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Halloween hats —Winthrop, Elizabeth.

A rhyming celebration of hats, featuring all sorts of head-toppers that help create costumes for the Halloween parade.

The castle in the attic —Winthrop, Elizabeth, author.

A gift of a toy castle, complete with silver knight, introduces William to an adventure involving magic and a personal quest.

Promises —Winthrop, Elizabeth.

A young girl experiences a range of emotions when her mother undergoes treatment for cancer.

Vasilissa the beautiful : a Russian folktale —Winthrop, Elizabeth.

A retelling of the old Russian fairy tale in which beautiful Vasilissa uses the help of her doll to escape from the clutches of the witch Baba Yaga.

Dancing Granny —Winthrop, Elizabeth.

Granny and her grandchild take a nighttime trip to the zoo, where the animals have prepared a fabulous party and Granny dances the night away.

A child is born : the Christmas story —Winthrop, Elizabeth.

An illustrated retelling of the birth of Jesus.

Shoes —Winthrop, Elizabeth.

A survey of the many kinds of shoes in the world concludes that the best of all are the perfect natural shoes that are your feet.

Dumpy La Rue —Winthrop, Elizabeth.

A rhyming story about a pig whose passion for dancing becomes contagious.

The Why of things —Winthrop, Elizabeth Hartley, 1979-
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Since the tragic loss of her seventeen-year-old daughter less than a year ago, Joan Jacobs has been working hard to keep her tight-knit family from coming apart. But it seems as if she and Anders, her husband, have lost ...

Bear and Mrs. Duck —Winthrop, Elizabeth.

Once he overcomes his initial fear, Bear has fun playing with his new baby sitter, Mrs. Duck.

Sledding —Winthrop, Elizabeth.

Two young sledders bundle into their winter clothes and go down a snowy hill in a wild, whirling ride.

He is risen : the Easter story —Winthrop, Elizabeth.

An adaptation of the Bible story of Christ's Crucifixion and Resurrection.

The mercy seat —Winthrop, Elizabeth Hartley, 1979- author.
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A complex portrait of a small town in Louisiana in 1943, as seen in the twelve hours before a black teenager's execution for the alleged rape of a white woman. 1943: Eighteen year old Willie Jones sits in his cell in New...

Asleep in a heap —Winthrop, Elizabeth.

A little girl finds so many things to do before she is ready for bed that she is the last of her family to fall asleep.

The biggest parade —Winthrop, Elizabeth.

Harvey is so excited when the mayor appoints him Parade Chairman for a big celebration that he forgets something very important but, fortunately, his dog, Fred, remembers.

A very noisy girl —Winthrop, Elizabeth.

Elizabeth's mother gets a respite from her very noisy girl when Elizabeth pretends to be a dog.

The first Christmas stocking —Winthrop, Elizabeth.

Grieving for her dead mother, a poor girl finds all her dreams fulfilled when, on Christmas Eve, she hangs above her hearth a stocking she has knitted.

Squashed in the middle —Winthrop, Elizabeth.

When Daisy, a middle child, is invited to spend the night at her friend's house, her family finally pays attention to her.

Tough Eddie —Winthrop, Elizabeth.

Although Eddie appears to be a tough kid, he also plays with a dollhouse, a secret he feels he cannot reveal even to his closest friends.

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