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Thu Oct 16 17:51:52 2014 UTClccn-nr000156400.07Pollyanna0.461.00Best books for young people143503467nr 000156405219603L. C. Page & Co.L. C. Page & CompanyL. C. Page and Co.L. C. Page and Companylccn-nr00013453Colonial Press (Boston, Mass.)prteltpbllccn-no2007057424C.H. Simonds & Coprteltlccn-n86025573Johnston, Annie F.(Annie Fellows)1863-1931lccn-nr94016009Sacker, Amy M.(Amy Maria)1872-1965bddilllccn-n82090783Bull, Charles Livingston1874-1932bddilllccn-n50050405Roberts, Charles G. D.Sir1860-1943lccn-n82063080Merrill, Frank T.1848-illlccn-n85820517Porter, Eleanor H.(Eleanor Hodgman)1868-1920lccn-n82140997Stephens, Robert Neilson1867-1906np-mulford, stocktonMulford, StocktonillPage CompanyFictionJuvenile worksDomestic fictionHistoryAnecdotesFolkloreHigh interest-low vocabulary booksDramaDiariesBiographyOrphansAuntsConduct of lifeVermontInterpersonal relationsCheerfulnessManners and customsKentuckyYoung womenAnimalsOptimismFriendshipIndianaFamiliesHumorous poetry, AmericanChildren's storiesGirlsChildren's stories, AmericanUnited StatesNatural historyHuntingCourtshipAmerican Civil WarNew EnglandChildren--Conduct of lifeStorytellingArizonaYouth--Conduct of lifeTravelFrance--NormandyBoarding schoolsFarm lifeGrandfathersAmerican wit and humorAmerican poetryDogsChildren's literatureTaverns (Inns)Intergenerational relationsHotelsWork ethicClergyChristian lifeAfrican AmericansUnclesScissors and shearsFrance--ToursPrisonersVoyages and travelsSick children1896189718981899190019011902190319041905190619071908190919101911191219131914191519161917191819191920192119221923192419251926192719291930193619391940200920115222232417[FIC]PZ7.P83ocn007525175ocn002097035ocn002504423ocn000288092ocn002722696ocn000691319ocn001952454ocn002675012ocn000602395ocn004358720ocn007362901ocn002708445ocn763692169ocn680485005ocn731469456ocn0236775592691ocn007525175book19130.07Porter, Eleanor HPollyannaHistoryJuvenile worksFictionDramaDomestic fictionHigh interest-low vocabulary booksWhen orphaned, eleven-year-old Pollyanna comes to live with austere and wealthy Aunt Polly, her philosophy of gladness brings happiness to her aunt and other unhappy members of the community1852ocn002097035book19020.18Roberts, Charles G. DThe kindred of the wild : a book of animal lifeJuvenile worksFolkloreFictionLegendsAnecdotesCharles G.D. Roberts was a distinguished poet and novelist whose claim to fame rests on a series of very popular animal stories. Although not a professional naturalist, Roberts based his stories on observations made during time spent in natural surroundings, experiences that began with his boyhood in New Brunswick1341ocn000742528book19040.74Roberts, Charles G. DThe watchers of the trails : a book of animal lifeJuvenile worksBiographyFolkloreFictionAnecdotesDyrefortællinger fra Canada1192ocn002504423book19010.82Stephens, Robert NeilsonCaptain Ravenshaw, or, the maid of Cheapside : a romance of Elizabethan London902ocn002722696book18970.07Johnston, Annie FOle mammy's tormentJuvenile worksFiction902ocn000288092book19030.79Sinclair, UptonPrince HagenFictionDramaFantasy fiction894ocn000602395book19090.84Johnston, Annie FThe jester's sword : how Aldebaran, the king's son, wore the sheathed sword of conquestJuvenile worksFiction893ocn003714523book19090.86Pidgin, Charles FeltonThe further adventures of Quincy Adams Sawyer and Mason Corner folks : a novelFiction844ocn000691319book19110.08Johnston, Annie FTravelers five along life's highway : Jimmy, Gideon Wiggan, the Clown, Wexley Snathers, Bap. SloanJuvenile worksFiction841ocn002063043book19060.74Miltoun, FrancisRambles in Normandy831ocn000559052book19070.30Crawford, Mary CarolineLittle pilgrimages among Old New England inns : being an account of little journeys to various quaint inns and hostelries of colonial New EnglandHistory793ocn003756358book19060.93Curtis, David AStand pat, or, Poker stories from the Mississippi731ocn000592745book18990.47Knowles, Frederic LawrencePoetry of American wit and humor641ocn001952454book18980.08Johnston, Annie FThe giant scissorsJuvenile worksFictionAnnie Fellows Johnston (1863-1931) was an American author of juvenile fiction, most well-known for the Little Colonel series, the first book of which was made into a 1935 movie starring Shirley Temple, Bill ""Bojangles"" Robinson and Lionel Barrymore. Johnston based her characters on friends and family, many of whom appear in several different series. Her semi-biographical characters include The Old Colonel, Mom Beck, Papa Jack, Mrs Sherman, Aunt Allison, and the Waltons. Her first novel, Big Brother was published in 1894 followed by The Little Colonel (1895), and 13 novels in the6220ocn035733115book19040.08Johnston, Annie FThe Little Colonel's holidaysHistoryJuvenile worksFictionDiariesPictorial worksA spunky little girl who lives on her grandfather's farm in Kentucky reunites a fragmented family after the Civil War603ocn030087541book19080.86Stephens, Robert NeilsonTales from Bohemia601ocn002675012book19020.08Saunders, MarshallBeautiful Joe's paradise, or, The island of brotherly love : a sequel to 'Beautiful Joe'Juvenile worksBiographyFolkloreFiction593ocn004358720book19050.56Johnston, Annie FThe three weavers : a fairy tale for fathers and mothers as well as for their daughtersJuvenile worksFolkloreFictionA story of how three weavers prepare their daughters to weave a mantle perfectly suited for the prince - and why two daughters suffer the consequences of poor choices while one reaps the benefits of yielding to wise counsel+-+7681575766324542ocn003993715book19020.79Johnston, Annie FAsa Holmes, or, At the cross-roadsFictionA popular children's author who created several juvenile fiction series at the turn of the twentieth century, Annie Fellows Johnston is best remembered for the Little Colonel books. The charming novel Asa Holmes recounts the remarkable life story of one of the denizens of that pillar of rural life, the country store533ocn030210240book19100.94Wattles, W. DHell-fire Harrison11ocn798937470book19141.00Page CompanyBest books for young peopleCatalogsCatalog promoting the various series of juvenile fiction published by the Page Company11ocn086164357file1.00Farrar, Straus, and GirouxFarrar, Straus & Giroux, Inc. recordsThe Farrar, Straus & Giroux, Inc. Records consist of letters, book manuscripts, contracts, photographs, audio tapes and catalogs chronicling the history and ongoing concerns of Farrar, Straus & Giroux (FSG) and its subsidiaries, Hill & Wang (H & W) and L. C. Page & Company+-+7681575766324+-+7681575766324Thu Oct 16 15:49:57 EDT 2014batch20278