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    Books for Young America (4 Reviews)
    The Words In Picture Books
    1. The Sleepy Book by Charlotte Zolotow
    2. The Smart Little Boy and His Smart Little Kitty by Louise Woodcock
    3. The Big World and the Little House by Ruth Krauss
    4. The Color Kittens by Margaret Wise Brown
    The Saturday Review, November 7, 1959, pp. 47-51
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    Books for Young People (16 Reviews)
    Importance of the Cherry Tree
    1. The Sooner Hound by Harvey Weiss
    2. Adam and the Golden Cock by Alice Dalgliesh
    3. Alaskan Hunter by Florence S. Hayes
    4. Harriet and Her Harmonium by Alan Lomax
    5. The Story of Eleanor Roosevelt by Lorena A. Hickok
    6. The First Book of Pioneers by Walter Havighurst
    7. Steamboats to the West by Edith S. McCall
    8. Old Peppersass by Leonard A. Stevens
    9. The First Transatlantic Cable by Adele Gutman Nathan
    10. American Words by Mitford M. Mathews
    11. The Real Book About Our National Capital by E. John Long
    12. Know Your Government by George E. Ross
    13. The Golden Book of the American Revolution by Fred J. Cook
    14. Point Four Assignment by Russell G. Davis and Brent Ashabranner
    15. The Story of the Revolutionary War by Red Reeder
    16. The War Between the States by Eric Wollencott Barnes
    The Saturday Review, February 20, 1960, pp. 40-46
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    Books for Young People (20 Reviews)
    This Is London, by Miroslav Sasek
    1. This Is London by Miroslav Sasek
    2. This Is Rome by Miroslav Sasek
    3. This Is Paris by Miroslav Sasek
    4. Titus in Trouble by James Reeves and Edward Ardizzone
    5. Black Forest Summer by Mabel Esther Allan
    6. Perils of Pacifico by William Hollingsworth Wood
    7. Night Outdoors by Naomi Buchheimer
    8. Let's Read More Stories by Sidonie Matsner Gruenberg
    9. The Other Side of the World by Laura Bannon
    10. Mabelle, la Baleine by Patricia King
    11. Benny's Flag by Phyllis Krasilovsky
    12. A Wish for Little Sister by Jacqueline Ayer
    13. The Burro Benedicto by Philip D. Jordan
    14. Shan's Lucky Knife by Jean Merrill
    15. My First Geography of the Panama Canal by Arensa Sondergaard
    16. My First Geography of the Suez Canal by Arensa Sondergaard
    17. The First Book of Ancient Rome by Charles Alexander Robinson, Jr.
    18. Young Russia by Rita Vandivert
    19. Shells Are Where You Find Them by Elizabeth Clemons
    20. Ceylon by Christine Weston
    The Saturday Review, June 18, 1960, pp. 34-37
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    Books for Young People (20 Reviews)
    Censorship and Taste
    1. The Hat by Nova Rock
    2. The House that Jack Built by Paul Galdone
    3. Beginning with Mrs. McBee by Cecil Maiden
    4. Hooray for Chocolate by Lucia Hymes and James L. Hymes, Jr.
    5. Jack Mack by Robert Paul Smith
    6. Our Neighbors in India by John C. Caldwell and Elsie F. Caldwell
    7. Le Livre d'Amitie by Margaret Wise Brown
    8. The Sky-God Stories by Verna Aardema
    9. Otwe by Verna Aardema
    10. The Na of Wa by Verna Aardema
    11. A Wild Goose Tale by Wilson Gage
    12. The Majesty of Grace by Jane Langton
    13. What Then, Raman? by Shirley L. Arora
    14. The Story of Ancient Athens by Derek Roland Barker
    15. The Story of Ancient Egypt by Barbara Sewell and Patrick Lynch
    16. The Mound Builders by William E. Scheele
    17. Scientists Who Changed the World by Lynn Poole and Gray Poole
    18. Water for the World by Elizabeth S. Helfman
    19. The World of the Pharoahs by Hans Baumann
    20. Jesus of Israel by Marchette Chute
    The Saturday Review, March 25, 1961, pp. 28-31
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    Spring Books for Young People (4 Reviews)
    Pictures and Themes
    1. The Littlest One in the Family by Lois Duncan
    2. Big Brother by Charlotte Zolotow
    3. Kate Can Skate by Helen D. Olds
    4. Danny's Pig by Janice May Udry
    The Saturday Review, May 7, 1960, p. 39
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