Although we have over 160,000 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!
Ananse and the King’s Cow by Verna Aardema, designed and illustrated by Harry Wysocki; Bowmar, 1969 (or 1975 edition).
The Anne Anderson Fairy-Tale Book by Anne Anderson; Thomas Nelson & Sons, 1923.
Betty Wales, Business Woman by Margaret Warde; Betty Wales Dressmakers, 1916.
The Betty Wales Girls and Mr. Kidd; The Penn Publishing Co., 1912.
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.
Early Victorian Illustrated Books: Britain, France, and Germany, 1820-1860 by John Buchanan-Brown; Oak Knoll Press, 2005.
Enchanted Forest by William Bowen, illustrated by Maud and Miska Petersham; Macmillan, 1920.
Famous Illustrators of Children's Literature by Shirley Norby; Denison, 1992.
Farah's Guide by David Farah; SynSine Press, 1995.
Frank and Joe Turn Blue by Tony Carpentieri; SynSine Press, 1993.
Gladiola Garden: Poems of Outdoors and Indoors for Second Grade Readers by Effie Lee Newsome and Lois Mailou Jones; Associated Publishers, 1940.
A Guide to Early Juvenile Literature by Arnold Grade; C.E. Merrill, 1970.
Index to St. Nicholas Volumes I-XLV (1873-1918) by Anna Guthrie; Wilson, 1920.
Jigsaw Puzzles: An Illustrated History and Price Guide by Anne D. Williams; Wallace-Homestead Book Co., 1990.
Little Prattlers ABC Book: A Fascinating Book For Children; W.B. Conkey, 1903 (or Homewood Publishing, 1903).
Little Prattlers Picture-Book by R. Worthington, illustrated by Kate Greenaway [ca. 1880-1890].
Little Prattlers Picture Primer, With Many Illustrations; George Routledge and Sons, [ca.1860-1890].
Negro Art, Music and Rhyme For Young Folks (Book II) by Helen Whiting, illustrated by Lois Mailou Jones; Associated Publishers, 1938.
Negro Folk Tales For Pupils in the Primary Grades (Book I) by Helen Whiting, illustrated by Lois Mailou Jones; Associated Publishers, 1938.
The Night Before Christmas: Rattles and Prattles for Little Prattlers; J.T. Thompson, 1906.
Not Just Fairy Godmothers! Another Multicultural Unit With Unusual Magical Elements by Bonnie Nowak; Bon Mot Publishing, 1995.
Robin Hood: The Many Faces of that Celebrated English Outlaw by Kevin Carpenter; BIS, 1995.
Rowena Teena Tot and the Runaway Turkey by Fannie Burgheim Blumberg, illustrated by Mary Grosjean; Albert Whitman Co., 1936.
Story of Peter Rabbit: Peter Rabbit Cut-Out Series, Charles E. Graham Publisher, [ca. 1920].
Tales From the Brothers Grimm, Volume One: Little Red Riding Hood illustrated by Charles Vess; Gargoyle Press, 1988.
The Turtle and the Oak by Ewart A. Autry, et al.; Whipporwill Valley Publishers, 1992.
What's A Good Book, Ms.? by Andrea Allard; Melbourne, Australia Victorian Education Dept, 1984.
Who's Got the Slipper? Or, A Multicultural Unit of Cinderella Stories from Around the World by Nancy Hicks; Bon Mot Publishing, 1993.
Zeke by Mary White Ovington, illustrated by Natalie H. Davis; Harcourt Brace & Co., 1931.
*This list is updated regularly