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Song of the Night ("Road to Avonlea" series # 3)

By McHugh,Fiona [Montgomery,Lucy Maud]

Toronto: HarperCollins., 1991. "Road to Avonlea" is a CBC/Sullivan Films TV series based on stories and characters created by L.M. Montgomery. When Sara and her King cousin go exploring the old, run-down Lloyd mansion--and discover the reclusive Old Miss Lloyd within--Sara makes it her mission to discover the secrets behind Old Lady Lloyd's lonely, reclusive life. She gets some unexpected help from Sylvia Grey, Aunt Olivia's dear friend and a talented songstress, whose beautiful voice casts a mesmerizing spell on hard-hearted Miss Lloyd and begins to reveal the truth.. Trade Paperback. Fine.

$7.00

May The Best Man Win ("Road to Avonlea" series # 17)

By Hamilton,Gail [Montgomery,Lucy Maud]

Toronto: HarperCollins., 1991. "Road to Avonlea" is a CBC/Sullivan Films TV series based on stories and characters created by L.M. Montgomery. Sarah must solve Olivia's dilemma when the young woman finds herself caught in the middle of two well-intentioned gentlemen suitors.. Trade Paperback. Fine.

$7.00

The Story Girl Earns Her Name (Road to Avonlea Series # 2)
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The Story Girl Earns Her Name (Road to Avonlea Series # 2)

By Hamilton,Gail [Montgomery,Lucy Maud]

Toronto: HarperCollins., 1991. "Road to Avonlea" is a CBC/Sullivan Films TV series based on stories and characters created by L.M. Montgomery. Responsible for the loss of the school library fund, Sara takes it upon herself to raise the money again, launching one disastrous scheme after another.. Trade Paperback. Fine.

$7.00

Quarantine at Alexander Abraham's  ("Road to Avonlea" series # 5)
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Quarantine at Alexander Abraham's ("Road to Avonlea" series # 5)

By McHoy, Peter & Westland, Pamela

Toronto: HarperCollins., 1991. "Road to Avonlea" is a CBC/Sullivan Films TV series based on stories and characters created by L.M. Montgomery. A chance encounter causes Sunday school teacher Rachel Lynde, Felix, and his sisters and cousin to be quarantined in the farmhouse.. Trade Paperback. Fine.

$7.00

The Materializing of Duncan McTavish (Road to Avonlea Series # 4)

By Conkie,Heather [Montgomery,Lucy Maud]

Toronto: HarperCollins., 1994. "Road to Avonlea" is a CBC/Sullivan Films TV series based on stories and characters created by L.M. Montgomery. Marilla Cuthbert's story of a long-ago suitor named Duncan McTavish sparks Sara's interest, but when a real Duncan McTavish happens to arrive in Avonlea, Sara catches Marilla in a lie.. Trade Paperback. Fine.

$7.00

Family Rivalry ("Road to Avonlea" series # 16)

By Hamilton,Gail [Montgomery,Lucy Maud]

Toronto: HarperCollins., 1994. "Road to Avonlea" is a CBC/Sullivan Films TV series based on stories and characters created by L.M. Montgomery. The return of Roger King--world-famous geologist--turns the King farm topsy-turvy with excitement. But a boyhood feud between Roger and his brother Alec wreaks havoc on the homecoming, and sparks begin to fly--not just between the King grown-ups, but between cousin Felix and Andrew as well. . Trade Paperback. Very Good.

$7.00

Road to Avonlea [POSTER]

Toronto: HarperCollins., 1994. A poster with Sarah Polley promoting the story books issued about the episodes of the CBC/Sullivan Films TV series "Road to Avonlea" ' based on stories and characters created by L.M. Montgomery.. Poster. Near Fine.

$15.00

Misfits and Miracles ("Road to Avonlea"series # 20)

By Zwicker,Linda [Montgomery,Lucy Maud]

Toronto: HarperCollins., 1991. "Road to Avonlea" is a CBC/Sullivan Films TV series based on stories and characters created by L.M. Montgomery. Hockey season comes to Avonlea, but the youngsters' love for the sport is overshadowed by family feuds that culminate in the final action-packed match.. Trade Paperback. Fine.

$7.00

The Journey Begins ("Road to Avonlea" series #1)

By Adair,Dennis & Rosenstock,Janet [Montgomery,Lucy Maud]

Toronto: HarperCollins., 1991. "Road to Avonlea" is a CBC/Sullivan Films TV series based on stories and characters created by L.M. Montgomery. Facing financial ruin, Sara Stanley's father sends her and her nanny away from his Montreal mansion to Prince Edward Island to live in the home of a family she has never met. . Trade Paperback. Fine.

$7.00

Dreamer of Dreams ("Road to Avonlea" series # 18)

By Conkie,Heather [Montgomery,Lucy Maud]

Toronto: HarperCollins., 1994. "Road to Avonlea" is a CBC/Sullivan Films TV series based on stories and characters created by L.M. Montgomery. When Sara and Felicity's gossip column accidentally appears on page one of the Avonlea Chronicle, the editor, Aunt Olivia, must figure out how to make amends.. Trade Paperback. Fine.

$7.00

Witchery Hill

By Katz, Welwyn Wilton

New York: Atheneum, 1984. By a Canadian author. Fourteen year old Mike is taken by his father for a vacation to Guernsey in the Channel Islands and encounters not just a strange place but even more strange emotions and events connected to the prehistoric tomb in the vicinity which appear to be inexplicable, but undeniable, signs of witchcraft which seem directed at destroying his friends.. First Edition. Hardcover. As New/Very Good, Slight Chips.

$20.00

Quarantine at Alexander Abraham's  ("Road to Avonlea" series # 5)
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Quarantine at Alexander Abraham's ("Road to Avonlea" series # 5)

By McHugh,Fiona [Montgomery,Lucy Maud]

Toronto: HarperCollins., 1991. "Road to Avonlea" is a CBC/Sullivan Films TV series based on stories and characters created by L.M. Montgomery. A chance encounter causes Sunday school teacher Rachel Lynde, Felix, and his sisters and cousin to be quarantined in the farmhouse.. Trade Paperback. Fine.

$7.00

The Dragon and the Rose

By Daniell, David Scott

London: Jonathan Cape, 1960. Novel set in Florence during the Renaissance - written for young people. Illustrated by Sheila Stratton. . Reprint. Laminated Hardcover. Very Good. Illus. by Sheila Stratton. .

$17.50

Among the Hidden (Shadow Children #1)
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Among the Hidden (Shadow Children #1)

By Haddix, Margaret Peterson

New York: Simon & Schuster, 2000. In a future where the Population Police enforce the law limiting a family to only two children, Luke, an illegal third child, has lived all his twelve years in isolation and fear on his family's farm in this start to the Shadow Children series from Margaret Peterson Haddix. Luke has never been to school. He's never had a birthday party, or gone to a friend's house for an overnight. In fact, Luke has never had a friend. Luke is one of the shadow children, a third child forbidden by the Population Police. He's lived his entire life in hiding, and now, with a new housing development replacing the woods next to his family's farm, he is no longer even allowed to go outside. Then, one day Luke sees a girl's face in the window of a house where he knows two other children already live. Finally, he's met a shadow child like himself. Jen is willing to risk everything to come out of the shadows -- does Luke dare to become involved in her dangerous plan? Can he afford not to?. Reprint. Pbk. Very Good.

$5.00

Across the Miles : Tales of Correspondence

By Montgomery,Lucy Maud

Toronto: McClelland & Stewart, 1995. Anthology of interesting tales by L.M.Montgomery originally published in various magazines. Introduction; A Correspondence and a Climax; Cyrilla's Inspiration; Miss Sally's Letter; The Understanding of Sister Sara; Aunt Caroline's Silk Dress; The Old fellows Letter; The Promissory Note; Anna's Love letters; At Five O'Clock in the Morning; The letters; A Fortunate Mistake; The Growing Up of Cornelia; Aunt Susanna's Birthday Celebration; Miss Madeline's Proposal; The Girl & the Photograph; The Jest That Failed; A Millionaire's Proposal; Our Runaway Kite; The Schoolmasters Letters; The Revolt of Mary Isabel. Book plate of previous owner on ffep, else fine. 1st Can Ed. Pbk. Near Fine. Illus. by Ed.Rea Wilmshurst.

$40.00

Brother Dusty Feet

By Sutcliff,Rosemary

Oxford: Oxford University Press, 1961. This is the story of Hugh Copplestone, who lived in Devon during the reign of Queen Elizabeth. When his father died, Hugh and his beloved dog Argos had to go to live with his Aunt Alison, who did not like either boys or dogs. When she threatened Argos, Hugh ran away. Hoping to get to the University at Oxford, as his father had done before him, instead he fell in with a band of wandering players and had a year of adventure, travel and learning before finding a new home. (Donor inscription on ffep. else fine) . Re-issue. Hard Cover. Near Fine/Near Fine - Price Clipped. Illus. by Illus.C.Walter Hodges.

$40.00

Christmas With Anne and Other Holiday Stories
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Christmas With Anne and Other Holiday Stories

By Montgomery,Lucy Maud (Ed. Rea Wilmshurst)

Toronto: McClelland & Stewart, 1995. Anthology of stories by L.M.Montgomery originally published in various books and magazines collected and edited by Rea Wilmshurst. A delightful gift book for Christmas (donor inscription on ffep, else fine) . Hard Cover. Near Fine/Near Fine - Price Clipped.

$30.00

The Four Bronze Horses

By Yager, Rosemary

Caldwell, Idaho: Caxton Printers, 1959. For children a series of stories recounting how 4 bronze horses celebrating an ancient Olympic victory were taken to Rome, Constantinople, Venice and Paris before returning to stand on the Basilica of San Marco in Venice again. Delightfully illustrated with woodcuts by Charles Joslin 224p. maps on endpapers. Donor inscription on half title. First Edition. Hardcover. Very Good/No Jacket. Illus. by Charles Joslin.

$20.00

The Twelve Tasks of Flavia Gemina
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The Twelve Tasks of Flavia Gemina

By Lawrence, Caroline

London: Dolphin Books, 2003. Eighth in the series "The Roman Mysteries" Ancient Rome, four children and a mystery - set in Ostia."n the Roman port of Ostia braziers are lit, hot spiced wine is brewed and soft fur covers are brought out from cedarwood storage chests. It"s the season of Saturnalia, a pagan festival where anything can happen. When a Roman widow begins to show a keen interest in Captain Geminus, his daughter Flavia and her friends have to find out if she really loves him or is just after his money. To do that, Flavia has to undertake the twelve labours of Hercules. And there is a lion on the loose!.". Reprint. Soft Cover. Fine.

$10.00

A Feud in the Chalet School

By Brent-Dyer, Elinor M. [1894-1969]

London: Armada, 1986. A prolific author of childrens' stories who produced more than 50 titles in the "Chalet School" series. This story was first published in 1942 . These later paperback reprints may be abridged from the original hardcover editions.. Reprint. Pbk. Near Fine.

$10.50

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