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    A Guide for Word Consumers (Review)
    Books and the Teen-Age Reader, by G. Robert Carlsen
    1. Books and the Teen-Age Reader by G. Robert Carlsen
    The Saturday Review, August 19, 1967, pp. 67-69
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    Spring Books for Young People (60 Reviews)
    My Spain: A Storyteller's Year of Collecting, by Ruth Sawyer
    1. My Spain: A Storyteller's Year of Collecting by Ruth Sawyer
    2. Teaching to Read, Historically Considered by Mitford M. Mathews
    3. Written for Children by John Rowe Townsend
    4. Books and the Teen-Age Reader by G. Robert Carlsen
    5. Every Day a Dragon by Joan M. Lexau
    6. Feather or Fur by Grete Mannheim
    7. We Read: A to Z by Donald Crews
    8. One Monday Morning by Uri Shulevitz
    9. Becky by Julia Wilson
    10. The Wedding Procession of the Rag Doll and the Broom Handle and Who Was in It by Carl Sandburg
    11. Too Much Nose: An Italian Tale by Harve Zemach
    12. The Tsar's Riddles by Guy Daniels
    13. Palmiero and the Ogre by Janina Domanska
    14. Small Pond by Marguerite Walters
    15. Best Friends by Myra Berry Brown
    16. My Mother and I by Aileen Fisher
    17. The Dragon by Archibald Marshall
    18. Le Poulet: A Rooster Who Laid Eggs by Robin Fox
    19. Benjy's Luck by Edith Brecht
    20. The Cat, the Horse, and the Miracle by Giggy Lezra
    21. How to Eat a Poem and Other Morsels by Rose H. Agree
    22. Troll Weather by Elizabeth Jane Coatsworth
    23. David, Young Chief of the Quileutes by Ruth Kirk
    24. Autun and the Bear by Anita MacRae Feagles
    25. Chalou by Natalie Savage Carlson
    26. This Is Texas by Miroslav Sasek
    27. The Bottom of the Sea by Augusta Goldin
    28. The Moonball by Ursula Moray Williams
    29. The Sea Egg by L.M. Boston
    30. A Likely Place by Paula Fox
    31. Tit for Tat, and Other Latvian Folk Tales by Mae Durham
    32. The Wind Chasers by Ester Wier
    33. The Magic Summer by Noel Streatfeild
    34. Billions of Years of You by Robert Froman
    35. Spider of Brooklyn Heights by Nancy Veglahn
    36. The Egypt Game by Zilpha Keatley Snyder
    37. Claymore and Kilt by Sorche Nic Leodhas
    38. Moon Eyes by Josephine Poole
    39. Katia by E.M. Almedingen
    40. Franklin D. Roosevelt: Portrait of a Great Man by Gerald W. Johnson
    41. D. H. Lawrence: Poems Selected for Young People by William Cole and D.H. Lawrence
    42. The Teddy Bear Habit: Or How I Became a Winner by James Lincoln Collier
    43. Earthfasts by William Mayne
    44. The Spanish Letters by Mollie Hunter
    45. Harlem Summer by Mary Elizabeth Vroman
    46. Stories from Across Canada by Bernard L. McEvoy
    47. The Animals Came In One by One by Buster Lloyd-Jones
    48. The Story of World Religions by Katherine Savage
    49. The Count Who Wished He Were a Peasant by Morris H. Philipson
    50. Seesaws to Cosmic Rays: A First View of Physics by Mitchell A. Wilson
    51. The Outsiders by S.E. Hinton
    52. The New Land by Phillip Viereck
    53. The Little Fishes by Erik Christian Haugaard
    54. Stonecliff by Robert Nathan
    55. The Holy Land in the Time of Jesus by Norman Kotker
    56. The Marsh King by C. Walter Hodges
    57. Among the Maya Ruins by Ann Sutton and Myron Sutton
    58. Season of the Briar by Hesba Brinsmead-Hungerford
    59. Ismo by John Verney
    60. The Wishing Tree by William Faulkner
    The Saturday Review, May 13, 1967, pp. 47-60