The Saint At Large, by Leslie Charteris
Follow The Saint, by Leslie Charteris
The Saint of movie, TV and radio fame started as a book.
Prince of Darkness, by Sharon Kay Penman
A medieval mystery. Good writing.
The Monkees (!!) Who's Got The Button, by William Johnston
Yes, //those// The Monkees. I has a happy.
Joyce of The Secret Squadron (A Captain Midnight Adventure)
A freaking Captain MIDNIGHT adventure! Has happy.
Nine Lives, The Folklore Of Cats, by Katharine M Briggs
What it says on the tin
Flaxie Frizzle Stories, by Sophie May. 1877
It was the vintage that attracted me. a browse indicates this was a poor choice. Oh well.
Wolf Story, by William McCleery
I shall enjoy reading this aloud to my friend...and her 5 year old. ;)
Norma Kent of the WACS (Fighters For Freedom Series)
WWII. I left the one about the WAVES behind. For now.
Petronella, by Jay Williams
Turns out tis a feminist fairytale. Lovely illustrations.