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There was a secret room or attic involved, and a caravan painted with images of Nefertiti. The title could have included the word "Letters" but I'm not at all sure of that. Lyn Cook, Samantha's Secret Room, Samantha's cousin Josh is the owner of the caravan named Nefertiti. Scholastic Canada. Samantha Sam lives on a rural property in Canada and gains a penfriend by tying a letter to a christmas tree.

The caravan belongs to a cousin who comes to visit for a family reunion. The secret room is in a root cellar. Hi again, Harriett. I just wanted to thank you for providing your Stump the Bookseller service. My mystery is solved! You're a wonderful resource, and I'll be back! Samantha's Surprise 2 beautifully illustrated books about "Samantha and Samuel, two plush ducklings" that's how the first book opened. In one of the books, the ducklings had an adventure when it rained and their cardboard box house floated away.

These books opened sideways wider than long. Lippincott Co. It was a story about a young girl and boy, pre-teens, it seems to me, that met on a cruise ship or at a resort hotel and forming a sweet and touching friendship. It was a picture-book sized book, as I recall, but it had very few pictures.

For some reason the word 'sandcastle' is associated in my mind with this book. My aunt brought it to me when I was ill in the late 's, if that is any help. As she pursues this hobby she begins to realise that she is relying to much on her mother to manage her life and it is time to try her wings away from the family hearth. Encouraged by her father and with her camera as constant companion, she spends a fruitful and energetic summer on Cape Cod, helping an older girl to develop a 'different' tea room.

Photography plays an important role as Judith finds new friends, a new love, widened interests, and especially, a more healthy relationship with her family. A book with a similar title that might possibly be the one wanted is Castle in the Sand, written and illustrated by Bettina, published Harper "With her usual wisdom and awareness, the author of the beloved Cocolo books tells the amusing and beautiful story of two children who make friends on a beach in Italy.

Ages Sandeagozu s. There is a snake with a broken tail, a bird or parrot, some animal like a ferret and others. They adventure into the sewars and I believe they travel in a truck as well. I read the book you are looking for!

Unfortunately I can't remember the title or author either - but here are a few more details. The title was the animals' phonetic interpretation of the words "San Diego Zoo" ie, something along the lines of "Sandy Eggo Zu" etc. It was a novel for adults, and there were definitely some human villans that the animals had to avoid, including one who came to a very bad end by eating dried corn in an abandoned Native American village and then drinking too much water stomach exploded: ugh!

The cover of the hardback had an illustration of the animals including a large snake. Hope this helps! Jenner, Janann V. Not from the s, but definitely your book. A Burmese python, coatimundi, macaw and rattlesnake escape from Leftrack's Pet Emporium in NYC in search of the mythical Sandeagozu, a warm land where animals can live without cages. Sandwich I'm looking for a book as a surprise for a friend, but have had no luck, although I have the supposed title -- "And a Piece of Bread".

The cover was shaped like a piece of bread, and each page was then shaped like part of a sandwich -- a slice of ham, a piece of cheese, etc. The reader then constructed a Dagwood sandwich by turning the pages -- periodically adding "a piece of bread". I managed to ask my friend's mother about this book, and although she remembers it, she remembers it differently than he does.

She also says the book was sandwich shaped, but that it was very short, and contained pages for jam and peanut butter. She purchased it at the drug store. My friend is in his mid thirties, so this was probably in the early 70's.

David Pelham, Sam's Sandwich. Looks like the right book. Sorry, but Sam's Sandwich is far too new to be the book I'm looking for. Amazon claims that the first US edition was printed in The book I'm looking for would've been published in the mids at the latest. Dorothy C. Seymour, The Sandwich.

This was published in the 60s and had the repeating lines "a little of this It may be the book you are looking for. Find out more about Dorothy Seymour on the Most Requested pages. This may not be the title. It is a children's book about a monkey and his adventures with Santa.

We read it as children in the late 50's or early 60's. It is a large book, with not many pages. Some of the pages may have had "texture". Anonymous, Santa Claus and Lili Monk, The reason I think this might be the one besides the date is that apparently the pages are textured. This is the story of a little monkey who hitched a ride to the North Pole in Santa's bag when he was visiting the jungle looking for drums.

Does Lili stay in the North Pole? Hall, Monty the Monkey, Another angle on which to look -- this does''t seem to be the book, but it might be another book by the same author. A Little Black Sambo imitation, each page of text in large type faces a full page illus.

A curious book. There is no Monty Monk character in that story, so that is not the one I am searching for. But thanks for trying! M Could this be a comic book series? Monty Monk. Entry p. Still no luck. I checked out the "Monty the Monkey" book from , and there definitely were no references to Little Black Sambo in the book that I am searching for, so it cannot be this book. Also, the next person listed a comic book reference. The book I am looking for was nothing like a comic book, so this leads me to another dead end.

After talking with my mother and brother, they both agreed that the center of the story was Monty Monk was such a good little monkey that Santa allowed him to ride in his sleigh as he delivered toys to all the girls and boys. Hope someone can help me find this book. I am so excited!!!!!! My mystery is solved and I have found my book! Actually, I must admit that I made an error. For several years, I thought the book I was looking for was about Monty Monk.

I'm not sure where I got that idea. There is not character "Monty Monk" in the book I was looking for. Instead the character is "Lili Monk"! I took a chance, and ordered the book Santa Claus and Lili Monk from one of the used book sources that you recommend. And lo, and behold, it was the book of my childhood!

Well, not the actual book, but one just like it! I am just so happy. I received it yesterday, sat down and reread it after nearly 40 years! I still love it, and the illustrations are just as wonderful as I remembered them! But alas, no one is given credit in the book for the illustrations nor the words!

Anyway, thanks so much for offering this service! Santa Claus Book C I have pages of a book of Christmas stories and poems which belonged to someone born in the 40's. Stories in this book include "Mr. The Santa Claus Book. This is a Big Golden Book. Mine is so worn that I have no title page, so I can't give you any other information. But, I was right the first time. Pictures by Retta Worcester. New York, Simon and Schuster, It's just hard to come by these nostalgic days.

I am desperate to find this book adn would appreciate any help!!!! It is about 12 inches tall and 5 inches wide. My copy is just about worn out and I have no title page. I think this is the same book described in C It is certainly a wonderful Christmas book. One story was about a poor family who went out to buy a star for the top of their Christmas tree and lost the money, when they got home the tree that was is front of a window was topped by a star outside.

Another was about a girl who got so upset when they had to take the tree down that they planted one outside. I would be very surprised it you can help, but thought I would try. I had the book in the 's. Might this be it? I'm quite familiar with the story The Shiniest Star by Beth Vardon, and I'm sorry to say that this great story is not the one described.

The Shiniest Star is about three little angels who polish their stars in heaven. The hard working, humble Touselhead's star becomes the Christmas star. It contains several Christmas stories. One is "Susie's Christmas Star" in which Susie goes to the store and buys a star and candy canes for her family's tree, but loses them on the way home. She follows footprints and finds that a very poor family has found the candy canes and used them to decorate their tree. Seeing this, she generously pushes her star through their window too.

When she goes home a real star is shining through the window over her family's tree. I don't recall the title or author and neither does my father but I can still picture the book illustrations and story in my mind. I was a child in the 's so the book had to be written before probably. I have not had any success using the search features as I seem to only get later published books.

How do I go about finding this book which may be out of print? The gist of the book is about a young girl who has a few cents. She goes to the corner candy store and purchases 10 candy canes which the shopkeeper puts in a paper bag.

She leaves the store and begins home trudging through the snow covered streets, her boots leaving footprints. When she gets home, she discovers her bag had a hole in it and all her candy canes are gone. She retraces her steps and follows the path of her lost candy canes which had fallen one-by-one leaving imprints in the snow.

She discovers that each one has been picked up so she follows the trail of the "thief" only to discover that it leads to an orphange. Standing in the street outside the orphanage, she looks inside the window and sees all the children happily looking at the Christmas tree. On the Christmas tree are her candy canes!

I'm not sure how it ends, but I believe she is happy about where her candy canes have ended up. This book has such good memories for me that I would like to find it again. Please give me some suggestions about how I can go about finding this book. Thank you. I have been unable to find this story published alone, but here's an anthology in which it appears. Thanks for the tip, Barb! Illustrated by Retta Worcester.

Simon and Schuster, A Big Golden Book. One of the stories is "Susie's Christmas Star" in which Susie goes to the store and buys a star and candy canes for her family's tree, but loses them on the way home. The last story in the book was about a little girl named Mary Berry who hated to see the Christmas tree taken down. There was also a story about a penny walk and one about a woman who made edible mittens of yarn colored with candy.

It's in Solved Mysteries. Thanks though. Possibly this one? It definitely contains "Granny Glittens and Her Amazing Mittens" but I don't own a copy, so I can't tell you what else is in the book, except that according to various online sellers, it contains songs, poems including "A Visit From St.

Nicholas" , puzzles including a maze and crossword puzzle , a pop-up Christmas tree, stories, jokes and things to do for Christmas. Lots of pictures in full color and in black and white. The last page contains answers to the puzzles and riddles. Clean, intact copies are expensive, but books with a missing Christmas tree and writing on the pages can be quite cheap.

Thank you all so much--I would never have found it without your help. I love this book but it was given away by mistake Over the years friends and family have sent me numerous books, hoping it would be the one I was missing. The stories I recall are "Granny Glittens and her Amazing Mittens," "The Penney Walk," "A Shoe for Blitzen," "Christmas Through a Knothole," and a story about a young "jester-type of guy who was able to accompany Santa in his sleigh on Christmas Eve - I only remember that he had on leggings and one side was red and the other green or some variety of mixed colors.

I was only about 6 when the book was given to me but I can remember the cover had Santa with a huge bag on his back and the toys were falling out of it. If I recall correctly, the picture carried over onto the back cover. I also think of it as more of an 8" x 10" or more of a larger but not thick book. Oh, and the background of the cover seemed to be a pretty light blue. The stories were charming and I remember that the cover had like a "film" that covered it -- I had handled the book so much that a piece of the opaque cover was tearing away.

The pages were very smooth, I can still feel my hands sweeping over the pages. I lived in Ohio at the time and the person who gave it to me lived there as well, so it wasn't like some item that was only available on the coast. Anyway, I miss it terribly and have long lamented that it got away from me. This is in the Solved Stumpers section. Front cover is light blue, showing Santa putting toys into an overflowing sack. Toys and elves are on the snow around the sack, and continue onto the back cover.

Forty-Three stories and poems, include Mr. Your mention of Granny Glittens rang a bell! Hope this is your answer. The later editions of this book have a cover depicting Santa with an overflowing gift sack as he rides on a sled with some children. The original edition has a cover with Santa and two angels on his lap. This book is about 8 x 10 size and has the story "Granny Glittens and Her Amazing Mittens" but I don't see in my copy of the book the other stories the seeker mentions.

Santa Mouse I'm sorry i don't have much info. That is how it ends. Please Help me find it so my grand children can read it. I Loved it!!! M 27 and N 9 sound like the same book. Thank you, Thank you, Thank youI would like to know if you have this book to sell me or a way for me to find it.

This book was read to me by my Father when I was a child in the 50's 55?? I'm wondering if you can help me find it so I can read it to my grandchildren It had lovely colorful pictures in it. Thanking You in Advavce M 27 and N 9 sound like the same book. N Thanks for reminding me of this. It was a poem my grandmother used to recite. Unfortunately, my mother doesn't know the title or the author, but the fact that Grandma recited it to her children, then her grandchildren, puts it back to the s--probably earlier.

Some of Grandma's stories predated Grandma. I'm having the devil's own time finding a story she used to recite--we've figured it originated in a magazine printed before she was born; more on that later. Keyword searches on this not one thing more, stocking, mouse, Santa Claus, etc. Maybe someone can do better with them than I.

If this was printed, either by itself or as part of a larger book, I would very much like to know where, and how to get a copy! If this was made into a children's book, perhaps having the original author will help. The book which is identified as from the "Santa Mouse" series is actually the same poem I sent to solve stumper N9. They should both be listed under that title. Well, it sure helps to have the correct spelling of the author's name! I still didn't find anything to indicate that Santa Claus and the Mouse was a picture book by itself and want to know if it was but there were all sorts of collections of poems, including holiday poems, and of course it could have appeared in someone else's collection of poems.

I also did a search on Google with "Emilie Poulsson" and "Santa Claus" and still couldn't find anything like Santa Claus and the Mouse as a picture book, but did find a story called How Mrs. Does anyone know if this story featured a sugar plum sleigh? It might be the one I'm looking for. I think "How Mrs. It was first published in a womens' magazine, Don't remember any particular mention in it of a sugar plum sleigh.

Recently I was going through a box of books and found a very old one by this author which must have belonged to my grandmother. Sure enough, the poem was in it! I'd never have known to look for it there had I not been informed of the author's name. Santa's Busy Day I am looking for a book that I had in the mid's. It was made of heavy cardstock and was spiral bound.

The premise was Santa had lost one of his reindeer. The book came with a cardstock reindeer that could be moved from page to page. The last page of the book was a picture of the inside of Santa's barn and the door to the missing reindeer's stall opened up and the reindeer could be placed inside the stall. Please help if you are able to. Thank you in advance. Santa's Busy Day, I have this book!!

I got it for Christmas from my grandparents when I was 4. Many many decades ago! There is no author listed, but the title page says "Copyright by Polygraphic Company of American, Inc. Lithographed in U. The missing reindeer is Blitzen, and he is found in Santa's kitchen. Thanks so much for reminding me of one of my oldest treasures, and prompting me to go find it. I found my own copy on-line to purchase and it just arrived.

What a flood of happy memories it brought back. Another mystery solved!!! Santa's Footprints A book of Christmas stories. The first story was about two girls who accidentally received the wrong dolls. The rich girl got a rag doll, and she was happy to have a toy to play with. The poor girl got a fancy doll, and she was happy to have something so beautiful. Barbara Chapman, The Wonderful Mistake, When I read this "memory", I thought I'd read it before.

There is a princess who is thrilled to get a regular boy doll who is "not to go in a glass case he is just to play with! The orphans decide to make a nativity scene and the fancy doll becomes the beautiful Virgin Mary. It ends with having the mistake be one that "made this Christmas the best for everyone. I am the original poster, and Santa's Footprints is the correct book. You can put this one down as solved!

The diary is all in code. A girl who is crippled, or handicapped in some way, does all the decoding, and each chapter reads some new translation. It's a mystery story, and I just loved it. I have looked for it everywhere under that title. The signet was hidden in the trunk, and the girl's mother threw the diary away because she thought the girl was getting "too excited" and it might endanger her health. Augusta Huiell Seaman, Sapphire Signet, You may want to check out this book. The author was an extremely popular writer of children's mysteries nearly years ago.

I have never read this particular one, because it's very rare, but the plot you described sounds about like something she would have written. One of the young girls in the story, Corinne Cameron This might be the book you're looking for. I'm not sure of the exact plot, but this sounds like something she might have written. I believe this may be it. The diary is found in a secret compartment and is deciphered by an invalid girl. The diary is destroyed by a housekeeper who is in the place of a mother--thankfully after the whole diary has been deciphered.

The signet is eventually found and delivered to the proper owner by the invalid girl who has regained her health. Sara and Hoppity I have only a dim memory of this book. A child had a favorite toy, perhaps a wooden doll or marionette. One of the legs got broken. An adult in the household repaired the leg, but it was shorter than the other. The adult may have been a nanny, nurse, governess or aunt; I think it was someone who took care of the child. At some point in the story, the adult gave the child a hand-painted dinner plate.

The plate already had food on it, including a vegetable perhaps creamed spinach that the child disliked. The painting on the plate was of the child's favorite toy, but the leg was covered with the hated vegetable. The child asked if the leg had been painted shorter than the other. Roberta Leigh, Sara and Hoppity, The book is Sara and Hoppity, about a "goblin toy" that is brought to Sara's parents' toy shop.

Her parents and helper, Miss Julie that's probably who the requestor remembers" repairs for her. It's the mother who paints the plate with Hoppity's picture on it, so Sara will eat her spinach with egg. What happens is that Sara hates the taste so much that when Hoppity "tells" her to slide the food into the pocket of her apron and tell her parents she ate it Hoppity is a very naughty toy!

Sara is found out and punished by being sent to her room, and you never find out whether the leg on the plate is shorter than the other. In the end she sees Hoppity, at whom she has been very angry, standing in the corner, so she knows he feels remorseful and realizes how much she loves him. This story and its sequel, Sara and Hoppity Make New Friends, were my favorite childhood books, and I've never known anyone else who recalled them.

Apparantly there were 6 books and it may interest your requestor to know that there was also a television series that aired in the 60s. My mother and sister remember it fondly. There's more information about both books and tv show at this site.

Though not my "Stumper" this has helped me with a childhood memory. I grew up in southern England in the '60s, and have a distinct memory of Sarah and Hoppity being a puppet show on local TV. I actually recall being a bit upset that Sarah was always getting into trouble for things Hoppity had instigated. But it has been such a serious time in movies, we had great marketing, mindless humor, and we broadened the audience. The general consensus states, "Dumb and Dumber To does have its moments, but not enough of them—and the Farrelly brothers' brand of humor is nowhere near as refreshingly transgressive as it once seemed.

This embarrassing revival plays as if the script were written in Comic Sans. Dowd of The A. That's the sort of question that comes to mind while not laughing at Dumb and Dumber To.

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Bridging finance rates westpac forex It is certainly a wonderful Christmas book. We read it as children in the late 50's or early 60's. New York: Macmillan Publishing Co. Elizabeth Enright, The Saturdays, 60s, approximate. Definitely this first in the 4-book Melendy family series which are still in print.
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