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Product Description: The Ice Journey (retold from an Icelandic folk-tale by Margaret Greaves)

Hardcover:

9780460881333 | Trafalgar Square, March 1, 1994, cover price $19.95 | About this edition: The Ice Journey (retold from an Icelandic folk-tale by Margaret Greaves)

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Chronicles the four-hundred-year history of the garden of the house at Barton's End, described in Ordish's 'The Living House,' through twenty owners, in bloom and decline
By Alison Claire Darke (illustrator) and George Ordish

Paperback:

9780395637708 | Reprint edition (Houghton Mifflin, November 1, 1992), cover price $10.95 | About this edition: Chronicles the four-hundred-year history of the garden of the house at Barton's End, described in Ordish's 'The Living House,' through twenty owners, in bloom and decline

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Product Description: Enjoying another bizarre holiday adventure, Henry Hollins is now in Camelot, where a great dragon-hunt is in progress. It's Henry who persuades King Arthur and his knights to think about conservation.
By Alison Claire Darke (illustrator) and Willis Hall

Hardcover:

9780745112947 | Large print edition (Chivers, May 1, 1991), cover price $16.95 | About this edition: Enjoying another bizarre holiday adventure, Henry Hollins is now in Camelot, where a great dragon-hunt is in progress.

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Product Description: Though the Emperor neglects the nightingale in preference for a jeweled mechanical imitation, the little bird returns to revive the dying ruler with its beautiful song.

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9780385260824 | Doubleday, September 1, 1989, cover price $14.99 | About this edition: Though the Emperor neglects the nightingale in preference for a jeweled mechanical imitation, the little bird returns to revive the dying ruler with its beautiful song.

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