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"Most Wanted" Books March 2017*

Although we have over 180,000 books in our Collection, there are always titles that we lack. If any of the titles listed below are taking up valuable space on your book shelves, we'd love to help you out by adding them to our Collection. The books need not be first editions in excellent condition, and ex-library books are always welcome. Thank you for your donation!

19th Century American Juvenile Authors, Little Known Pseudonyms by Gustav Davidson; Black Cat Press, 1979.

ABC in Dixie: A Plantation Alphabet by Louise Quarles Bonte and George Willard Bonte; Ernest Nister & E.P. Dutton, 1895.

The Academy, or, A Picture of Youth by William Mackenzie; J. Harris, 1808.

Adults Alphabets: Examples of English Press Alphabet Books From the Last 100 Years with an Alphabetical Description, Copious Illustrations, and a Checklist of Press Alphabet Books by David Blamires; Hanborough Parrot, 1990.

Alice Learmont: A Fairy Tale by Dinah Mulock Craik, illustrated by James Godwin; Chapman & Hall, 1852 (or 1884).

Alice Learmont, Or A Mother's Love by Dinah Mulock Craik, illustrated by John Tenniel; Mayhew & Baker, 1859.

The Anne Anderson Fairy Book by Anne Anderson; Thomas Nelson & Sons, 1923.

The Artist's Notebook: The Life and Art of Merritt Mauzey by Merritt Mauzey; Memphis State University Press, 1979.

As They Were and As They Should Have Been by Olga Morgan; Lawrence and Bullen, 1905.

Aunt Louisa's Book of Fairy Tales for Little Children by Laura J. Valentine; Frederick Warne & Co., Ltd., 188[?].

Author Profile Collection, compiled by Book Report and Library Talk; Linworth Publishing, 1992.

Baby's Own Primer illustrated by Kate Greenaway; D. Lothrop, 1877.

The Bear Hunt by Howard Garis; McLoughlin Brothers, 1930.

Beauty and the Beast by Freire Wright; David & Charles (or Methuen Young Books), 1989.

The Bending of A Twig by Desmond Coke; Henry Frowde and Hodder & Stoughton, 1909.

Beneath the Crimson Brier Bush by Frances K. Judd; Cupples & Leon, 1937.

Bengal Fairy Tales by F.B. Bradley-Birt; John Lane, 1920.

Beth Hilton, Model by Lee Wyndham; Julian Messner, 1961.

The Betsy-Tacy Companion by Sharla Whalen; Portalington Press, 1995.

Betty Wales, Business Woman by Margaret Warde; Betty Wales Dressmakers, 1916.

The Betty Wales Girls and Mr. Kidd by Margaret Warde; The Penn Publishing Co., 1912.

Betty's First Term by Lilian F. Wevill; Blackie & Son, 1905.

Beyond the Border by Walter Douglas Campbell, illustrated by Helen Stratton; Archibald Constable, Westminster, 1898.

Billie Bradley and Her Inheritance by Janet Wheeler; Cupples & Leon, 1920.

Birthday Bouquet with Daily Quotations Introducing Flowers and Names by Annie Greaves, illustrated by Kate Greenaway; 1903.

Brenda Becomes A Buyer by Rega Kramer McCarty; Julian Messner, 1960.

A Calculating Miss by Virginia Cunningham; Julian Messner, 1966.

Cheryl Downing, School Nurse by Ruth MacLeod; Julian Messner, 1964.

Children's Literature Comes of Age: Toward A New Aesthetic by Maria Nikolajeva; Garland, 1996.

The Child's Book-Plate by Gardner C. Teall; Charterhouse Press, 1904.

Child's Own Book of Verse (Volumes I and II) by Ada Maria Skinner, illustrated by Maud and Miska Petersham; Macmillan, 1917.

Common Sights in Town and Country by Augustus Kollner; American Sunday-School Union, 1850.

The Cottage in the Chalk-Pit by Alicia Catherine Mant; Harvey & Darton, 1822.

County Agent by Virginia McDonnell; Julian Messner, 1968.

The Crock of Gold by Sabine Baring-Gould; Methuen, 1899[?].

Cross Child (Young America Series); McLoughlin Brothers, 1860 (or 1880).

Dateline: Paris by Alice Rogers Hager; Julian Messner, 1954.

Farah's Guide by David Farah; Farah's Books, 1985 (or any year).

A Flair for People by Helen Wells; Julian Messner, 1955.

Frank and Joe Turn Blue by Tony Carpentieri; SynSine Press, 1993.

The Girl in the White Coat by Helen Wells; Julian Messner, 1953.

Gladiola Garden: Poems of Outdoors and Indoors for Second Grade Readers by Effie Lee Newsome and Lois Mailou Jones; Associated Publishers, 1940.

Index to St. Nicholas Volumes I-XLV (1873-1918) by Anna Guthrie; Wilson, 1920.

Jinny Williams, Library Assistant by Sara A. Temkin and Lucy A. Hovell; Julian Messner, 1962.

Kit Corelli, TV Stylist by Eleanor Arnett Nash; Julian Messner, 1955.

Lady Architect by Lee Wyndham; Julian Messner, 1957.

Little Prattlers' ABC Book: A Fascinating Book For Children; W.B. Conkey, 1903.

Little Prattlers' Picture Book by R. Worthington, illustrated by Kate Greenaway [ca. 1880-1890].

The Lone Footprint by Frances K. Judd; Cupples & Leon, 1941.

Lorna Evans: Social Worker by Rega Kramer McCarty; Julian Messner, 1961.

Lynn Pamet, Caterer by Celeste Edell; Julian Messner, 1960.

Magic in Her Voice by Pauline Panzer; Julian Messner, 1953.

The Mystery of the Swaying Curtains by Frances K. Judd; Cupples & Leon, 1935.

The Night Before Christmas: Rattles and Prattles for Little Prattlers; J.T. Thompson, 1906.

Nina Grant, Pediatric Nurse by Patti Stone; Julian Messner, 1961.

Not Just Fairy Godmothers! Another Multicultural Unit With Unusual Magical Elements by Bonnie Nowak; Bon Mot Publishing, 1995.

Nurse in Vietnam by Nell Marr Dean; Julian Messner, 1969.

A Palette for Ingrid by Lois Hobart; Julian Messner, 1956.

Rowena, Teena, Tot and the Runaway Turkey by Fannie Burgheim Blumberg, illustrated by Mary Grosjean; Albert Whitman Co., 1936.

Showcase for Diane by Marjorie Mueller Freer; Julian Messner, 1951.

Stephanie Lane, Editorial Secretary by Betty Ellen Haughey; Julian Messner, 1968.

Tales From the Brothers Grimm, Volume One: Little Red Riding Hood illustrated by Charles Vess; Gargoyle Press, 1988.

Tomboy Teacher by Miriam Parker Betts; Julian Messner, 1961.

What's A Good Book, Ms.? by Andrea Allard; Melbourne, Australia Victorian Education Dept, 1984.

Who Needs Rainbows? by Ivy Ruckman; Julian Messner, 1969.

*This list is updated regularly