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Jupie and the Wise Old Owl (1931)
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    The New Books (32 Reviews)
    Gold, Men and Dogs, by Allan A. "Scotty" Allan
    1. Gold, Men and Dogs by Allan A. "Scotty" Allan
    2. Nelson, Man and Admiral by Friedrich Max Kircheisen
    3. The Letters of John Constable R.A., to C.R. Leslie, 1826-1837 by Peter Leslie and John Constable
    4. Fourteen Notes by Edward Gordon Craig
    5. The Night's Candles by Rene Roy
    6. Adventures with Bernard Shaw by Dan Rider
    7. The Windmill on the Dune by Mary E. Waller
    8. A Woman of Fashion by Marion Strobel
    9. No Surrender by Jo van Ammers-Kuller
    10. Behind Moroccan Walls by Henriette Celarie
    11. Prisoner Halm by Karl Wilke
    12. The Impotent General by Charles Pettit
    13. The Deans Elbow by A.E.W. Mason
    14. Strange Thoroughfare by Sonia Ruthele Novak
    15. Black Cherries by Grace Stone Coates
    16. Baby by Genevieve Nolan
    17. I Walk Alone by Kathleen Wallace
    18. Looking Backward, 2000-1887 by Edward Bellamy
    19. The Omnibus of Romance by John Grove
    20. Star Myths from Many Lands by Dorothy W. Renick
    21. Jupie and the Wise Old Owl by Neely McCoy
    22. Frozen Treasure by Jack Bechdolt
    23. Hidden Waters by Jack Bechdolt
    24. The Race of the Rails by Jack Bechdolt
    25. A Children's Service Book by Elwood L. Haines
    26. Nancy Comes to the Scratch, and Other Stories for Boys and Girls by Josephine L. Baldwin
    27. Two Penniless Princesses by Charlotte Yonge
    28. The Quizzle Book by John M. Weatherwax
    29. The City Mrs. Winkle Built by Helen Fuller Orton
    30. The Crime of Punishment by Margaret Wilson
    31. Hinduism Invades America by Wendell Thomas
    32. Religion on the American Frontier by William Warren Sweet
    The Saturday Review, June 20, 1931, p. 915