South Africa illustrated with photos (156-160). 

Volume 10 (1958) 
Lassie Come-Home by Eric Knight, illustrated by Phoebe Erickson (1-36). 
Story of William Tell by James Baldwin, illustrated by Lawrence Beall Smith (37-44). 
Penny and the White Horse by Marjory Collison and Margery Bianco, illustrated by Janina Domanska (45-56). 
Rumpelstiltskin by Jakob and Wilhelm Grimm, illustrated by Fritz Kredel (57-64). 
Three Little Pigs by Joseph Jacobs, illustrated by Richard Scarry (65-76) 
Poppy Seed Cakes by Margery Clark, illustrated by Maud and Miska Petersham (77-84). 
Peanuts Are Not Nuts and Other Surprising Facts by Robert L. Ripley (85-91). 
Sounds We Hear by Beatrice Davis Hurley and Gerald S. Craig, illustrated by Ezra Jack Keats (92-106). 
Rhymes To Learn By illustrated by Harvey Weiss (107-116). 
Animals of Africa illustrated with photos (117-124). 
Traveling the Underground Railroad by Michael Gorham, illustrated by Polly Jackson (125-155). 
Let's Visit Spain illustrated with photos (156-160). 

Volume 11 (1958) 
Paul Revere's Ride by Henry Wadsworth Longfellow, illustrated by Lawrence Beall Smith (1-13). 
Little Heroine of Concord by Louisa May Alcott, illustrated by Ruth Ives (14-36). 
Gingerbread Boy illustrated by Feodor Rojankovsky (37-44). 
Tim Tadpole and the Great Bullfrog written and illustrated by Marjorie Flack (45-61). 
Emperor's New Clothes by Hans Christian Andersen, illustrated by Roberta MacDonald (62-76). 
Androcles and the Lion illustrated by Don Freeman (77-84). 
True Book of Policemen and Firemen by Irene Miner, illustrated by Harvey Weiss (85-99). 
Twenty Ways to Play Tag by Bernard S. Mason and Elmer D. Mitchell, illustrated by Colleen Browning (100-116). 
Insect Friends and Enemies illustrated with photos (117-124). 
Apples' New House by Jean McDevitt, illustrated by Ninon (125-155). 
Let's Visit Ceylon illustrated with photos (156-160). 

Volume 12 (1958) 
With Alice in Wonderland by Lewis Carroll, illustrated by John Tenniel (1-66). 
Man Who Didn't Wash His Dishes by Phyllis Krasilovsky, illustrated by Peter Spier (67-76). 
Three Little Kittens illustrated by Leonard Weisgard (77-84). 
Sun Keeps Us Warm by Katherine Clarke, W.R. Teeters, and Victor C. Smith, illustrated by George Guisti [Giusti] (85-100). 
Plink, Plink! written and illustrated by Leonard and Ethel Kessler (101-116). 
America's Lake and River Fish illustrated with photos (117-124). 
Val Rides the Oregon Trail by Sanford Tousey, illustrated by Edward Shenton (125-155). 
Let's Visit Brazil illustrated with photos (156-160).

Volume 13 (1958) 
Ulysses and the Wooden Horse of Troy by James Baldwin, illustrated by Aldren Watson (1-36). 
Old Mother Goose Rhymes illustrated by Marguerite de Angeli (37-44). 
Billy and the Bear by Laura Bannon, illustrated by Phoebe Erickson (45-76). 
Ten Little Indians illustrated by Leonard Kessler (77-84). 
Sleeping Beauty by Jakob and Wilhelm Grimm, illustrated by Colleen Browning (85-94). 
Andy and Polly by Rhea Wells, illustrated by Phyllis Rowand (95-106). 
Robert Fulton and the Steamboat by Smith Burnham, illustrated by Edward Shenton (107-115). 
Life on a Farm by Robert S. Lemmon, illustrated by Garry MacKenzie (116-140). 
Miss Ant, Miss Grasshopper, and Mr. Cricket by Rachel Field, & by Paul Galdone (141-155). 
Let's Visit Alaska illustrated with photos (156-160). 

Volume 14 (1958) 
Some Adventures of a Brownie by Dinah Maria Mulock, illustrated by Robin Jacques (1-36). 
Robert E. Lee by Smith Burnham, illustrated by Ray Houlihan (37-49). 
Wait for William by Marjorie Flack, illustrated by Leonard Weisgard (50-61). 
Poems Around the Year illustrated by Polly Jackson (62-76). 
Old Woman and Her Pig illustrated by Feodor Rojankovsky (77-84). 
True Book of Dinosaurs by Mary Lou Clark, illustrated by Garry MacKenzie (85-98). 
Tell Me Why by Ellen Wales Walpole, illustrated by Judith Shahn (99-116). 
Nature in Motion illustrated with photos (117-124). 
No, No, Taffy! By Jean McDevitt, illustrated by Janina Domanska (125-155). 
Let's Visit Scotland illustrated with photos (156-160). 

Volume 15 (1958) 
They Sailed on the Mayflower by Michael Gorham, illustrated by Fritz Kredel (1-35). 
How the Whale Got His Throat by Rudyard Kipling, illustrated by Don Freeman (36-44). 
Oldest, the Youngest, and the One in the Middle by Lillian Gardner, illustrated by Dagmar Wilson (45-63). 
Puss in Boots by Charles Perrault, illustrated by Barbara Cooney (64-76). 
Little Red Hen illustrated by Andy Warhol (77-84). 
Just-for-Fun Parties by Florence Hamsher, illustrated by Barbara Corrigan (85-107). 
Horatius at the Bridge retold by James Baldwin, illustrated by Henry C. Pitz (108-116). 
Our Vanishing Wildlife illustrated with photos (117-124). 
My Pet, Peepelo by Ellis Credle, illustrated by Lloyd Goff (125-155). 
Let's Visit India illustrated with photos (156-160). 

Volume 16 (1958) 
Peterkin Family by Lucretia P. Hale, illustrated by Lawrence Beall Smith (1-43). 
Thumbelina by Hans Christian Andersen, illustrated by Roberta MacDonald (44-69). 
Sing for Christmas illustrated by Ruth Ives (70-76). 
Twelves Days of Christmas illustrated by Leonard Weisgard (77-84). 
Johnny Penguin by Marguerite and Dorothy Bryan, illustrated by Seong Moy (85-101). 
Toys You Can Make by Tina Lee, illustrated by Manning Lee (102-116). 
Life Along the Amazon illustrated with photos (117-124). 
Best Birthday by Quail Hawkins, illustrated by Don Freeman (125-155). 
Let's Visit Austria illustrated with photos (156-160). 

Volume 17 (1959) 
Magic Fishbone by Charles Dickens, illustrated by Robin Jacques (1-27). 
Lightning: A Cowboy's Colt by Bill and Bernard Martin, illustrated by Edward Shenton (28-53). 
Story Book of Ships by Maud and Miska Petersham, illustrated by Peter Spier (54-76). 
Old Mother Hubbard illustrated by Adrienne Adams (77-84). 
Drakesbill by James Baldwin, illustrated by Paul Galdone (85-99). 
Jumblies by Edward Lear, illustrated by Ezra Jack Keats (100-105). 
Rosa-Too-Little by Sue Felt, illustrated by Ninon (106-116). 
Butterflies and Moths of North America, illustrated with photos (117-124). 
Daniel in the Lions' Den by Fulton Oursler and April Oursler Armstrong, illustrated by Aldren A. Watson (125-155). 
Let's Visit Puerto Rico illustrated with photos (156-160). 

Volume 18 (1959)
Land of Storybooks by Robert Louis Stevenson, illustrated by Ruth Ives (1-3). 
Beauty and the Beast by Hamilton Wright Mabie, illustrated by Colleen Browning (4-36). 
George Washington written and illustrated by Ingri and Edgar Parin D'Aulaire (37-64). 
Angus and the Ducks by Marjorie Flack, illustrated by Marjorie Flack and Leonard Kessler (65-76). 
Five Favorite Fables illustrated by Feodor Rojankovsky (77-84). 
Raggedy Andy Meets Raggedy Ann written and illustrated by Johnny Gruelle (85-105). 
City Boy, Country Boy by Miriam Schlein, illustrated by Leonard Kessler (106-116). 
Keeping Our Wildlife Safe illustrated with photos (117-124). 
Be a Magician by Sue and Bill Severn, illustrated by Susan Perls (125-146). 
This Amazing Planet: Earth by Jane Sherman, illustrated by George Giusti (147-155). 
Let's Go To Israel illustrated with photos (156-160). 

Volume 19 (1959) 
Rip Van Winkle by Washington Irving, illustrated by Leonard Weisgard (1-37). 
Post Captain: Sir Peter Bombazoo by Charles Edward Carryl, illustrated by Robin Jacques (38-44). 
Bluebonnets for Lucinda by Frances Clark Sayers, illustrated by Polly Jackson (45-62). 
Mr. A and Mr. P. by Margery Williams Bianco, illustrated by Grace Paull (63-74). 
When the Root Children Wake Up by Helen Dean Fish, illustrated by Aldren A. Watson (75-84). 
Rufus Moffat's First Day of School by Eleanor Estes, illustrated by Phyllis Rowand (85-107). 
I Want To Be an Animal Doctor by Carla Greene, illustrated by Paul Galdone (108-116). 
Shells of Land and Sea illustrated with photos (117-124). 
How Morse Sent Letters by Lightning by Smith Burnham, illustrated by Ray Houlihan (125-134). 
Hunt for Unburied Treasure by Hal Burton, illustrated by Peter Spier (135-155). 
Let's Visit Canada illustrated with photos (156-160). 

Volume 20 (1959) 
Babar the King written and illustrated by Jean de Brunhoff (1-44). 
Peary, Hero of the Great White North by Smith Burnham, illustrated by Paul Lantz (45-57). 
American Folk Rhymes and Chants illustrated by Adrienne Adams (58-63). 
Bottles, Bottle Tops, and Soda Pop by Mary Elting, illustrated by Paul Galdone (64-75). 
Our Nation's Capital by Gladys Schwarcz, illustrated with photos (76-84). 
Quiet Mother and the Noisy Little Boy by Charlotte Zolotow, illustrated by Vladimir Bobri (85-95). 
Away Goes Jonathan Wheeler by Marjorie Flack, illustrated by Richard Scarry (96-101). 
Little Two Eyes by Wilhelm and Jakob Grimm, illustrated by Robin Jacques (102-116). 
Legend of the Inchcape Rock by James Baldwin, illustrated by Richard M. Powers (117-124). 
Pete the Parakeet Finds a Friend by Irma Simonton Black, illustrated by Harvey Weiss (125-155). 
Let's Visit Yugoslavia illustrated with photos (156-160).

Volume 21 (1959)
Winged Horse: Pegasus by Nathaniel Hawthorne, illustrated by Colleen Browning (1-37). 
Lion Cub by Hamilton Williamson, illustrated by Feodor Rojankovsky (38-44). 
Animal Crackers and Other Poems by Christopher Morley, illustrated by Barbara Cooney (45-57). 
Rapunzel by Jakob and Wilhelm Grimm, illustrated by Lawrence Beall Smith (58-68). 
Milly and Her Dogs by Lena Barksdale, illustrated by Theresa Sherman (69-76). 
Magic Porridge Pot illustrated by Andy Warhol (77-84). 
Bob and the Railroad by Sanford Tousey, illustrated by Ray Houlihan (85-116). 
Exploring Caves illustrated with photos (117-124). 
Rabbits as Pets by Margery Williams Bianco, illustrated by Phoebe Erickson (125-141). 
True Book of Tools for Building by Jerome Leavitt, illustrated by Harvey Weiss (142-155). 
Let's Visit Bermuda illustrated with photos (156-160). 

Volume 22 (1959) 
Sir Launcelot, Knight of the Round Table by Mary MacLeod, illustrated by Henry C. Pitz (1-36). 
Gingham Dog and the Calico Cat by Eugene Field illustrated by Idellete Bordigoni (37-40). 
Rock-a-By Lady by Eugene Field, illustrated by Idellete Bordigoni (41-44). 
Squash for the Fair by Grace Paull, illustrated by Polly Jackson (45-55). 
Valiant Chatteemaker by Mary Frere, illustrated by Nicolas (56-70). 
First Prayers and Graces illustrated by Ruth Ives (71-76). 
Dutch Boy and the Dike by Sara Cone Bryant, illustrated by Peter Spier (77-84). 
Tell Me About the Sky by Ellen Wales Walpole, illustrated by Jack Wolfgang Beck (85-105). 
Willie Goes to the Hospital written and illustrated by Pauline Vinson (106-116). 
Let's Visit Thailand illustrated with photos (117-124). 
Azor by Maude Crowley, illustrated by Robert MacLean (125-150). 
Galileo and the Lamps by James Baldwin, illustrated by William Plummer (151-155). 
In Cactus Land illustrated with photos (156-160).

Volume 23 (1959) 
Ali Baba and the Forty Thieves illustrated by Feodor Rojankovsky (1-37). 
Tom, the Piper's Son illustrated by Roberta MacDonald (38-43). 
Kintu by Elizabeth Enright, illustrated by Bobri (44-76). 
Philadelphia: Cradle of Liberty by Gladys Schwarcz, illustrated by Remy Charlip (77-84). 
Mike Fink: An American Tall Tale by Michael Gorham, illustrated by Richard Bennett (85-104). 
Kiki Goes to Camp written and illustrated by Charlotte Steiner (105-116). 

Weapons in Nature (117-124). 
Factory Kitty by Helen Hoke, illustrated by Polly Jackson (125-148). 
Fairy and the Doll by Rose Fyleman, illustrated by Phyllis Rowand (149-155). 
Let's Visit Ecuador illustrated with photos (156-160). 

Volume 24 (1959)
Cat that Walked by Himself by Rudyard Kipling, illustrated by Paul Galdone (1-18). 
God that Lived in the Kitchen by Frances Carpenter, illustrated by Jeanyee Wong (19-37). 
Pedlar of Swaffham by Joseph Jacobs, illustrated by Colleen Browning (38-44). 
Boston Bells by Elizabeth Coatsworth, illustrated by Manning de V. Lee (45-76). 
Copley Family by John S. Copley illustrated with photo (77). 
Raggedy Man by James Whitcomb Riley, illustrated by Phoebe Erickson (78-84). 
Three Sillies illustrated by Roberta MacDonald (85-95). 
Vickie and the Mixed-up Twins by Carolyn Haywood, illustrated by Irene Haas (96-116). 
Sword of Damocles by James Baldwin, illustrated by Leonard Weisgard (117-124). 
Animal Tracks by Robert S. Lemmon, illustrated by Edward Shenton (125-146). 
Mr. Mailman by Jene Barr, illustrated by Leonard Kessler (147-155). 
Let's Visit Ireland illustrated with photos (156-160). 

Volume 25 (1959)
Wonderful Story of Moses by Mary MacNab, illustrated by Robin Jacques (1-36). 
Barbara Frietchie by John Greenleaf Whittier, illustrated by Ruth Ives (37-43). 
Lad and other Sunnybank Dogs by Albert Payson Terhune, illustrated by Phoebe Erickson (44-91). 
Whistle for the Train by Golden MacDonald, illustrated by Leonard Weisgard (92-101). 
Big Brother by Laura Bannon, illustrated by Richard Scarry (102-116). 
Mushrooms and their Cousins illustrated with photos (117-124). 
Snipp Snapp Snurr and the Buttered Bread by Maj Lindman, illustrated by Barbara Cooney (125-133). 
Eletelephony and other Verses by Laura E. Richards, illustrated by Irene Haas (134-143). 
Experimenting with Electricity by Victor C. Smith, Barbara Henderson, and W.R. Teeters, illustrated by Earl Thollander (144-155). 
Hawaiian Islands illustrated with photos (156-160). 

Volume 26 (1959)
Wild Swans by Hans Christian Andersen, illustrated by Colleen Browning (1-37). 
Sir Francis Drake by Smith Burnham, illustrated by Ray Houlihan (38-53). 
Timothy Titus by Blanche Elliott, illustrated by Ninon (54-60). 
Georgie written and illustrated by Robert Bright ( 61-76). 
Horse for a Prince by James Baldwin, illustrated by Don Freeman (77-83). 
Feeding the Birds this Winter by Robert S. Lemmon, illustrated by Alexandroff (84-103). 
War Whoop of the Wily Iroquois by Martha Keller, illustrated by Robert MacLean (104-116). 
Unc' Billy Possum by Thornton Burgess, illustrated by Feodor Rojankovsky (117-123). 
Henry Huggins and Ribs by Beverly Cleary, illustrated by Richard Scarry (124-143). 
Baker's Daughter by Margery Williams Bianco, illustrated by Lawrence Beall Smith (144-155). 
Let's Go to Portugal illustrated with photos (156-160). 

Volume 27 (1959) 
Robinson Crusoe by Daniel Defoe, illustrated by Edward Shenton (1-44). 
Michael Who Missed his Train by Dorothy and Marguerite Bryan, illustrated by Grace Paull (45-58).
Princess on the Glass Hill illustrated by Lawrence Beall Smith (59-77). 
Straw, the Coal, and the Bean by Jakob and Wilhelm Grimm, illustrated by Idelette Bordigoni (78-83). 
Clara Barton, Angel of the Battlefield by Smith Burnham, illustrated by Polly Jackson (84-95). 
Card Games Are Fun by Alfred Sheinwold, illustrated by Andy Warhol (96-116). 
Why Men Hunt Rocks illustrated with photos (117-124). 
Story of Chan Yuc by Dorothy Rhoads, illustrated by Bobri (125-155). 
Let's Go To Turkey illustrated with photos (156-160). 

Volume 28 (1959) 
Christmas in the Big Woods by Laura Ingalls Wilder, illustrated by Garth Williams (1-33). 
Nutcracker and the Mouse-king by E.T.A. Hoffman, illustrated by Lawrence Beall Smith (34-45). Christmas Every Day by William Dean Howells, illustrated by Elizabeth Enright (46-62). 
Homemade Holiday Gifts and Greetings by Tina Lee, illustrated by Luciana Roselli (63-76). 
Three Kings by Henry Wadsworth Longfellow, illustrated by Ruth Ives (77-84). 
Elephant Herd by Miriam Schlein, illustrated by Feodor Rojankovsky (85-99). 
True Book of Indians by Teri Martini, illustrated by Lorence T. Bjorklund (100-116). 
Little Tuppen by James Baldwin, illustrated by Leonard Kessler (117-124). 
Magic Shop by Maurice Dolbier, illustrated by Fritz Eichenberg (125-155). 
Let's Go to Indonesia illustrated with photos (156-160).

Volume 29 (1960) 
Paul Bunyan: Hero of the Lumber Woods by Wallace Wadsworth, illustrated by Richard Bennett (1-36). 
Marjorie's Almanac by Thomas Bailey Aldrich, illustrated by Leonard Weisgard (37-43). 
Little Daylight by George MacDonald, retold by Sara Cone Bryant, illustrated by Robin Jacques (44-62). 
Kiki Skates written and illustrated by Charlotte Steiner (63-76). 
Three Billy Goats Gruff illustrated by Feodor Rojankovsky (77-84). 
Tell Me the Time Please by Lillian J. Bragdon, illustrated by Leonard Kessler (85-103). 
Streamlined Wonder World by Davis Cole, illustrated by Richard M. Powers (104-116). 
North America's Wonderful Wildlife illustrated with photos (117-124). 
Pysen Goes to Blueviken by Edith Unnerstad, illustrated by Richard Scarry (125-155). 
Let's Go to Colombia illustrated with photos (156-160). 

Volume 30 (1960)
Jason and the Golden Fleece by Charles Kingsley, illustrated by Robin Jacques (1-44). 
Gregorio and the White Llama by Laura Bannon, illustrated by Bobri (45-71). 
Magic Skipping Rope by Rose Fyleman, illustrated by Harvey Weiss (72-76). 
Frog He Would A-Wooing Go illustrated by Adrienne Adams (77-84). 
Terrible Mr. Twitmeyer by Lilian Moore and Leone Adelson, illustrated by Paul Galdone (85-116). 
Toads and Diamonds by Charles Perrault, illustrated by Aldren Watson (117-124). 
Crunch Crunch written and illustrated by Leonard and Ethel Kessler (125-139). 
Science Quizzes and Experiments by Jane Sherman, illustrated by Peter Spier (140-155). 
Let's Go to the South Sea Islands illustrated with photos (156-160). 

Volume 31 (1960) 
Lewis and Clark: Explorers of the Far West by Smith Burnham, illustrated by Edward Shenton (1-27). 
Tattercoats by Joseph Jacobs, illustrated by Colleen Browning (28-36). 
Singh Rajah and the Cunning Little Jackals by Mary Frere, illustrated by Edy Legrand (37-44). 
Middle Bear by Eleanor Estes, illustrated by Phyllis Rowand (45-66). 
Chips, the Story of a Cocker Spaniel by Connie Moran and Diana Thorne, illustrated by Phoebe Erickson (67-76). 
Picnic Basket by Margery Clark, illustrated by Maud and Miska Petersham (77-84). 
Windy Wash Day and Other Poems by Dorothy Aldis, illustrated by Maurice Sendak (85-100). 
Go Fly a Kite by Harry Edward Neal, illustrated by Harvey Weiss (101-116). 
Salt-water 'Zoos' illustrated with photos (117-124). 
Cornelia's Jewels by James Baldwin, illustrated by Don Freeman (125-129). 
Three Seeds by Hester Hawkes, illustrated by Hildegarde Woodward (130-155). 
Let's Go to Iceland and Greenland illustrated with photos (156-160). 

Volume 32 (1960)
Adventures of Pinocchio by Carlo Collodi, abridged by Alfred Van Der Marck, illustrated by Roberta MacDonald (1-53). 
Betsy, Tacy, and Tib Are Ten by Maud Hart Lovelace, illustrated by Ninon (54-73). 
Alfred the Saxon King by Smith Burnham, illustrated by Feodor Rojankovsky (74-83). 
Follow the Sunset by Herman and Nina Schneider, illustrated by Aldren Watson (84-101). 
Funny Art Games by Paul Castle, illustrated by Abner Graboff (102-116). 
Peter Rabbit's Prank by Thornton W. Burgess, illustrated by Leonard Weisgard (117-124). 
Chinky, the Banker Pony by Sanford Tousey, illustrated by Robert MacLean (125-155). 
Let's Go to Pakistan illustrated with photos (156-160). 

Volume 33 (1960) 
Marco Polo's Travels by Roger Duvoisin, illustrated by Vladimir Bobri (1-27). 
Discovering the Unknown World (28-35). 
Favorite Mother Goose Rhymes illustrated by Adrienne Adams (36-43). 
Shawneen and the Gander written and illustrated by Richard Bennett (44-70). 
Andrew Jackson, Pioneer Hero by Smith Burnham, illustrated by Ray Houlihan (71-84). 
Sophocles the Hyena by Jim Moran, illustrated by Andy Warhol (85-104). 
Water, from Reservoir to You by Herman and Nina Schneider, illustrated by Jack Wolfgang Beck (105-116). 
Nature's Home Builders illustrated with photos (117-124). 
Chi-wee's White Boots by Grace Moon, illustrated by Doris Rosenthal (125-140). 
Dime's Worth for Free by Marion Holland, illustrated by Richard Scarry (141-155). 
Let's Go to Peru illustrated with photos (156-160). 

Volume 34 (1960) 
Snow White and Rose Red by Jakob and Wilhelm Grimm, illustrated by Idellete Bordigoni (1-21). 
America's Wonderful National Parks by Gladys Schwarcz, illustrated by Leonard Weisgard (22-45). 
Little Fellow by Marguerite Henry, illustrated by Phoebe Erickson (46-65). 
Frederick Barbarossa by James Baldwin, illustrated by Ruth Ives (66-75). 
Capital Ship by Charles Edward Carryl, illustrated by Robin Jacques (76-84). 
Old Whirlwind by Elizabeth Coatsworth, illustrated by Manning de V. Lee (85-116). 
Mouse with Bobbed Whiskers by Rose Fyleman, illustrated by Paul Galdone (117-124). 
Dangerous Day for Mrs. Doodlepunk by Dorothy Dodworth, illustrated by Jill Elgin (125-140). 
Heart of the Band by Harriet E. Huntington, illustrated by Polly Jackson (141-155). 
Let's Go to Five Little Countries illustrated with photos (156-160).

Volume 35 (1960) 
America's Glorious Past illustrated by Edward Shenton and Alice Smith (1-35). 
Star-spangled Banner by Francis Scott Key, illustrated by Phoebe Erickson (36-43). 
Pet of the Met written and illustrated by Don and Lydia Freeman (44-60). 
Tinder Box by Hans Christian Andersen, illustrated by Elizabeth Skilton (61-76). 
Pandora illustrated by Colleen Browning (77-84). 
Velveteen Rabbit by Margery Williams, illustrated by Maurice Sendak (85-105). 
Simple Sewing: A Doll and Her Clothes by Tina Lee, illustrated by Luciana Roselli (106-115). 
Let's Look at Russia by Gladys Schwarcz, illustrated by Earl Thollander (116-125). 
Wonderful Teakettle illustrated by Eiichi Mitsui (126-133). 
Beezus and her Imagination by Beverly Cleary, illustrated by Mircea Vasiliu (134-155). 
Amazing Animals of Australia illustrated with photos (156-160). 

Volume 36 (1960) 
Noah's Ark written and illustrated by Tony Palazzo (1-36). 
Pocahontas illustrated by Vladimir Bobri (37-44). 
Fisherman and his Wife by Jakob and Wilhelm Grimm, illustrated by Robin Jacques (45-60). 
Mrs. Piggle-Wiggle's Won't-pick-up-toys Cure by Betty MacDonald, illustrated by Burmah Burris (61-76). 
Fairies by William Allingham, illustrated by Ninon (77-84). 
Wright Brothers: Pioneers of Flight by Arch Whitehouse, illustrated by Harvey Weiss (85-100). 
Lovely Time by Audrey Chalmers, illustrated by Polly Jackson (101-116). 
Trip to the Pond illustrated with photos (117-124). 
Chief Dooley's Busy Day by Harry and Kay Mace, illustrated by Richard Scarry (125-139). 
Tell Me about People by Ellen Wales Walpole, illustrated by Theresa Sherman (140-155). 
Let's Go to Greece illustrated with photos (156-160). 

Volume 37 (1960) 
King of the Golden River by John Ruskin, retold by Sara Cone, illustrated by Robin Jacques (1-18).
Childhood Poems illustrated by Barbara Cooney (19-34). 
Steadfast Tin Soldier by Hans Christian Andersen, illustrated by Idellete Bordigoni (35-44). 
Wisdom of Five Famous Men by James Baldwin, illustrated by Edward Shenton (45-65). 
Harvey and Higgins Incorporated by Alice Dalgliesh, illustrated by Richard Scarry (66-76). 
Bremen Town Musicians by Jakob and Wilhelm Grimm, illustrated by Edy Legrand (77-84). 
Kiki Dances written and illustrated by Charlotte Steiner (85-97). 
Mrs. Goose and her Friends by Miriam Clark Potter, illustrated by Paul Galdone (98-116). 
Some Favorite Game Birds of Land and Water illustrated with photos (117-124). 
True Book of Toys at Work by John Lewellen, illustrated by Harvey Weiss (125-145). 
Bell of Atri retold by James Baldwin, illustrated by Mario Micossi (146-155). 
Let's Go to Chile illustrated with photos (156-160). Volume 38 (1960) 
Wonderful Tar-baby and other Brer Rabbit Stories by Joel Chandler Harris, adapted by Margaret Wise Brown, illustrated by A.B. Frost (1-35). 
Pioneer Cities of America by Ella Gates Jones, illustrated by Don Sibley (36-45). 
Big Red Bus written and illustrated by Leonard and Ethel Kessler (46-58). 
Ted and Nina Have a Happy Rainy Day by Marguerite De Angeli, illustrated by Ruth Ives (59-76). 
Injun Summer by John T. McCutcheon, illustrated by Phoebe Erickson (77-84). 
Connemara Donkey by Eleanor Farjeon, illustrated by Hildegarde Woodward (85-111). 
Calico Pie written and illustrated by Edward Lear (112-116). 
Obedient Jack illustrated by Feodor Rojankovsky (117-124). 
How to Send Secret Messages by Sam and Beryl Epstein, illustrated by Peter Spier (125-149). 
Crossing the Rubicon by James Baldwin, illustrated by Ray Houlihan (150-155). 
Let's Go to Arabia illustrated with photos (156-160).

Volume 38 (1960)
Wonderful Tar-baby and other Brer Rabbit Stories by Joel Chandler Harris, adapted by Margaret Wise Brown, illustrated by A. B. Frost (1-35).
Pioneer Cities of America by Ella Gates Jones, illustrated by Don Sibley (36-45).
Big Red Bus written and illustrated by Leonard and Ethel Kessler (46-58).
Ted and Nina Have a Happy Rainy Day by Marguerite De Angeli, illustrated by Ruth Ives (59-76).
Injun Summer by John T. McCutcheon, illustrated by Phoebe Erickson (77-84).
Connemara Donkey by Eleanor Farjeon, illustrated by Hildegarde Woodward (85-111).
Calico Pie written and illustrated by Edward Lear (112-116).
Obedient Jack illustrated by Feodor Rojankovsky (117-124).
How to Send Secret Messages by Sam and Beryl Epstein, illustrated by Peter Spier (125-149).
Crossing the Rubicon by James Baldwin, illustrated by Ray Houlihan (150-155). 
Let's Go to Arabia illustrated with photos (156-160).

Volume 39 (1960) 
Black Beauty and Ginger by Anna Sewell, illustrated by Phoebe Erickson (1-36). 
Mother Goose Nursery Rhymes illustrated by Marguerite de Angeli (37-44). 
Nightingale by Hans Christian Andersen, illustrated by Colleen Browning (45-62). 
Lost in the Apple Cave by Carolyn Sherwin Bailey, illustrated by Ninon (63-75). 
Cow Who Fell in the Canal by Phyllis Krasilovsky, illustrated by Peter Spier (76-85). 
True Book of Space by Illa Podendorf, illustrated by Richard Scarry (86-101). 
Wee Brigit O'Toole by Richard and Ruth Holberg, illustrated by Polly Jackson (102-116). 
Pets Around the World illustrated with photos (117-124). 
Little Eddie, Junk Collector by Carolyn Haywood, illustrated by Robert MacLean (125-135). 
Man in the Manhole and the Fix-it Men by Juniper Sage, illustrated by Earl Thollander (136-148). 
Lad Who Went to the North Wind by Peter Christen Askjornsen and Jorgen Engebretsen Moe, illustrated by Elizabeth Skilton (149-155). 
Let's Go to Belgium illustrated with photos (156-160).

Volume 40 (1960) 
With Dorothy in Oz by L. Frank Baum, illustrated by Richard Scarry (1-51). 
Roger and the Fox by Lavinia R. Davis, illustrated by Theresa Sherman (52-66). 
Wishes by Sara Cone Bryant, illustrated by Robin Jacques (67-75). 
Let's Go to Scandinavia by Gladys Schwarcz, illustrated with photos (76-85). 
Page, Squire, and Knight by Eva March Tappan, illustrated by Vladimir Bobri (86-102). 
Plants to Have Fun With by Millicent E. Selsam, illustrated by Suzan Noguchi Swain (103-111). 
Master of All Masters by Joseph Jacobs, illustrated by Adrienne Adams (112-116). 
Fountain of Youth by James Baldwin, illustrated by Aldren A. Watson (117-124). 
Mr. Murdle's Large Heart by Margery Williams Bianco, illustrated by Irene Haas (125-135). 
Farmyard Song illustrated by Feodor Rojankovsky (136-142). 
Ulysses S. Grant: The General Who Hated War by Smith Burnham, illustrated by Edward Shenton (143-155). 
Prehistoric Animals of North America illustrated with photos (156-160). 

Volume 41 (1961) 
Robin Hood by Mary MacNab, illustrated by H. B. Vestal (1-36). 
Heidi Goes to the Pasture by Johanna Spyri, illustrated by Robin Jacques and Ninon (37-66). 
Walrus and the Carpenter by Lewis Carroll, illustrated by Aldren A. Watson (67-76). 
How the Camel Got His Hump by Rudyard Kipling, illustrated by Feodor Rojankovsky (77-84). 
Mop Top written and illustrated by Don Freeman (85-92). 
One Horse Farm written and illustrated by Dahlov Ipcar (93-106). 
What the Good-Man Does Is Always Right by Hans Christian Andersen, illustrated by Maurice Sendak (107-116). 
Hunters from the Sky illustrated with photos (117-124). 
Thomas Jefferson: Father of Democracy by Smith Burnham, illustrated by Henry Pitz (125-133). True Book of Health by Olive V. Haynes, illustrated by Harvey Weiss (134-145). 
Tricks to Fool Your Friends by Robert North, illustrated by Leonard Kessler (146-155). 
Let's Go to Argentina illustrated with photos (156-160).

Volume 42 (1961) 
Buffalo Bill by William Frederick (Buffalo Bill) Cody, illustrated by Ray Houlihan (1-36). 
Doll in the Grass illustrated by Lawrence Beall Smith (37-44). 
Songs of Nature by Alfred Tennyson, illustrated by Polly Jackson (45-55). 
Kiki Is an Actress written and illustrated by Charlotte Steiner (56-70). 
Endless Tale by James Baldwin, illustrated by Adrienne Adams (71-76). 
Baby's Mother Goose illustrated by Ruth Ives (77-84). 
Edison and Marconi: Wizards of Invention by Smith Burnham, illustrated by Peter Spier (85-102). 
True Book of Little Eskimos by Donalda McKillop Copeland, illustrated by Edward Shenton (103-116). 
Erminka and the Red Topped Boots by Margery Clark, illustrated by Maud and Miska Petersham (117-124). 
Henry and Ribsy Go Fishing by Beverly Cleary, illustrated by Robert MacLean (125-155). 
Let's Go to Germany illustrated with photos (156-160). 

The de Grummond Children's Literature Collection

The University of Southern Mississippi

118 College Drive #5148

Hattiesburg, MS 39406

601.266.4349

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