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    (21 Reviews)
    Stories for the Younger Children
    1. Gigi: The Story of a Merry-Go-Round Horse by Elizabeth Foster
    2. Little Navajo Bluebird by Ann Nolan Clark
    3. Bayou Suzette by Lois Lenski
    4. They Came from France by Clara Ingram Judson
    5. The Storks Fly Home by Jane Tompkins McConnell
    6. The Patchwork Quilt by Adele de Leeuw
    7. The Little Angel by Alice Dalgliesh
    8. Missouri Canary by Phil Stong
    9. Gerrit and the Organ by Hilda Van Stockum
    10. Sly Mongoose by Katherine G. Pollock
    11. Yanko in America by Charlotte Lederer
    12. The Water-Buffalo Children by Pearl S. Buck
    13. Twelve Months Make a Year by Elizabeth Jane Coatsworth
    14. Tibby's Venture by Ruth Langland Holberg
    15. Green Wagons by Oskar Seidlin and Senta Rypins
    16. Corporal Keeperupper by Katherine Milhous
    17. The Rise of Richard by Margaret Alton
    18. Midnight and Jeremiah by Sterling North
    19. Rufus M by Eleanor Estes
    20. Peachblossom by Eleanor Frances Lattimore
    21. Mountain Born by Elizabeth Yates
    The Saturday Review
    , November 13, 1943, pp. 29-31 - PDF
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