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Fri Mar 21 17:12:50 2014 UTClccn-n500169150.06Bluebonnets for Lucinda,0.211.00Papers,60322364Frances_Clarke_Sayersn 5001691552366Sayers, Frances Clarkeセイヤーズ, F. Cnp-sickels, evelyn ray$1895Sickels, Evelyn Ray1895-edtlccn-n79064953Eichenberg, Fritz1901-1990illviaf-160331509Blinn, Marjeanne Jensenedtlccn-no2009117396Johnson, Edna1876-comlccn-n79078121Sewell, Helen1896-1957illlccn-n91004587Moore, Anne Carroll1871-1961lccn-n78095679Grimm, Wilhelm1786-1859lccn-n78095680Grimm, Jacob1785-1863lccn-n50025082Olcott, Frances Jenkinsedtlccn-nr93037737Anderson, GunnarillSayers, Frances Clarke1897-1989Juvenile worksFictionCriticism, interpretation, etcFairy talesFolkloreAnecdotesBiographyHistoryInterviewsConference proceedingsFairy talesGermanyChildren's literatureChildren--LanguageFolkloreLibrariansBooks and readingTexasChristmasSchoolsSistersChildren's storiesTalesFolk literatureCatsSayers, Frances Clarke,Names, PersonalLiteratureTravelCaliforniaPowell, Lawrence Clark,Wheeler, Joseph Lewis,FamiliesPetsChildren--Books and readingEnglandWalesMoore, Anne Carroll,Children's librariesSwedenGrimm, Wilhelm,Grimm, Jacob,Voyages and travelsNetherlandsHumorous storiesConduct of lifeChildren--Conduct of lifeChildren's librariansChildren's stories, EnglishMiniature booksNineteenth centuryAndersen, H. C.--(Hans Christian),African AmericansChildrenChildren's stories, GermanChild psychologyMoving, HouseholdUnited StatesEnglish languageReaders (Elementary)1897198919341935193619371939194119431944194719481949195019511952195319541955195619571958195919601961196219631964196519661967196819691970197119721973197419751976197719791981198219841987198920032007462278157808.8PZ8.G882ocn001412313ocn001411811ocn001411512ocn004458864ocn004949663ocn440527032ocn440254140ocn003313159101611ocn000095405book19590.13Johnson, EdnaAnthology of children's literatureAn anthology of nursery rhymes, poetry, epics, mythology and folklore, fiction, and non-fiction for children. Appendices include notes on storytelling, the history of children's literature, illustrators of children's books, children's book awards, graded reading lists, and biographical sketches8464ocn000574779book19650.33Sayers, Frances ClarkeSummoned by books: essays and speeches by Frances Clarke SayersCriticism, interpretation, etc5538ocn000427606book19720.32Sayers, Frances ClarkeAnne Carroll Moore; a biography4362ocn001459681book19440.07Grimm, JacobGrimms' Fairy talesCriticism, interpretation, etcJuvenile worksFolkloreFictionFairy talesAn illustrated collection of fifty-two traditional tales collected by the Grimm brothers3898ocn016729170book19340.06Sayers, Frances ClarkeBluebonnets for LucindaJuvenile worksFictionLucinda travels to mainland Texas to visit friends and see the bluebonnets2867ocn001558932book19410.06Sayers, Frances ClarkeTag-along ToolooJuvenile worksFictionAnecdotesFive-year-old Talluluh, Ann's sister, wants to do everything Ann and her friends, Susan and Virginia, do. But all three tell her she's either too little, it's too hard, or, it's too dangerous, and nickname her Tag-Along Tooloo! Echo's of the author's own childhood growing up in Galveston, Texas can be seen in this story of Texas1742ocn000064654book19700.06Sayers, Frances ClarkeOscar Lincoln Busby StokesFictionOscar never thought much about his name until the kids at school began to call him "Wienie."1095ocn001822790book19510.06Sayers, Frances ClarkeGinny and CustardJuvenile worksFictionGinny adjusts to her family's having come to live in California for a year as part of her father's job to work on a special report. Soon she meets a friendly cat she names Custard754ocn001702450book19480.06Sayers, Frances ClarkeSally TaitJuvenile worksFictionDescribes the life and adventures of a young girl in 1912 as she starts her school year in September on Oleander Island, Texas (i.e., Galveston, Tex.). Many local sites named. Some local residents of the time thinly disguised713ocn001702546book19350.28Sayers, Frances ClarkeMr. Tidy PawsJuvenile worksFolkloreFiction609ocn004717941book19650.33Sayers, Frances ClarkeSummoned by books : essays and speechesHistoryCriticism, interpretation, etc571ocn001412313book19530.06Trease, GeoffreyThe young traveler in England and WalesJuvenile works481ocn001411811book19530.06Proctor, George LThe young traveler in SwedenJuvenile worksFictionTwo American teenagers travel to Sweden to spend a year with relatives and become acquainted with the Swedish way of life471ocn001411512book19530.06Van Someren, LiesjeThe young traveler in HollandJuvenile works454ocn004554331book19390.88CaliforniaProceedings of the Institute on Library Work with Children held at the School of Librarianship, University of California, Berkeley, June 15-17, 1939Conference proceedings431ocn003381140rcrd0.39Sayers, Frances ClarkeFrances Clarke Sayers, storyteller324ocn005045496rcrd0.06Harris, Joel ChandlerBrer Mud Turtle's trickery. An Uncle Remus storyFolklore141ocn000575897rcrd19690.76Sayers, Frances ClarkeSummoned by books; speeches by Frances Clarke Sayers132ocn005582964book19490.06Sayers, Frances ClarkeAn ugly duckling who became famous : Hans Christian AndersenJuvenile worksBiography121ocn004458864rcrd19690.06Frances Clarke Sayers, storytellerStories from Rootabaga stories by Carl Sandburg and tales by Hans Christian Andersen, read by Ms. Sayers1162ocn001410193book19650.86Castagna, EdwinThree who meet the challenge: Joseph L. Wheeler, Lawrence Clark Powell, Frances Clarke Sayers272ocn003767795book19660.92Come hither! : papers on children's literature and librarianship, read at a farewell meeting for Frances Clarke Sayers upon her retirement from library service and teaching, held at UCLA, June 12, 1965191ocn004784824book19660.47Chukovskiĭ, KorneĭFrom two to fiveQuotationsAnecdotes91ocn022896908book19660.70Powell, Lawrence ClarkCome hither! Papers on children's literature and librarianshipCriticism, interpretation, etc41ocn025872945rcrd19730.66Sayers, Frances ClarkeFrances Clarke Sayers a first lady of children's literature talks with Edna EdwardsHistoryCriticism, interpretation, etcInterviewsAuthor, teacher, and librarian Frances Clarke Sayers is interviewed by Edna Edwards about her writing career and her views on children's literature. Ms. Sayers discusses the function of education, her approach to writing, and her college students' responses to children's literature22ocn051617324mix0.92Bechtel, Louise SeamanPapers primarily concern her work in literature, publishing, and editing, especially for children, and include correspondence, manuscripts, illustrations, biographical information, and published articles and reviews from or pertaining to authors, illustrators, and publishers, 1922-1978, including Rachel Lyman Field, Dorothy Pulis Lathrop, Marianne Moore, Helen Sewell, Wallace Stevens, Katharine Sergeant Angell White, Carroll Moore, Frances Clarke Sayers, Harry Behn, Padraic Colum, Anne Parrish, and Sara Teasdale. Extensive correspondence from Elizabeth Coatsworth, Vassar classmate and children's author, concerning travel, writing, mutual friends, the onset of World War II, volunteer war work, and family news, 1913-1980; biographical articles on Coatsworth, 1936-1978; and a Coatsworth family photograph album, 1898-1979. Letters from editors and board members at the Horn Book Company, publishers of THE HORN BOOK MAGAZINE and other children's literature, concerning Bechtel's work, editorial policy, conflicts between editors and the board, and publishing plans, with some personal and family news, 1934-1974. Correspondents include Bertha E. Mahony (Miller), Jennie D. Linquist, and Ruth Hill Viguers. Also, scrapbooks of Bechtel's published reviews and articles21ocn226265126mix20070.92Behle, Kelly ThereseFrances Clarke Sayers and the evaluation of children's literature : a look at the past with a view to the future11ocn040738168mix1.00Sayers, Frances ClarkeCollection of photographs by Eugene HutchinsonArchivesCollection consists of photographs of authors and poets taken by the Chicago photographer Eugene Hutchinson, as collected by Frances Clarke Sayers. These are of Ekaterina Konstantinova (Verigo) Breshko-Breshkovskaia, Rupert Brooke, Padraic Colum, Ford Madox Ford, John Galsworthy, Wilfrid Wilson Gibson, Ben Hecht, John Masefield, Robert Malise Bowyer Nichols, John Cowper Powys, Lennox Robinson, Lew R. Sarett, and Sir Rabindranath Tagore11ocn019168986mix19871.00Sayers, Frances ClarkeSmall felicities of lifeInterviewsSayers recalls her early years, her career as a children's librarian, particularly at the New York Public Library, and the importance of storytelling in linking children and books11ocn041112842mix1.00Sayers, Frances ClarkePapersArchivesCollection consists of correspondence, family journals, photographs, notes, and memorabilia11ocn317352756visu19770.06Frances Clarke Sayers: storytellerFrances Clarke Sayers worked for years as a children's librarian. She believes that storytellers can easily relate to children since they are neither disciplinarians nor teachers bound by set curriculums. "You just tell the story and let it soak in," she says before recounting "The White Horse Girl and the Blue Wind Boy," by Carl Sandburg. Three tales by Rudyard Kipling, "Molly Whuppie," "The Three Billy Goats Gruff," and "The Elephant's Child" are also told. 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