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1 Dalgliesh, Alice
Along Janet's Road
New York: Scribner's, 1946 First Edition Milhous, Katherine 
8vo Brown cloth gilt. 208pp with designs by Katherine Milhouse. Continuation of the story of young writer Janet Laidlaw begun in the Newbery Honor book, The Silver Pencil. Janet leaves teaching to work as a children's book editor. Fine in dustjacket, lightly chipped and darkened. 
Price: 50.00 USD
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2 Dalgliesh, Alice
Reuben and His Red Wheelbarrow
New York: Grosset & Dunlap, 1946 Bischoff, Ilse 
8"x9" Color pictorial boards. [28]pp with delightful color and black & white illustrations throughout. Reuben gets a lovely new red wheelbarrow made by his father for his fourth birthday and almost misses being in the family portrait when he runs off to play with his gift. Near Fine in dustjacket. A Story Parade Picture Book.  
Price: 35.00 USD
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3 Dalgliesh, Alice
Ride on the Wind
New York: Scribner's, 1956 First Edition Schreiber, Georges 
8"x10" Pictorial cloth. [32]pp. Dalgliesh retold "The Spirit of St. Louis" for picture book format, a feat which Charles Lindburgh proclaimed "extraordinarily well done." Schreiber's accompanying full color and two-color illustrations are marvelous, particularly the double-page spreads of the plane flying through a moonlit sky and Lindburgh's much feted night landing at the airdrome of Le Bourget. Near Fine in frayed dustjacket with small chip to spine head. 
Price: 25.00 USD
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4 Dalgliesh, Alice
The Courage of Sarah Noble
New York: Charles Scribner's Sons (1954) Weisgard, Leonard 
8vo Decorated cloth. 52pp with lovely color illustrations by Leonard Weisgard. This is a true story with the author's imagined details, of a real eight-year-old little girl who, in 1707, went to cook for her father as he built the first house in New Milford, Connecticut. Records also say that when Sarah grew up, she continued to be friendly with the tall Indian. A 1967 printing of this Newbery Honor Book. Very faint ring stains to lower cover else Very Good+ in dustjacket with light chipping at corners and spine tips, a few ring stains to lower panel. 
Price: 15.00 USD
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