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Elfrida Vipont • 6 Books
Weaver of Dreams: The Girlhood of Charlotte Bronte (1966)
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    Books for Young People (14 Reviews)
    Secret Worlds
    1. The Journal of Beatrix Potter, 1881-1897 by Leslie Linder and Beatrix Potter
    2. Weaver of Dreams: The Girlhood of Charlotte Bronte by Elfrida Vipont
    3. A Big City by Francine B. Grossbart
    4. The Bears' Picnic by Stan Berenstain and Jan Berenstain
    5. Mouse at Home by Mary DeBall Kwitz
    6. Mr. Garden by Eleanor Farjeon
    7. Nobody's Garden by Cordelia Jones
    8. Pippa Passes by Scott Corbett
    9. The Cloud Forest by Joan North
    10. The Blue Rose by Eulalie Steinmetz Ross
    11. Priska by Merja Otava
    12. The Song of Hiawatha by Henry Wadsworth Longfellow
    13. The Adventures of the Negro Cowboys by Philip Durham and Everett L. Jones
    14. Coins Have Tales to Tell by Frances Williams Browin
    The Saturday Review, August 20, 1966, pp. 36-37
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    Books for Young People (15 Reviews)
    A Child's World of Difference
    1. A Tale of Middle Length by Mary Francis Shura
    2. Fall Is Here! by Dorothy Sterling
    3. Taste of Spruce Gum by Jacqueline Jackson
    4. Spring Comes to the Ocean by Jean Craighead George
    5. The Space Plague by Alice M. Lightner
    6. Bobby Hull by Jim Hunt
    7. Girl in the Mirror by Zoa Sherburne
    8. Weaver of Dreams: The Girlhood of Charlotte Bronte by Elfrida Vipont
    9. If It Weren't for You by Charlotte Zolotow
    10. A Child's Garden of Verses by Robert Louis Stevenson
    11. Did You Carry the Flag Today, Charley? by Rebecca Caudill
    12. A Ride on High by Candida Palmer
    13. Maurice's Room by Paula Fox
    14. A Snail's a Failure, Socially by Kaye Starbird
    15. The Cabinet by Gerald W. Johnson
    The Saturday Review, October 22, 1966, pp. 60-64