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Author: Miriam Blanton Huber
ISBN: 006516072X
Language: English
Pages: 160 pages
Publisher: Harper & Row (1962)
Rating: 4.5
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by Miriam Blanton Huber. Select Format: Hardcover. ISBN13:9780065160727.

This book was clearly described as a hardback, but it is not. This disappointed me. It was very cheap so I want complain to. .I know for sure that I Know a Story is book one, and that They Were Brave and Bold is book five (thanks to the seller's description). It was very cheap so I want complain to much. I would love to see some of these books be reprinted and if paperback would keep them affordable, why not? I Know a Story deserves to be preserved, for sure.

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Author of Lazy Jack, Ted and Sally, Change about, They were brave and bold (Departures), Cinder The Cat, The three little pigs, The gingerbread boy, It must be magic. Created April 30, 2008.

The Brave and the Bold is a comic book series published by DC Comics as an ongoing series from 1955 to 1983. It was followed by two mini-series in 1991 and 1999, and was revived as an ongoing title in 2007. The focus of the series has varied over time, but it most commonly features team-ups of characters from across the DC Universe. The first volume of the series ran for 200 issues from August/September 1955 to July 1983.

Miriam Blanton Huber. Published by The Macmillan Company (1965). Miriam blanton huber. Due to age and/or environmental conditions, the pages of this book have darkened. Seller Inventory 123560666. More information about this seller Contact this seller 1. Story and Verse for Children. Published by THE MACMILLAN COMPANY, New York (1951).

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Volume 2: The Book of Destiny collects The Brave and the Bold vol. 3 160 pages, August 2008 . McAvennie "1960s" in Dolan, p. 111: "They were never given a team name when scribe Bob Haney and artist Bruno Premiani spun them against Mister Twister. 3 160 pages, August 2008, ISBN 1-4012-1838-5. However, this first team-up of Robin, Kid Flash, and Aqualad came to be classically regarded as the inaugural story of the Teen Titans.

The others were content with their ordinary clothes, and the most of them brought their . He fully realized the danger he was running. But this knowledge in no wise clouded his brave young spirit.

The others were content with their ordinary clothes, and the most of them brought their own guns. They had no bayonets, but carried hatchets in their belts instead, and at their sides were slung powder-horns on which they had carved quaint devices with the points of their pocket knives. Capture by the French meant probable torture, and certain death, while the chances were that if perceived by the foe or their merciless allies he would be shot on sight as so many others had been before him.

Book Five of The Wonder-Story Books 1962. Stories include: Febold Feboldsonk The Girl Who Hunted Rabbits, Old Stormalong, Sinbad of the Sea, Timber!, Grandpa Hopewell and His Flying Tractor, Pecos Bill, Beowulf, Thor and His Hammer, Fin M'Coul, The White Cat, The Runaway, Song of The Parrot, An Indian Summer Day on the Prairie, Travel, The Hare, The Fairies Have Never a Penny to Spend, A Lobster Quadrille, Little Orphant Annie, The Old Woman of the Roads, Clipper Ships and Captains, Stranger, The Oregon Trail,
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This book was clearly described as a hardback, but it is not. This disappointed me. It was very cheap so I want complain to much.
Kiaile
This is book five in a wonderful old series of books, designed to accompany the Alice and Jerry series. These were to ensure that children had access to folk tales and fairy tales in order to build their imaginations. The trend in books at the time was entirely pragmatic. This book is more about reading practice for a child that has already acquired the needed skill, being number five. As far as I can tell I Know a Story is the first book in the series and was a personal childhood favorite. The artwork is absolutely ingenious in that volume, which serves the purpose of getting the child to want to read the stories. This volume is much meatier, so I am thinking that perhaps the series was designed to be used at the rate of one per year.
Here are the titles I have down so far: I Know a Story; It Happened One Day; After the Sun Sets. I do not yet know what book number four's title is, but suspect it may be: It Must Be Magic. I know for sure that I Know a Story is book one, and that They Were Brave and Bold is book five (thanks to the seller's description).
As far as the disgruntled review for receiving a paperback rather than a hardcover, that is a seller issue, and that kind of complaint doesn't belong in the review for the contents of any book. Please, disregard the one-star review.
I would love to see some of these books be reprinted and if paperback would keep them affordable, why not? I Know a Story deserves to be preserved, for sure.
In all honesty, I have yet to read this particular book, but the stories look very interesting, and I trust the authors to have done a good job with the content.