[BHE 266] The Katie Day Collection Part Three of Three: Children’s Classics Edition

Myra here.

Every Sunday, we share the books that managed to find their way into our shelves, our book hunting expeditions, our literary journeys that brought even more books into our hands. Over the past two weeks, I have been sharing the children’s books that have been passed on to me by Librarian Extraordinaire, Katie Day. Here is the final set of books from her stellar collection.

Classics of Children’s Literature

The Hating Book by Charlotte Zolotow and pictures by Ben Shecter, William’s Doll by Charlotte Zolotow and pictures by William Pene Du Bois, Oliver Button Is A Sissy by Tomie de Paola.

Alphabet Book by John Burningham, Gone Wild: An Endangered Animal Alphabet by David McLimans.

The Enchanter’s Daughter by Antonia Barber and illustrated by Errol Le Cain, The Wanderings of Odysseus: The Story Of The Odyssey by Rosemary Sutcliff and illustrated by Alan Lee.

The Little Engine That Could by Watty Piper, The Lion And The Mouse with pictures by Ed Young.

European Word Book by Richard Scarry, Giants In The Land by Diana Appelbaum and illustrated by Michael McCurdy.

George And Martha Rise And Shine by James Marshall, Georgie Goes West by Robert Bright, Mac Goose’s Grocery by Frank Asch and pictures by James Marshall.

Tales Of Long Ago retold by Enid Blyton, Nessie The Mannerless Monster by Ted Hughes and illustrated by Gerald Rose, What The Light Was Like by Amy Clampitt.

Golden Sleepy Book by Margaret Wise Brown and Garth Williams, Little Grey Neck by James Riordan and Eileen Colwell and illustrated by Caroline Sharpe.

Miss Nelson Has a Field Day by Harry Allard and James Marshall, George and Martha by James Marshall, Dinner At Alberta’s by Russell Hoban and pictures by James Marshall.

Through Grandpa’s Eyes by Patricia MacLachlan and pictures by Deborah Ray, My Grandson Lew by Charlotte Zolotow and William Pene du Bois.

Mud Puddle by Robert Munsch and Art by Sami Suomalainen, Corduroy by Don Freeman.

Blackbeard The Pirate by Victor G. Ambrus, George Washington by Ingri and Edgar Parin D’Aulaire.

Mio My Son by Astrid Lindgren, Rainbow Love by Joan Walsh Anglund, May I Visit? by Charlotte Zolotow and illustrations by Erik Blegvad.

The White Land by Raymond Briggs, The Little Train by Graham Greene and illustrated by Edward Ardizzone.

The Wind Between The Stars by Margaret Mahy and illustrated by Brian Froud, Good Books Good Times! selected by Lee Bennett Hopkins and pictures by Harvey Stevenson, Skippack School by Marguerite de Angeli.

Too Much Nose: An Italian Tale by Harve Zemach and illustrated by Margot Zemach, Petunia Beware! by Roger Duvoisin.

The Moon Ribbon And Other Tales by Jane Yolen and illustrated by David Palladini, The Girl Who Cried Flowers And Other Tales by Jane Yolen and illustrated by David Palladini.

The Red Balloon by Albert Lamorisse, How Joe The Bear And Sam The Mouse Got Together by Beatrice Schenk De Regniers and illustrated by Brinton Turkle.

Topsys & Turvys by Peter Newell, Angus And The Cat by Marjorie Flack, How The Leopard Got His Claws by Chinua Achebe and John Iroaganachi, Snippy and Snappy by Wanda Gag.

Train To Somewhere by Eve Bunting and illustrated by Ronald Himler, The Glorious Flight: Across the Channel with Louis Bleriot by Alice and Martin Provensen, Next Stop Grand Central by Maira Kalman.

Fish Soup by Ursula K. LeGuin and illustrated by Patrick Wynne, The Dribblesome Teapots And Other Incredible Stories by Norman Hunter, The Shy Little Girl by Phyllis Krasilovsky and illustrated by Trina Schart Hyman.

America Builds Homes by Alice Dalgliesh and Lois Maloy, Hershel and the Hanukkah Goblins by Eric Kimmel and illustrated by Trina Schart Hyman.

Mrs. Katz and Tush by Patricia Polacco, Thunder Cake by Patricia Polacco.

Sacred Places by Philemon Sturges and illustrated by Giles Laroche, Daughter Of Earth: A Roman Myth retold and illustrated by Gerald McDermott.

The Bat-Poet by Randall Jarrell and pictures by Maurice Sendak, The Animal Family by Randall Jarrell and pictures by Maurice Sendak.

Is This You? by Ruth Krauss and Crockett Johnson, Elmer by David McKee.

Rachel Field’s Hitty: Her First Hundred Years by Rosemary Wells and Susan Jeffers, Always Room For One More by Sorche Nic Leodhas and Nonny Hogrogian (Illustrator).

I’m Like You You’re Like Me: A Child’s Book About Understanding and Celebrating Each Other by Cindy Gainer, Hello World! Greetings in 42 Languages Around The Globe by Manya Stojic, This Land Is Your Land by Woody Guthrie and paintings by Kathy Jakobsen.

Madeline And The Gypsies by Ludwig Bemelmans, Anatole And The Toy Shop by Eve Titus and pictures by Paul Galdone.

How about you, dear friends? What are the books that found their way into your shelves lately?

1 comment on “[BHE 266] The Katie Day Collection Part Three of Three: Children’s Classics Edition

  1. The Little Engine That Could! 😍


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