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Katharine's doll —Winthrop, Elizabeth.

After quarreling over a doll, two girls come to realize that people make the best friends.

The shoelace box —Winthrop, Elizabeth.

Steven has trouble learning to tie his shoes but hates to admit it.

Belinda's hurricane —Winthrop, Elizabeth.

While waiting out a fierce hurricane in her grandmother's house on Fox Island, Belinda has a chance to get to know her grandmother's reclusive neighbor Mr. Fletcher.

As the crow flies —Winthrop, Elizabeth.

A second-grader describes how he feels when his father comes all the way from Delaware to Arizona to spend a week with him.

Being brave is best —Winthrop, Elizabeth.

Afraid to go to the hospital to have her tonsils out, Jenny is helped get over her fear by Cheer Bear and his friend.

The Red-Hot Rattoons —Winthrop, Elizabeth.

After the death of their parents, five young rats decide to leave the barnyard to make a name for themselves in the big city, facing unscrupulous rivals and dangerous humans along the way.

The best friends club : a Lizzie and Harold story —Winthrop, Elizabeth.

Lizzie learns to share her best friend and enjoy it, too.

Sloppy kisses —Winthrop, Elizabeth.

After her friend tells her kissing is for babies, Emmy Lou tries to make do with a pat on the shoulder.

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.

Luke's bully —Winthrop, Elizabeth, author

Skinny, shy third-grader Luke cannot hide from Arthur, his personal bully, until it is time to pick roles for the class play.

The mercy seat : a novel —Winthrop, Elizabeth Hartley, 1979- author.

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 -- adapted from cover description.

I'm the boss! —Winthrop, Elizabeth.

Tired of being told what to do by everyone else in the family, Julia tries different ways of bossing them.

The Red-Hot Rattoons —Winthrop, Elizabeth.
Book On Cassette
2004
Availability: 1 of 1

After the death of their parents, five young rats decide to leave the barnyard to make a name for themselves in the big city, facing unscrupulous rivals and dangerous humans along the way.

The Castle In The Attic —Winthrop, Elizabeth.
EAudiobook
2008

One of the classic fantastical adventures of all time! William has just received the best present of his life-an old, real-looking stone and wooden model of a castle, with a drawbridge, a moat, and a fingerhigh knight t...

The Battle For The Castle —Winthrop, Elizabeth.
EAudiobook
2009

The adventure continues in this exciting companion to The Castle in the Attic. As William turns twelve, he wonders if Jason is still his best friend. In the past year, Jason has grown a foot taller, while William is sti...

The Red Hot Rattoons —Winthrop, Elizabeth.
EAudiobook
2004

What do you when your world is turned upside down? If you're five young rats with music in your soul and dancing in your blood, you head for the Hollow, and the chance to dance at the Boom Boom Room. But not even wise ol...

The Mercy Seat —Winthrop, Elizabeth Hartley, 1979- author.
EBook
2018

The acclaimed novel by the author of The Why of Things tackles "the Deep South during the Gothic worst of Jim Crow times . truly a bravura performance" (Geoffrey Wolff). "One of the finest writers of her generation," and...

In my mother's house —Winthrop, Elizabeth.
Restricted DAISY Zip (CELA)
2012

Beginning in 1888 Manhattan, this novel explores the legacy of child abuse in the lives of three generations. Lydia Franklin, confused by her uncle's sexual advances, records her experiences in journals that later are fo...

The battle for the castle —Winthrop, Elizabeth.
Restricted DAISY Zip (CELA)
2012

In this sequel to the "Castle In The Attic" (DC05927), William receives a magic token for his birthday, along with a note reminding him that his new age, twelve, is right for becoming a squire. The token is from Mrs. Phi...

In my mother's house —Winthrop, Elizabeth.
Restricted DAISY Zip (CELA)
2012

Beginning in 1888 Manhattan, this novel explores the legacy of child abuse in the lives of three generations. Lydia Franklin, confused by her uncle's sexual advances, records her experiences in journals that later are fo...

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