Category Archives: TW Series

Barney’s Adventures by Margot Austin TW501

  Barney’s Adventures¬† story and pictures by Margot Austin,TW501, 5th Scholastic paperback printing, 1970, unpaginated, approximately 36 pages. DESCRIPTION: “Barney and his dog follow the tracks. Barney is brave. He wants to know who made those big tracks! Soon he … Continue reading

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Boy on the Mayflower by Iris Vinton TW113

  Boy on the Mayflower by Iris Vinton, 11th Scholastic paperback printing, TW113, 1970, 64 pages. Illustrations by Jon Nielsen. DESCRIPTION: “Adventures of Will Latham on the First Voyage of the Pilgrims: For more than two hundred years little was … Continue reading

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Casey the Utterly impossible Horse by Anita Feagles TW393

  Casey the Utterly impossible Horse by Anita Feagles, 13th Scholastic paperback printing, TW393, 1973, 80 pages. Illustrated by Dagmar Wilson. DESCRIPTION:“When is a horse impossible? When he walks around in striped pajamas and a straw hat and glasses. When … Continue reading

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Treasure Beneath the Sea by Robert Silverberg TW1932

  Treasure Beneath the Sea by Robert Silverberg, 9th Scholastic paperback printing, TW1932, 1980, 78 pages. Illustrated by Mort Kunstler. DESCRIPTION:“Gold, silver, rubies, pearls, emeralds, diamonds- more riches than Fort Knox could hold- all lying unguarded on the ocean floor! … Continue reading

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The Raccoon and Mrs. McGinnis by Patricia Miles Martin TW2005

  The Raccoon and Mrs. McGinnis by Patricia Miles Martin, TW2005; 1st Scholastic paperback printing; 1971; 46 pages. Illustrated by Leonard Weisgard. DESCRIPTION: “How does this raccoon save his friend Mrs. McGinnis from the two masked bandits?” (from the back … Continue reading

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Ripsnorters and Ribticklers: Famous American Folk Tales retold by Tony Simon TW172

  Ripsnorters and Ribticklers: Famous American Folk Tales retold by Tony Simon TW172, 7th Scholastic paperback printing; 1967; 64 pages. Illustrated by David Lockhart. DESCRIPTION: “Famous American Folk Tales” (from the front cover) “Kemp Morgan -champion oil sniffer Pecos Bill- … Continue reading

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Questions and Answers About Ants by Millicent Selsam TW997

  Questions and Answers About Ants by Millicent Selsam TW997, 2nd Scholastic paperback printing; 1967; 71 pages. DESCRIPTION: “Do ants have baby ants? What do ants eat? How do ants sleep? How do ants wake up? How do ants keep … Continue reading

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Three Famous Stories retold by Edith H. Tarcov TW3029

  Three Famous Stories retold by Edith H. Tarcov, 3rd Scholastic paperback printing, TW3029, 1977, 48 pages.¬† Drawings by Rainey Bennett. DESCRIPTION: “Sinbad is a sailor who ties himself to the leg of a giant bird and flies into the … Continue reading

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Arrow Book of the United Nations, by Lavinia Dobler TW481

  Arrow Book of the United Nations, by Lavinia Dobler, TW481, 1st Scholastic paperback printing, 1963, 80 pages. Illustrated by John Hapsgood. Cover photo by Constance Ftera. DESCRIPTION: “‘What do you want to know about the United Nations? We asked … Continue reading

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Clifford’s Tricks by Norman Bridwell TW1557

Clifford’s Tricks by Norman Bridwell, 5th Scholastic paperback printing, TW1557, 1974, unpaginated; approximately 44 pages. Illustrated by the author. DESCRIPTION:“‘Whee! A new family moved in next door. They have a girl and the girl has a dog.” (from the text) … Continue reading

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