Book List:12 titles
  • When little Langston sees a big harvest moon for the first time, he is mesmerized. To him the moon looks like a big, creamy, dreamy, sugar-cookie close enough to touch. He's not interested in learning facts about "his moon," but simply wants to run o...


  • An enchanting collection of stories about the most famous little sister in the world, with the beautiful and iconic illustrations by Shirely Hughes. This treasure trove of sibling naughtiness contains: My Naughty Little Sister My naughty little s...


  • The narrator’s naughty little sister’s best friend, Bad Harry, is nothing but trouble. The two naughty children team up to make secret friends with a mouse and feed him bacon and cheese. They pretend to eat their bread crusts but hide them instea...


  • The narrator’s naughty little sister is always doing silly things. She's curious about what's in the chimney, so she sticks a feather duster up there. When all the soot falls out, she tries to hide it! But when she has measles she's itchy and sad a...


  • For 50 years, stories about the funny, loveable, mischievous little girl have enchanted children all over the world. This color treasury includes a selection of best-loved stories and is perfectly complemented by Shirley Hughes’ warm and nostalgic ...


  • My naughty little sister is always getting into trouble! She gets mad at the photographer and refuses to have her photo taken! Later, she climbs onto the gate and nearly falls when she shows off to Bad Harry. Will my naughty little sister ever be goo...


  • My naughty little sister is very bad, but sometimes she can be good. She helps Grannie to make a Christmas pudding, and she even teaches Bad Harry to be good so that he's allowed to wear his new red coat! Has my naughty little sister changed?...


  • Twelve stories depict the adventures of the narrator's naughty little sister, who is rude to Father Christmas, behaves greedily at Bad Harry's birthday party, and uses her mother's scissors to cut things she shouldn't...







  • The ten stories of 'Rhapsody', together with the three previously uncollected pieces added to this edition, are utterly distinctive in voice and sensibility. At least three of the Rhapsody stories A Country House', Days', and the brilliant, allusive...


  • Arnold Nettle, a shy young telegraph clerk, arrives in an English village as summer fades, hoping that a season in the country will aid his frail disposition. Repulsed by the behavior of his working-class landlady and her brood, especially the bold a...


  • The boys were lost in a close grey wilderness. To their left and right the dark bulk of the wall stretched a few yards before plunging from sight in the thick rolling blanket. Slowly they rose from their crouch under the wall and turned to look over ...