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Sci-Fi/Fantasy for Kids Bibliography

Alexander, Lloyd.  The Beggar Queen.  Westmark 3.  1984.  New York: Laurel-Leaf-Dell, 1985.  Mass market paperback, 237 pages.

---.  The Black Cauldron. Chronicles of Prydain 2. New York: Holt, 1965. New York: Dell, 1990. Trade paperback, 229 pages. Newberry Honor book. Cover illustration by Jody Lee.

---. The Book of Three. Chronicles of Prydain 1. New York: Holt, 1694. New York: Dell, 1990. Trade paperback, 224 pages. Spine and cover creased, sticker on back. Writing on first page. Cover illustration by Jody Lee.

---. The Castle of Llyr. Chronicles of Prydain 3. New York: Holt, 1966. New York: Dell, 1990. Trade paperback, 206 pages. Some wear to edges and cover, bookseller sticker on back. Cover illustration by Jody Lee.

---. The Foundling and Other Tales of Prydain. New York: Holt, 1973. New York: Dell, 1982. Trade paperback, 122 pages. Some wear to cover, bookseller sticker on back. The ugly cover illustration doesn't match my other Prydain books.

---. The High King. Chronicles of Prydain 5. New York: Holt, 1968. New York: Dell, 1990. Trade paperback, 304 pages. Worn covers, writing on first page. Newberry Award Medal Winner. Cover illustration by Jody Lee.

---.  The Kestrel.  Westmark 2.  1982.  New York: Laurel-Leaf-Dell, 1983.  Mass market paperback, 244 pages.

---.  The Prydain Chronicles.  New York: Guild America Books, 19??.  Hardcover, 767 pages.  Jacket art by Jody Lee.  Book club omnibus containing The Book of Three, The Black Cauldron, The Castle of Llyr, Taran Wanderer, The High King, and The Foundling and Other Tales of Prydain.

---. Taran Wanderer. Chronicles of Prydain 4. New York: Holt, 1967. New York: Dell, 1990. Trade paperback, 272 pages. Almost new, bookseller price in pencil on first page. Cover illustration by Jody Lee.

---.  Time Cat.  1963.  New York: Yearling-Dell, 1985.  Trade paperback, 191 pages.  Wear to covers.

---.  Westmark.  Westmark 1.  1981.  New York: Laurel-Leaf-Dell, 1982.  Mass market paperback, 190 pages.

Banks, Lynne Reid. The Farthest-Away Mountain. New York: Doubleday, 1976. New York: Camelot-Avon, 1992. Trade paperback, 130 pages. Illustrations by Dave Henderson.

*This book is a charming little magical quest story. I value it for its magic elements: talking creatures, invisibility, a happy ending, and some fascinating colored snow. This book is particularly special to me because I re-read it upside-down in high school, just for kicks. It appeals more to the young female audience (and to me) than Banks's more familiar Indian in the Cupboard series, which stars a male protagonist. The Fairy Rebel, another Banks book aimed at young females, didn't suit me at all. It frightened me as a child, and I didn't like it much when I re-read it recently.

---.  The Indian in the Cupboard.  Indian in the Cupboard 1.  1980.  New York: Avon, 1982.  Trade paperback, 181 pages.  Part of boxed set. 

---.  The Mystery of the Cupboard.  Indian in the Cupboard 4.  1993.  New York: Avon, 1994.  Trade paperback, 246 pages. 

---.  The Return of the Indian.  Indian in the Cupboard 2.  1986.  New York: Avon, 1987.  Trade paperback, 189 pages.  Part of boxed set.

---.  The Secret of the Indian.  Indian in the Cupboard 3.  1989.  New York: Avon, 1990.  Trade paperback, 147 pages.  Part of boxed set.

Barron, T. A.  The Ancient One.  1992.  New York: Tor, 1994.  Mass market paperback, 339 pages.  Illustrations by Anthony Bacon Venti.

---.  Heartlight.  New York: Philomel, 1990.  Hardback, 272 pages.  Signed and inscribed by the author: "For Sean -- Enjoy the quest!  T. A. Barron."  Dust jacket in mylar.

Baum, L. Frank.  The Wizard of Oz.  New York: DelRey-Ballantine, 1979.  Mass market paperback, 219 pages.  Spine creased.

Brittain, Bill. All the Money in the World. New York: Harper, 1979. 150 pages HB, 1st, signed/inscribed by author, ex-library with card pocket and some wear. Illustrations by Charles Robinson. Dust jacket in mylar.

Brock, Betty.  No Flying in the House.  New York: Scholastic, 1970.  Trade paperback, 157 pages.  Pages slightly yellow, previous owner name on first page, otherwise great shape.

Cameron, Eleanor.  Stowaway to the Mushroom Planet.  Boston, Little, Brown, 1956.  Trade paperback, 209 pages.

---.  The Wonderful Flight to the Mushroom Planet.  Boston: Little, Brown, 1954.  Trade paperback, 195 pages.

Carman, Patrick.  The Dark Hills Divide.  The Land of Elyon Book 1.  New York: Orchard-Scholastic, 2005.  Hardback, issued without dust jacket.  253 pages.

Chew, Ruth. Do-It-Yourself Magic. New York: LuckyStar-Scholastic, 1987. Trade paperback, 127 pages. Almost new. Cover and interior illustrations by the author.

---. Earthstar Magic. New York: Scholastic, 1979. Trade paperback, 128 pages. White out and bookseller stamp on first page, wear to cover. Cover and interior illustrations by the author.

---. The Enchanted Book. New York: Scholastic, 1998. Trade paperback, 124 pages. Some wear to spine. Interior illustrations by the author.

*This is Ruth Chew's venture into Arthurian Legend, which is a tangential interest of mine which I will someday explore further. It is like her other books, except for one thing: I didn't think this book existed! I bought one of the three copies that turned up on the internet one day, because I'd never heard of it before, and was afraid it would wink back out of existence! I thought I knew the titles of all of Ruth Chew's books, but I guess I was wrong. There aren't really any online sources for information about Ruth Chew and her books, as far as I can tell, which is a shame. (In fact, if you search for "Ruth Chew" using Google, my website comes up first on the list.)

---. The Hidden Cave. New York: Scholastic, 1973. Trade paperback, 128 pages. Sticker partially removed from front cover. Cover and interior illustrations by the author.

---. Last Chance for Magic. New York: Scholastic, 1996. Trade Paperback, 128 pages.  Like new. Cover illustration not by author. Interior illustrations by the author.

---. Magic of the Black Mirror. New York: Scholastic, 1990. Trade paperback, 127 pages.  Cover illustration not by author. General wear, some damage to covers. Bookseller stamp inside front cover.  Interior illustrations by the author.

---. The Magic Coin. New York: Scholastic, 1983. Trade paperback, 127 pages. Looks new. Cover and interior illustrations by the author.

---. Magic in the Park. New York: Scholastic, 1972. Trade paperback, 128 pages. Almost new. Cover and interior illustrations by the author.

---. Mostly Magic. New York: Holiday House, 1982. Hardback, 127 pages. Cover and interior illustrations by the author. Cruddy ex-library book: mylar glued to book, card pocket, etc.

---. No Such Thing as a Witch. New York: Scholastic, 1971. Trade paperback, 112 pages. Cover worn, torn, bent. Previous owner name and stamp on first page, partial library pocket in rear cover. Cover and interior illustrations by the author.

---. Royal Magic. New York: Little Apple-Scholastic, 1991. Trade paperback, 127 pages. Water damage to pages. Bookseller price in pencil on first page. Cover illustration not by author. Interior illustrations by the author.

---. Second-hand Magic. New York: LuckyStar-Scholastic, 1981. Trade paperback, 127 pages. Very clean and new-looking.

---.  The Secret Summer.  New York: Scholastic, 1970.  Trade paperback, 128 pages.  Some creasing to cover, pages yellowing, otherwise great!

---.  The Secret Tree-House.  New York: Scholastic, 1974.  Trade paperback, 96 pages.  Some wear to cover.

---. Summer Magic. New York: Scholastic, 1977. Trade paperback, 112 pages. Almost new. Cover and interior illustrations by the author.

---. Trapped in Time. New York: Scholastic, 1986. Trade paperback, 127 pages. Minor wear to covers. Interior illustrations by the author.

---. The Trouble with Magic. New York: Scholastic, 1976. Trade paperback, 112 pages. Bookseller stamp on first page, covers bent, spine faded. Cover and interior illustrations by the author.

---. The Trouble with Magic. New York: LuckyStar-Scholastic, 1976. Trade paperback, 112 pages. Previous owner stamp on first page, damage to cover and spine. Interior illustrations by the author.

---. Wednesday Witch. New York: Scholastic, 1969. Trade paperback, 128 pages. Almost new. Cover and interior illustrations by the author.

---. What the Witch Left. New York: Scholastic, 1973. Trade paperback, 128 pages. First printing.. Cover and interior illustrations by the author.

---. What the Witch Left. New York: Scholastic, 1973. Trade paperback, 128 pages. Cover and interior illustrations by the author.

---. The Wishing Tree. New York: Scholastic, 1980. Trade paperback, 142 pages. Almost new. Cover and interior illustrations by the author. Previous owner inscription on title page.

---. The Wishing Tree. New York: Scholastic, 1980. Trade paperback, 142 pages. Almost new. Cover and interior illustrations by the author. First printing. Previous owner name on title page.

---. A Witch in the House. New York: Scholastic, 1975. Trade paperback, 112 pages. Stickers on spine and cover, binding torn, cover torn, bent, and dirty. Previous owner name on first page. Cover and interior illustrations by the author.

---.  The Witch at the Window.  New York: LuckyStar-Scholastic, 1984.  Trade paperback, 127 pages.  White sticker inside cover, some wear to covers and yellowing pages. 

---. The Witch and the Ring. New York: Little Apple-Scholastic, 1989. Trade paperback, 127 pages. Cover illustration not by author. Ex-library book. Spine re-inforced with tape, discard stamp and donor name on first page. Interior illustrations by the author.

---. The Witch's Buttons. New York: Scholastic, 1974. Trade paperback, 108 pages. Some creasing to front and rear cover corners.  Cover and interior illustrations by the author.

---. The Witch's Cat. New York: Scholastic, 1994.  Trade paperback, 128 pages.  Almost new. Bookseller stamp inside cover.  Cover illustration not by author. Interior illustrations by the author.  

---. The Would-Be Witch. New York: Scholastic, 1976. Trade paperback, 112 pages. Lots of wear to cover and book edges and corners. Cover and interior illustrations by the author.

---. Wrong Way Around Magic. New York: Scholastic, 1993. Trade Paperback, 128 pages.  Like new. Cover illustration not by author. Interior illustrations by the author.

Christopher, John [Samuel Youd]. Beyond the Burning Lands.  The Sword of the Spirits Trilogy 3.  1971.  New York: Collier, 1989.  Mass market paperback, 216 pages.

---.  The City of Gold and Lead. 1967. New York: Collier, 1988. Mass market paperback, 218 pages.

---. The Pool of Fire. New York: Collier, 1968. Mass market paperback, 218 pages.

---.  The Prince in Waiting.  The Sword of the Spirits Trilogy 1.  1970.  New York: Aladdin, 1989.  Mass market paperback, 218 pages.

---.  The Sword of the Spirits.  The Sword of the Spirits Trilogy 2.  1972.  New York: Aladdin, 1989.  Mass market paperback, 212 pages.

---. When the Tripods Came. 1988. New York: Aladdin, 1999. Mass market paperback, 151 pages. Almost new. Modern cover design by Steve Scott, art by Eric Lee.

---. When the Tripods Came. 1988. New York: Aladdin, 1990. Mass market paperback, 151 pages. Matching cover illustration by Dominick Finelle.

---. The White Mountains. 1967. New York: Collier, 1988. Mass market paperback, 214 pages.

Clement-Davies, David.  Fire Bringer.  1999New York: Dutton, 2000.  Hardback, 498 pages.  First american edition.  Some wear to dust jacket.

Cockrell, Marian.  Shadow Castle.  1945 New York: Scholastic, 1968.  Trade paperback, 143  pages.  Illustrated by Olive Bailey.  Pages browned, crease on front cover.

Cooper, Susan. The Boggart.  1993.  New York: Aladdin, 1995.  Trade paperback, 196 pages.

---.  The Boggart and the Monster.  1997.  New York: Aladdin, 1998.  Trade paperback, 185 pages.

---.  The Dark Is Rising. The Dark Is Rising Sequence 2. 1973. New York: Scholastic, 1989. Mass market paperback, 244 pages. Owner name inside front cover. Spine creased. Cover shows wear.

---. Greenwitch. The Dark Is Rising Sequence 3. 1974. New York: Scholastic, 1990. Mass market paperback, 131 pages.

---. The Grey King. The Dark Is Rising Sequence 4. 1975. New York: Scholastic, 1990. Mass market paperback, 165 pages. Spine and cover creased.

---. Over Sea, Under Stone. The Dark Is Rising Sequence 1. 1965. New York: Scholastic, 1989. Mass market paperback, 243 pages. Spine creased, cover shows wear.

---. Silver on the Tree. The Dark Is Rising Sequence 5. 1977. New York: Scholastic, 1990. Mass market paperback, 274 pages. Spine creased.

Daley, Brian.  Tron.  New York: Del Rey-Ballantine, 1982.  Mass market paperback, 173 pages.  Book is coming apart despite being taped down and across the spine.

Divakaruni, Chitra Banerjee.  The Mirror of Fire and Dreaming.  The Brotherhood of the Conch Book II.  New Milford, CT: Neal Porter-Roaring Brook, 2005.  Paperback, 329 pages.  Advance reader's edition.  Signed and inscribed by the author at BEA 2005: "To Lucy Day C. Divakaruni."

Duane, Diane.  So You Want to Be a Wizard.  1983.  New York: Magic Carpet-Harcourt, 1996.  Mass market paperback, 370 pages.

Du Bois, William Pène. The Twenty-One Balloons. New York: Viking, 1947. New York: Yearling-Dell, 1983. Trade paperback, 180 pages. Illustrations by author. Bookseller stamp on first page. Pages yellowed. Slight tear on cover at spine. Also an audio tape I used to love to check out at the library.

DuPrau, Jeanne.  The City of Ember.  New York: Random, 2003.  Hardcover, 270 pages.  New.

---.  The People of Sparks.  New York: Random, 2004.  Hardcover, 338 pages.  New.

Dickinson, Peter.  The Kin.  New York: Firebird-Penguin, 1998.  Mass market paperback, 628 pages.  Contains Suth's Story, Noli's Story, Ko's Story, and Mana's Story.

Durrell, Gerald. The Talking Parcel. London: Collins, 1974. Hardback, 190 pages. Very clean book, something erased on first page, slightly bumped. Dust jacket in mylar but suffering from wear and tear along the edges, and some tape. British first edition.

*This book drove me nuts for years, because I remembered the story but couldn't think of its title. Finally, I did an online search and came up with The Battle for Castle Cockatrice, the American title. I remembered the story from years ago. I'd seen an animated film version of The Talking Parcel on a public television program. I liked the show and then read the book, incorporating some of its images into my own personal imagined paradise: unicorns, phoenixes, and the like. Throw in a talking parrot, a magician, a sea serpent, werewolves, and three children on a quest, and you've got a magical tale that would make an impression on anybody. The book appealed more to me for its fantastic setting than for its plot: the actual battle for which the American version of the book is named left me decidedly luke-warm. Perhaps this book, or parts of it, anyway, are aimed at the young male audience, and therefore somewhat passed me by. I do genuinely value the book, particularly the British version, which I think has a better title and dust jacket illustration, and I also own the film (1984).

Eager, Edward. Half Magic. New York: Harcourt, 1954. San Diego: Voyager-Harcourt, 1985. Trade paperback, 217 pages. Cover and interior illustrations by N. M. Bodecker. Tear on spine, owner name on first page.

---.  Half Magic.  1954.  New York: Harcourt, 2004.  Hardback, 217 pages.  Cover and interior illustrations by N. M. Bodecker.  Interior illustrations printed in green.  Introduction by Jack Gantos.  New, but Amazon allowed the dust jacket to pick up a black smear on the back. 

*Written in the 50's set in the 20's (when movies don't talk, and nickels don't have Jefferson on them), there's something special about the simple style of this book. Four siblings who love to read about magic complain that magic adventures never happen to them. Until Jane finds the token. Read this book and you will meet a half-talking cat (who would prefer not to talk at all), a camel trader, and a kind bookseller who believes in magic and in love.

---. Knight's Castle. New York: Harcourt, 1956. San Diego: Odyssey-Harcourt, 1984. Trade paperback, 198 pages. Illustrations by N. M. Bodecker.

---. Knight's Castle. New York: Harcourt, 1956. Trade paperback, 183 pages. Cover and interior illustrations by N. M. Bodecker. Spine and cover creasing, browning pages.

---. Magic by the Lake. New York: Harcourt, 1957. San Diego: Voyager-Harcourt, 1985. Trade paperback, 183 pages. Cover and interior illustrations by N. M. Bodecker. Corners of pages and covers torn or bent, creases on cover, some underlining in text, bookseller price in pencil on first page.

---. Magic or Not? New York: Harcout, 1959. San Diego: Odyssey-Harcourt, 1979. Trade paperback, 190 pages. Cover and interior illustrations by N. M. Bodecker. Owner name on first page, corners of cover bent.

---.  Seven-Day Magic.  1962.  San Diego: Voyager-Harcourt, 1986. Trade paperback, 156 pages.  Cover and interior illustrations by N. M. Bodecker.  Wear to covers, clean inside.

---. The Time Garden. New York: Harcourt, 1958. San Diego: Odysey-Harcourt, 1986. Trade paperback, 193 pages. Illustrations by N. M. Bodecker. Bookseller stamp on first page, corners of covers and pages bent.

---. The Time Garden. New York: Harcourt, 1958. San Diego: Voyager-Harcourt, 1985. Trade paperback, 188 pages. Illustrations by N. M. Bodecker. Very clean used copy!

---. The Well-Wishers. New York: Harcourt, 1960. San Diego: Voyager-Harcourt, 1985. Trade paperback, 191 pages. Cover and interior illustrations by N. M. Bodecker. Bookseller stamp on first page, corners of covers and pages bent.

Edwards, Julie Andrews. The Last of the Really Great Whangdoodles. 1974. New York: Harper-Trophy, 2000. Trade paperback, 277 pages. Almost new. 25th Anniversary edition, cover illustration by Griesbach/Martucci.

Ende, Michael. The Neverending Story. Trans. Ralph Manheim. 1979. London: Puffin, 1985. Mass market paperback, 445 pages. Movie tie-in cover.

---.  The Neverending Story.  Trans. Ralph Manheim.  1979.  New York: Penguin, 1988.  Trade paperback, 377 pages.  Cover design by Neil Stuart, cover illustration by Kevin King.

*I have a complex relationship with this book. I came to know it years ago as a movie, also called The Neverending Story (1984). I didn't find out until much later that the plot of the movie actually leaves off halfway through the book. The book does split nicely into two halves: the first is the exciting, lighthearted adventure story most people are familiar with, and the second half is a much darker coming-of-age tale. The reading-level of the book is more advanced than most of the books in my collection. The book was definitely intended for an older audience than the movie was. I would like to own the movie as well as the book, someday. (Someone tried to make the second half of the book into a movie, and, in my opinion, utterly failed.)

Strangely enough, I first read the story in Italian while studying abroad in Pisa, Italy. (Ironically, it was originally written not in English or Italian, but in German.) When my family came to visit me, I read the English version out loud to my little brother during our vacation. Our favorite part is the scene in the first half of the book where the protagonist meets Morla, an ancient turtle who speaks v-e-r-y s-l-o-w-l-y, uses the royal we, and remains utterly indifferent to everything, including the imminent destruction of her world. My brother and I thought this was really and truly very funny. For weeks afterwards, whenever I mimicked her somber statement, "It's all the same to us," we would both fall into spasms of laughter.

The book itself is interesting in that each chapter begins with a different letter of the Alphabet, starting with A and going all the way to Z. This feature is somewhat problematic, given that Italian doesn't really have a 26 letter alphabet. I am left to wonder what the original German version was like. Someday I'll probably track down a copy and find out.

Forrester, Sandra.  The Everyday Witch.  Hauppauge, New York: Barron's, 2002.  Trade paperback, 185 pages.  New.

---.  The Witches of Bailiwick.  Hauppauge, New York: Barron's, 2005.  Trade paperback, 228.  New.

---.  The Witches of Friar's Lantern.  Hauppauge, New York: Barron's, 2003.  Trade paperback, 225.  New.

---.  The Witches of Sea-Deagon Bay.  Hauppauge, New York: Barron's, 2003.  Trade paperback 228 pages.  New.

---.  The Witches of Winged-Horse Mountain.  Hauppauge, New York: Barron's, 2004.  Trade paperback 248 pages.  New.

Funke, Cornelia.  Dragon Rider.  2000.  New York: Scholastic, 2004.  Hardback, 523 pages.  New.  Translated by Anthea Bell.

---. Inkheart.  New York: Scholastic 2003.  Trade paperback, 534 pages.  Advance Reader's Edition.

---.  The Thief Lord.  2000.  New York: Scholastic, 2003.  Trade paperback, 345 pages.

Gormley, Beatrice.  Mail-Order Wings.  1981.  New York: Avon, 1984.  Paperback, 164 pages.  Wear to covers.

Gripe, Maria.  The Glassblower's Children.  1964.  New York: Dell, 1974.  Trade paperback, 170 pages.  Pages yellowing.  Translated from the Swedish by Sheila La Farge, with drawings by Maria's husband, Harald Gripe, the painter.

Haddix, Margaret Peterson.  Just Ella.  New York: Aladdin, 1999.  Trade paperback, 218 pages.

Hunter, Erin.  Into the Wild.  Warriors 1.  2003.  New York: Avon, 2004.  Trade paperback 272.  New.

Hyperion.  Witch 10: A Bridge Between Worlds.  New York: Hyperion, 2004.  Trade paperback, 144+ pages.  New.

---.  Witch 11: The Crown of Light.  New York: Hyperion, 2004.  Trade paperback, 144+ pages.  New.

---.  Witch 11: The Return of a Queen.  New York: Hyperion, 2004.  Trade paperback, 144+ pages.  New.

---.  Witch 11: A Different Path.  New York: Hyperion, 2004.  Trade paperback, 144+ pages.  New.

---.  Witch Adventures: When Lightning Strikes.  New York: Hyperion, 2004.  Trade paperback, 106 pages.  New.

Jones, Diana Wynne. Cart and Cwidder.  Dalemark 1.  New York: Harper, 1975.  Mass market paperback, 222 pages.

---.  Charmed Life.  Chrestomanci 1.  1977.  Jones, The Chronicles of Chrestomanci Volume 1 1-264.

---.  The Chronicles of Chrestomanci Volume I.  New York: HarperTrophy, 2001.  Mass market paperback, 598 pages.  Contains  Charmed Life and The Lives of Christopher Chant.

---.  The Chronicles of Chrestomanci Volume 2.  New York: HarperTrophy, 2001.  Mass market paperback, 548 pages.  Contains The Magicians of Caprona and Witac Week.

---.  Dark Lord of Derkholm.  1998.  New York: Harper, 2001.  Mass market paperback, 517 pages.  New.

---.  Drowned Ammet.  Dalemark 2.  New York: Harper, 1977.  Mass market paperback, 324 pages.

---.  The Lives of Christopher Chant.  Chrestomanci 4.  1988.  Jones, The Chronicles of Chrestomanci Volume 1 265-598.

---.  A Tale of Time City.  New York: Teens-Mandarin, 1987.  Mass market paperback, 285 pages.

---.  Year of the Griffin.  2000.  New York: Harper Trophy, 2001.  Mass market paperback, 390 pages.  New.

Jordan, Sharryl.  A Time of Darkness.  New York: Scholastic, 1990.  Mass market paperback, 246 pages.  Creasing to covers and spine, interior clean.

Juster, Norton. The Phantom Tollbooth. New York: Epstein, 1961. Introd. Maurice Sendak. New York: Bullseye-Random, 1996. Trade paperback, 256 pages, new. Illustrations by Jules Feiffer.

*This is one of several books in my collection which I came to know first as movies. The title of the live action/animated movie is also The Phantom Tollbooth (1970). This was another library favorite of mine, even if it was already probably ten years old the first time I ever watched it. The movie is entertaining, especially with the songs, but the book is superior in terms of the details of clever allegory. For instance, there's the episode in which Milo winds up on the Island of Conclusions (having jumped there, of course).

---.  The Phantom Tollbooth.  New York: Random, 1961.  Hardback, 256 pages.  Illustrated by Jules Feiffer.  First edition?

Kaye, M[ary] M[argaret]. The Ordinary Princess. 1980. Garden City, New York: Doubleday, 1984. Hardcover, first American edition, 2nd printing. 112 pages. Owner's inscription on front endpaper, mild wear at bottom of spine, dustjacket priceclipped and slightly worn at folds. Cover and interior b/w and lovely color illustrations by the author. Dust jacket in mylar.

*Delightful! The perfect story of a misfit princess who runs away to avoid a distasteful arranged marriage, and finds love in an unexpected way. This story, which is complete with friendly woodland creatures, is set long ago and far away, in a land of fairies, kings, and beautiful princesses. Woven into the story is the nursery rhyme poem: "Lavender's Blue, Rosemary's Green, When You Are King, I Shall Be Queen."

---. The Ordinary Princess. 1980. Harmondsworth: Puffin, 1981. Paperback, 123 pages. Bookseller stamp on first page, wear to covers. Cover illustration by author, interior illustrations by Faith Jaques.

---. The Ordinary Princess. 1980. New York: Minstrel, 1986. Trade paperback, 112 pages. Bookseller stamp inside cover and on first page. Previous owner name on first page. Cover illustration by Tricia Zimic, interior illustrations by author.

Kendall, Carol.  The Gammage Cup.  1959.  New York: Odyssey-Harcourt, 1987.   Trade paperback, 283 pages.

Key, Alexander.  Escape to Witch Mountain.  1968.  New York: Simon & Schuster, 1973.  Mass market paperback, 180 pages.  Cover creased, writing on inside of cover, clean text.  Illustrated by Leon B. Wisdom, Jr.  Movie tie-in cover.

---.  The Forgotten Door.  New York: Scholastic, 1965.  Trade paperback, 140 pages.  Very worn cover and spine.  Previous owner name on first page.  Pages yellowed and brittle.

---.  Return from Witch Mountain.  New York: Simon & Schuster, 1978.  Mass market paperback, 152 pages.  Previous owner name and bookseller stamp on first page, otherwise great shape.  Movie tie-in cover.  Book is written "by Alexander Key, Based on Walt Disney Productions' motion picture screenplay Written by Malcolm Marmorstein, Based on characters created by Alexander Key."

Lang, Andrew.  Yellow Fairy Book.  1894.  Harmondsworth: Puffin, 1980.  Mass market paperback, 330 pages.  This edition edited by Brian Alderson and illustrated by Erik Blegvad.

Lee, Tanith.  Black Unicorn.  1991.  New York: Tor, 1993.  Mass market  paperback, 188 pages.

---.  Red Unicorn.  1997.  New York, Tor, 1998.  Mass market  paperback, 191 pages.

L'Engle, Madeleine. Many Waters. 1986. New York: Laurel-Leaf-Dell, 1987. Mass market paperback, 310 pages. A companion to A Wrinkle in Time, A Wind in the Door, and A Swiftly Tilting Planet. Previous owner name/stamp inside front cover, bookseller stamp on first page. Worn cover and pages.

---. A Swiftly Tilting Planet. 1978. New York: Laurel-Leaf-Dell, 1979. Mass market paperback, 256 pages. A companion to A Wrinkle in Time and A Wind in the Door. I love this cover illustration.

---. A Wind in the Door. 1973. New York: Laurel-Leaf-Dell, 1976. Mass market paperback, 203 pages. A companion to A Wrinkle in Time.

---. A Wrinkle in Time. 1962. New York: Laurel-Leaf-Dell, 1976. Mass market paperback, 190 pages. Spine creased.

Levine, Gail Carson. Cinderellis and the Glass Hill.  New York: HarperCollins, 2000.  Small hardback, 104 pages.  Illustrated by Mark Elliott.  One of the Princess Tales.  Glossy dust jacket.  Three piece paper binding.

---.  Ella Enchanted. 1997. New York: Harper Trophy, 1998. Trade paperback, 232 pages. Worn cover, bookseller price in pencil on first page. Newberry Honor book.

*This book reminds me of The Ordinary Princess, just above, and also a little of Robin McKinley's Beauty. It is a charming story that adds depth and personality to the Cinderella fairytale. Ella has been cursed by a well-meaning but obnoxious fairy with a magic obedience which hampers her life. She meets the prince to the accompaniment of pumpkins and magic finery, but there are details to the story that are wholly new. It encompasses not only the themes of romance and family, but also freedom, friendship, and maturity. Young girls will enjoy this book and admire its heroine. (Might be a little too mushy for the young male audience!)

---.  Ella Enchanted.  New York: HarperCollins, 1997.  Hardback, 232 pages.

---.  Fairy Dust and the Quest for the Egg.  New York: Disney, 2005.  Paperback, 189 pages.  Advance reading copy.  Illustrated by David Christiana.  Signed and inscribed by the author at BEA 2005: "To Lucy Day -- Fly with you!  Gail C. Levine." 

---.  The Fairy's Mistake.  New York: HarperCollins, 1999.  Small hardback, 87 pages.  Illustrated by Mark Elliott.  One of the Princess Tales.  Remainder mark.  Spot laminated dust jacket.  Three piece cloth and paper binding.

---.  The Fairy's Return.  New York: HarperCollins, 2002.  Small hardback, 104 pages.  Illustrated by Mark Elliott.  One of the Princess Tales.  Remainder mark.  Glossy dust jacket and metallic title.  Three piece paper binding.

---.  Princess Sonora and the Long Sleep.  New York: HarperCollins, 1999.  Small hardback, 107 pages.  Illustrated by Mark Elliott.  One of the Princess Tales.  Remainder mark.  Metallic title.  One piece paper binding.

---. Two Princesses of Bamarre. New York: HarperCollins, 2001.  Hardback, 241 pages.  First edition.  New. Bookseller price on rear board. Dust jacket in mylar.

---.  The Wish.  New York: Scholastic, 2001.  Trade paperback, 197 pages.  Covers and spine in bad shape.

Lewis, C[live] S[taples]. The Dawn Treader. The Chronicles of Narnia 3. 1952. New York: Collier-Macmillan, 1970. Mass market paperback, 216 pages. Spine creased. Cover illustration by Roger Hane. Interior illustrations by Pauline Baynes.

---. The Horse and His Boy. The Chronicles of Narnia 5. 1954. New York: Collier-Macmillan, 1970. Mass market paperback, 217 pages, new. Cover illustration by Roger Hane. Interior illustrations by Pauline Baynes.

---. The Lion, the Witch, and the Wardrobe. The Chronicles of Narnia 1. 1950. New York: Collier-Macmillan, 1970. Mass market paperback, 186 pages. Spine creased. Cover illustration by Roger Hane. Interior illustrations by Pauline Baynes.

---. The Magician's Nephew. The Chronicles of Narnia 6. 1955. New York: Collier-Macmillan, 1970. Mass market paperback, 184 pages. Spine creased. Cover illustration by Roger Hane. Interior illustrations by Pauline Baynes.

*From the back cover: "Here is your passport to a most extraordinary excursion into magical lands and enchanted happenings." This sort of approach to the Chronicles of Narnia is one which I have never outgrown. These books were read to me at a very young age, and captivated my imagination before I understood the Christian allegory. A particular favorite is The Magician's Nephew, the prequel to the more widely-read book, The Lion the Witch, and the Wardrobe, required reading for many elementary schools. The Magician's Nephew has a broader scope than the other books, in a way, and weaves everything together with the real world very cleverly.

---. Prince Caspian. The Chronicles of Narnia 2. 1951. New York: Collier-Macmillan, 1980. Mass market paperback, 216 pages. Bookseller sticker on cover, bookseller price in pencil on first page. Edition doesn't quite match the other books. Cover illustration by Roger Hane. Interior illustrations by Pauline Baynes.

---. The Silver Chair. The Chronicles of Narnia 4. 1953. New York: Collier-Macmillan, 1970. Mass market paperback, 217 pages. Cover illustration by Roger Hane. Interior illustrations by Pauline Baynes.

Loggia, Wendy.  Ever After: A Cinderella Story.  New York: Dell, 1998.  Mass market paperback, 184 pages.  Based on the screenplay by Susannah Grant, Andy Tennant & Rick Parks.

Lowry.  The Giver.  1993.  New York: Laurel-Leaf, 1994.  Mass market paperback 180 pages.

MacHale, D. J.  The Guide to the Territories of Halla.  Pendragon.  New York: Aladdin, 2005.  Paperback, 48 pages.  Illustrated by Peter Ferguson.  Signed and inscribed by the author at BEA 2005: "To Lucy Day, Hoby ho! D. J. MacHale."

---.  The Merchant of Death.  Pendragon Book One.  New York: Aladdin-Simon & Schuster, 2002.  Paperback, 374+ pages.  Edges of covers have been taped.

---.  The Rivers of Zadaa.  Pendragon Book Six.  New York: Simon & Schuster, 2005.  Hardback, 405 pages.  First edition.  Signed and inscribed by the author at BEA 2005: "To Lucy Day, Hoby ho!  D. J. Machale."  Dust jacket in mylar.

Matas, Carol and Parry Nodelman.  Of Two Minds.  Minds 1.  1995.  New York, Scholastic, 1998.  Mass market paperback, 200 pages.  Metallic book plate inside cover, wear to covers, ink mark on edge of pages.

---.  More Minds.  Minds 2.  1996.  New York: Point, 1998.  Mass market paperback, 188 pages. 

McAllister, M. I.  Urchin of the Riding Stars. The Mistmantle Chronicles 1.  New York: Miramax-Hyperion, 2005.  Advance reading copy.  Paperback, 282 pages.  Illustrated by Omar Rayyan.  Signed and inscribed by the author at BEA 2005: "For Lucy Day, with best wishes, Margaret McAllister."

McGraw, Eloise.  The Moorchild.  1996.  New York: Aladdin, 1998.  Trade paperback, 241 pages.  Teacher's edition.

McKinley, Robin. Beauty: A Re-Telling of the Story of Beauty and the Beast. 1978. New York: Trophy-Harper, 1993. Trade paperback, 247 pages. Bookseller price in pencil in rear cover. Spine creased. McKinley's first book, and her first of two versions of Beauty and the Beast. I prefer this version to the Rose Daughter version.

*Like Levine's Cinderella story Ella Enchanted, this story is built on one we all know and love, and have seen through the eyes of Disney's animators. Although Beauty and the Beast is probably my favorite Disney film, I still think that the story could be told better. McKinley tells it differently, certainly: instead of talking furniture, Beauty is surrounded by whispering servants she cannot see. Also, more time is spent developing Beauty's relationship to her family before she goes to the castle: the end of the story is fairly predictable. Beauty, McKinley's first book, is also only her first attempt at the Beauty and the Beast story. She later wrote a longer version entitled Rose Daughter, which in my opinion is excessively weighed down by the details of rose gardening, apparently a hobby of the author, and by a legend she attempts to weave into the background of the story. Of course, I don't regard either of McKinley's versions as the be-all end-all version, either: I imagine there are many more versions of which I would like to partake. In fact, Beauty and the Beast is the one fairy tale I would claim as my own, the one that I can imagine with the most detail, enthusiasm, and belief. If I were to write a book, this would be my story.

---. The Hero and the Crown. New York: Greenwillow, 1984. New York: Ace, 1987. Mass market paperback, 227 pages. Spine creased. Prequel to The Blue Sword.

---. The Blue Sword. New York: Greenwillow, 1982. New York: Ace, 1987. Mass market paperback, 248 pages. Spine creased, bookseller price in pencil on first page.

---.  The Outlaws of Sherwood.  1988.  New York: Ace, 1989.  Mass market paperback, 278 pages.

---.  Spindle's End.  2000.  New York: Firebird, 2002.  Trade paperback, 422 pages.

Nesbit, E[dith] [Edith Nesbit Bland]. The Book of Dragons. 1900. New York: SeaStar, 2001. Trade paperback, 180 pages.  New. Cover illustration by Paul O. Zelinsky.

---. The Enchanted Castle. 1907. London: Puffin, 1979. Mass market paperback, 253 pages. Slight wear to cover.

---. Five Children and It.1902. London: Puffin, 1996. Trade paperback, 237 pages. Almost new.

---.  The Magic City.  1910.  New York: SeaStar, 2000.  Trade paperback, 211 with afterward by Peter Glassman.  New. Cover illustration by Paul O. Zelinsky.

---.  The Phoenix and the Carpet.  1904.  London: Puffin, 1994.  Trade paperback, 289 pages.  Almost new. 

---.  The Story of the Amulet.  New York: Dell, 1987.  Trade paperback, 270 pages.  With an afterword by Jane Yolen.

---. Wet Magic. 1913. New York: SeaStar, 2001. Trade paperback, 182 pages.  New. Cover illustration by Paul O. Zelinsky.

Nimmo, Jenny.  Midnight for Charlie Bone.  Children of the Red King 1.  2002.  New York: Orchard-Scholastic, 2003.  Hardcover, issued without dust jacket.  401 pages.  Corners bumped, BCID on first page.

Nix, Garth.  Above the Veil.  The Seventh Tower 4.  New York: Scholastic, 2001.  Trade paperback, 248 pages.

---.  Aenir.  The Seventh Tower 3.  New York: Scholastic, 2001.  Trade paperback, 233 pages.

---.  Castle.  The Seventh Tower 2.  New York: Scholastic, 2000.  Trade paperback, 215 pages.

---.  The Fall.  The Seventh Tower 1.  New York: Scholastic, 2000.  Trade paperback, 195 pages.

---.  Into Battle.  The Seventh Tower 5.  New York: Scholastic, 2001.  Trade paperback, 201 pages.

---.  Sabriel.  Old Kingdom 1.  1995.  New York: HarperCollins, 1996.  Mass market paperback, 491 pages.  Spine creased, covers bent.

---.  The Violet Keystone.  The Seventh Tower 6.  New York: Scholastic, 2001.  Trade paperback, 233 pages.

Norton, Andre [Alice Mary Norton].  Dragon Magic.  1972.  New York: Ace, 1973.  Mass market paperback, 192 pages.  Bookseller sticker on cover, damage to cover.

---.  Fur Magic.  1968.  New York: Pocket, 1978.  Mass market paperback, 195 pages.  Bookseller sticker on cover, bookseller price in pencil on first page.

---.  Lavendar-Green Magic.  New York: Ace, 1974.  Mass market paperback, 241 pages.  Spine creased and slanted, pages yellowed, bookseller price in pencil on first page.

---.  Red Hart Magic.  1976.  New York: Ace, 1979.  Mass market paperback, 179 pages.  Illustrated by Danna Diamond.

Norton, Mary.  Bed-Knob and Broomstick.  1957.  New York: Harcourt-Brace-Jovanovich, 1990.  Trade paperback, 229 pages.

Paolini, Christopher.  Eldest.  The Inheritance 2.  New York: Knopf, 2005.  Paperback, 678 pages.  Advance Reader's Copy, signed and inscribed by the author at BEA 2005: "To Lucy Day!  Christopher Paolini 05."

---.  Eragon.  The Inheritance 1.  2002.  New York: Knopf, 2003.  Hardback, 509 pages.  Has the interesting feature that the page numbers are centered vertically along the side of the page.  The author began writing this story at age 15, after graduating from high school.  This is the first book in a planned trilogy.

Pearce, Philippa. Tom's Midnight Garden. 1958. New York: Yearling-Dell, 1991. Trade paperback, 232 pages. Cover illustration by Tom Newsom, afterward by Zilpha Keatley Snyder. Bookseller price in pencil on first page.

Pierce, Meredith Ann.  Birth of the Firebringer.  Firebringer 1.  1985.  New York: Firebird-Penguin, 2003. PENDING APPROVAL

Pierce, Tamora. Sandry's Book. The Circle of Magic 1. 1997. New York: Scholastic, 1999. Mass market paperback, 252 pages, new.Mass market paperback, 202 pages.

Pratchett, Terry.  The Amazing Maurice and His Educated Rodents.  2001.  New York: Harper Trophy, 2003.  Mass market paperback, 340 pages.

---.  The Wee Free Men.  2003.  New York: Harper Trophy, 2004.  Mass market paperback, 375 pages, new.

Pullman, Philip.  The Ruby in the Smoke.  1985.  New York:  Laurel-Leaf-Dell, 2000.  Mass market paperback, 230 pages. 

---.  The Tin Princess.  1994New York: Knopf, 1997.  Mass market paperback, 290 pages. 

Rodda, Emily.  The Charm Bracelet.  Fairy Realm 1.  New York: HarperCollins, 2000.  Small hardcover, 113 pages.  Sparkly pictorial cover, no dj.

---.  The Forests of Silence.  Deltora Quest 1.  New York: Scholastic, 2001.  Trade paperback, 131 pages.

---.  Rowan and the Travelers.  1994.  New York: Scholastic, 2002.  Trade paperback, 170 pages.

---.  Rowan of Rin.  1993.  New York: Scholastic, 2001.  Trade paperback, 151 pages.  Like new.  Map by Lynn Sweat, cover illustration by Mark Elliott.

Roberts, Katherine.  Song Quest.  1999.  New York: Scholastic, 2002.  Trade paperback, 271 pages.  Spine creasing, wear to covers, previous owner name in cover.

Roberts, Willo Davis. The Girl With the Silver Eyes. New York: Apple- Scholastic, 1980. Trade paperback, 198 pages. Yellowed pages.

*This is a favorite story of mine from grade school, when the teacher would gather us into a circle and read a chapter or two to us at the end of each day. Although real-world issues form the base of this tale of a misfit girl, it is the magic elements which fascinated me. The protagonist has silver eyes that enable her to move objects by telekinesis; that is, without touching them. The story tells how she uses and copes with her personal problems and her powers.

Rodgers, Mary.  ESP TV.  1974.  New Tork: Harper Trophy-HarperCollins, 1976.  Trade paperback, 216 pages.  Cover art by John Ward, cover design by Hilary Zarycky, 1999.  Formerly published as A Billion for Boris.  A "Freaky Friday" book.

---.  Freaky Friday.  1972.  New York: Harper Trophy-HarperCollins, 1999.  Trade paperback, 136 pages.  New.  Cover art by Hala Wittwer, cover design by Andrea Vandergrift.  Yea Hala and Andrea! 

Rowling, J[oanne] K[athleen]. Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them.  New York: Scholastic, 2001.  Trade paperback, 46 pages.  Supposedly written by Newt Scamander.

---.  Harry Potter and the Chamber of Secrets. The Harry Potter Series 2. New York: Levine-Scholastic, 1999. Hardback, 341 pages, new. Dust jacket in mylar.

---.  Harry Potter and the Chamber of Secrets. The Harry Potter Series 2. New York: Levine-Scholastic, 2000. Paperback, 341 pages, new.

---. Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire. The Harry Potter Series 4. New York: Levine-Scholastic, 2000. Hardback, 734 pages, new. Dust jacket in mylar.

---. Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire. The Harry Potter Series 4. New York: Levine-Scholastic, 2000. Paperback, 734 pages, new.

---.  Harry Potter and the Half-Blood Prince.  The Harry Potter Series 6.  New York: Levine-Scholastic, 2005.  Hardback, 652 pages, new.

---. Harry Potter and the Order of the Phoenix. The Harry Potter Series 5. New York: Levine-Scholastic, 2003. Hardback, 870 pages, new. Dust jacket in mylar.

---. Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban. The Harry Potter Series 3. New York: Levine-Scholastic, 1999. Hardback, 435 pages, new. Dust jacket in mylar.

---. Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban. The Harry Potter Series 3. New York: Levine-Scholastic, 2001. Paperback, 435 pages, new.

---. Harry Potter and the Sorcerer's Stone. The Harry Potter Series 1. 1997. New York: Levine-Scholastic, 1998. Hardback, 309 pages, new. Dust jacket in mylar.

---.  Harry Potter and the Sorcerer's Stone.  The Harry Potter Series 1.  1997.  New York: Levine-Scholastic, 1999.  Trade paperback, 312 pages. 

*In the wake of Rowling's amazing success, I'm not sure I have much to add in praise of these charming books. I must say I deplore the reactionist tendency to disparage these books and even avoid reading them just because they gained such mass popularity. I believe that Rowling's popularity reflects the quality of books she has produced, and on their universal appeal, and is wholly deserved.

---.  Quidditch Through the Ages. New York: Scholastic, 2001.  Trade paperback, 56 pages.  Supposedly written by Kennilworthy Wisp.

Sleator, William. Interstellar Pig. New York: Dutton, 1984. New York: Puffin, 1995. Mass market paperback, 197 pages, almost new.

Smith, Sherwood.  Crown Duel.  New York: Firebird, 2002.  Mass market paperback, 471 pages.  Contains both the novel Crown Duel and also the novel Court Duel.

Snyder, Zilpha Keatley.  Black and Blue Magic.  New York: Athenum, 1966.  New York: Scholastic, 1967.  Mass market paperback, 256 pages.  First paperback printing.  Wear to covers, previous owner name on first page.  Illustrations by Robert Cassell.

Steele, Mary Q.  Wish, Come True.  New York: Scholastic, 1979.  Trade paperback, 115 pages.  Bookseller sticker on cover.  Previous owner name on first page.

Sterman, Betsy and Samuel Sterman.  Too Much Magic. New York: Lippincott, 1987. Hardback, 154 pages. Illustrations by Judy Glasser. Absolutely beautiful book, dust jacket clipped on lower edge (still has price). On back cover, advertises Brittain's All the Money in the World! Dust jacket in mylar.

*I checked out this book at my local public library one summer when I was a kid. Years later, when I had forgotten both the title and the author, I wanted to find it again more than anything in the world. I remembered was that it was about a magic cube that seemed to grant wishes to a little boy. I remembered some of the details of the book, right down to a pair of purple sneakers the boy wished for! After searching unsuccessfully for the book on the internet, I gave up trying to pluck the book out of thin air. I went back to my old public library to see if, just maybe, I could find it on the shelf. I started scanning the "alpha-by-author" spines in the Juvenile Fiction Section.  To my utter delight, when I got to S, I spotted the book I was looking for sitting there on the shelf just as it had been ten years ago. I did a little victory dance, hoping no one thought I'd gone mad. It is a great book. The end is even better than I remembered.

Stroud, Jonathan.  The Amulet of Samarkand.  The Bartimaeus Trilogy 1.  New York: Miramax-Hyperion, 2003.  Hardback, 462 pages.  Book club edition.  Remainder mark and some damage to boards.  Dust jacket in mylar.

---.  The Golem's Eye.  The Bartimaeus Trilogy 2.  New York: Miramax-Hyperion, 2004.  Hardback, 562 pages.  First American edition.

---.  The Golem's Eye.  The Bartimaeus Trilogy 2.  New York: Miramax-Hyperion, 200?.  Hardback, ??? pages.  Blah.

Syke, Obert.  Leven Thumps and the Gateway to Foo.  Leven Thumps Book One.  Salt Lake City, UT: Shadow Mountain, 2005.  Hardback, 348 pages.  Illustrated by Ben Sowards.  Signed and inscribed by the author at BEA 2005: "To Lucy Day, Foo to you.  Obert Syke."  Dust jacket in mylar.

Thurber, James. The 13 Clocks. 1957. New York: Fine, 1990. Hardback, 124 pages. Color illustrations by Marc Simont. Dust jacket protected by mylar.

Vande Velde, Vivian. A Hidden Magic. 1985. New York: Crown, 1988. Trade paperback, 117 pages. Illustrations by Trina Schart Hyman. Owner name on cover.

*This book took a trip to the hospital with me when I cut my hand and had to get stitches: the nurse didn't want me to leave, because she was listening along with me as my mother read the story and wanted to hear the ending! I've since re-read the book in more pleasant situations, and I find that it has important lessons to teach about appearances. It's also a rather humorous story: have you ever made up a tongue-twister that almost killed a dragon? The scene is one of my favorites.

---.  A Well-Timed Enchantment.  1990.  New York: Magic Carpet-Hrcourt, 1998.  Mass market paperback, 228 pages. 

---.  Wizard at Work.  2003.  Orlando, FL: Magic Carpet-Harcourt, 2004.  Trade paperback, 134 pages.  New.  Cover illustration by Greg Swearingen; cover design by Liz Demeter.

Winthrop, Elizabeth. The Castle in the Attic. New York: Holiday, 1985. New York: Skylark-Bantam, 1986. Trade paperback, 179 pages. Spine creased, owner name on cover, corners of covers bent. The sequel, The Battle for the Castle, isn't nearly as good.

Wrede, Patricia C. Calling on Dragons. The Enchanted Forest Chronicles 3. 1993. New York: Point-Scholastic, 1994. mass market paperback, 244 pages, new.

---. Dealing With Dragons. The Enchanted Forest Chronicles 1. 1990. New York: Point-Scholastic, 1992. Mass market paperback, 212 pages, new.

---. Searching for Dragons. The Enchanted Forest Chronicles 2. 1990. New York: Point-Scholastic, 1992. Mass market paperback, 242 pages, new.

---. Talking to Dragons. The Enchanted Forest Chronicles 4. 1985. New York: Point-Scholastic, 1992. Mass market paperback, 255 pages, new.

Yolen, Jane.  Dragon's Blood.  Pit Dragons 1.  1982.  New York: Magic Carpet-Harcourt, 1996.  Mass market paperback, 292 pages.  New.

---.  Heart's Blood.  Pit Dragons 2.  1984.  New York: Magic Carpet-Harcourt, 1996.  Mass market paperback, 338 pages.  New, but with a funny discoloration on bottom edge of pages near spine.

---.  A Sending of Dragons.  Pit Dragons 3.  1987.  New York: Magic Carpet-Harcourt, 1997.  Mass market paperback, 286 pages.  New.

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