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The ultimate Peter Rabbit : a visual guide to the world of Beatrix Potter —Hallinan, Camilla.

Presents the life and work of Beatrix Potter through drawings, photographs, letters, journal entries, excerpts, and more.

Puppy love —King-Smith, Dick.

The author describes some of the puppies of all sizes, from Dachshunds to Great Danes, that he and his family have loved over the years.

The ultimate Peter Rabbit : a visual guide to the world of Beatrix Potter

Presents the life and work of Beatrix Potter through drawings, photographs, letters, journal entries, excerpts, and more.

Beatrix Potter, scientist —Metcalf, Lindsay H., author.

"Everyone knows Beatrix Potter as the creator of the Peter Rabbit stories. But before that, she was a girl of science. As a child, Beatrix collected nature specimens; as a young adult, she was an amateur mycologist prese...

Who was Beatrix Potter? —Fabiny, Sarah, author.

A young reader's biography of Beatrix Potter, the author-illustrator of The tale of Peter Rabbit.

Through the wardrobe : how C. S. Lewis created Narnia —Maslo, Lina, author, illustrator.

As a child, Clive Staples Lewis imagined many things . . . heroic animals and knights in armor and a faraway land called Boxen. He even thought of a new name for himself--at four years old, he decided he was more of a Ja...

Jacky Daydream —Wilson, Jacqueline.

An autobiography of the life of British children's author Jacqueline Wilson, from her birth in England in 1945, to her early youth when she decides she wants to become a writer when she grows up.

Beyond the wardrobe : the official guide to Narnia —Kirk, E. J.

An introduction to the life of C.S. Lewis and the magical world of Narnia. Includes original artwork, archival photos and images from the motion picture.

A.A. Milne —Wheeler, Jill C., 1964-

Discusses the life and works of the Englishman who wrote thousands of articles, plays, stories, and novels, yet is best remembered for his creation, Winnie the Pooh.

Beatrix : various episodes from the life of Beatrix Potter —Winter, Jeanette.

This simple biography of Beatrix Potter, best known for writing The tale of Peter Rabbit, includes excerpts from her published letters and journals and reveals why she drew and wrote about animals.

The land of Narnia : Brian Sibley explores the world of C.S. Lewis —Sibley, Brian, author.

A companion to "The Chronicles of Narnia," explaining how their creator, C.S. Lewis, came to write them, what sort of person he was, and the hidden meaning of the Narnia stories.

A secret vice : Tolkien on invented languages —Tolkien, J. R. R. (John Ronald Reuel), 1892-1973, author.

This is an annotated edition of Tolkien's seminal 1930s essay "A Secret Vice" in which he first revealed his vice of inventing languages in his fantasy fiction. In 1931 he gave a talk to a philological society entitled A...

Who was A.A. Milne? —Fabiny, Sarah, author.

"Born in England in 1882, Alan Alexander Milne grew up with a love for exploring the woods with his brother and writing poems about their adventures. Alan carried that love into his adult life by exploring the woods with...

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