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And The Winners Are...
The Trumpeter of Krakow by "The 1929 Newbery Medal winner is completely redesigned, with magnificent illustrations. . . . A dramatic tale of 15th century Poland, it tells the story of a courageous young patriot and a mysterious jewel of great value. The beautifully written book, filled with adventure and excitement, gives young readers a vivid picture of Krakow in the early Renaissance".--The Horn Book. 20 illustrations.
Call Number: F K295t 1992
Publication Date: 1992-04-01
Gay Neck by Writing out of his own experience as a boy in India, Dhan Gopal Mukerji tells how Gay Neck's master sent his prized pigeon to serve in Word War I, and of how, because of his exceptional training and his brave heart, Gay Neck served his new masters heroically. Winner of the 1928 Newbery Medal.
Call Number: F M896g 1954
Publication Date: 1968-07-15
Smoky the Cowhorse by In language that truly evokes the Wild West, Smoky the Cowhorse brings to life one horse's story, from his birth on the open range through his breaking to Smoky's other lives as an outlaw rodeo star and saddle horse. A Newbery Medal Book. 40 illustrations.
Call Number: F J237s 1993
Publication Date: 1993-04-01
The Dark Frigate by In seventeenth century England, a terrible accident forces orphaned Philip Marsham to flee London in fear for his life. Bred to the sea, he signs on with the "Rose of Devon," a dark frigate bound for the quiet shores of Newfoundland. Philip's bold spirit and knowledge of the sea soon win him his captain's regard. But when the "Rose of Devon" is seized in midocean by a devious group of men plucked from a floating wreck, Philip is forced to accompany these "gentlemen of fortune" on their murderous expeditions. Like it or not, Philip Marsham is now a pirate--with only the hangman awaiting his return to England. With its bloody battles, brutal buccaneers, and bold, spirited hero, this rousing tale will enthrall young listeners in search of seafaring adventure.
Call Number: F H313d 1996
Publication Date: 1996-10-01
The Voyages of Doctor Dolittle by Doctor Dolittle heads for the high seas in perhaps the most amazing adventure ever experienced by man or animal.
Call Number: F L827vo 1988
Publication Date: 1988-05-01
The Story of Mankind by A readable introduction to world history that won the first Newbery Award in 1922.
Call Number: 909 V328s 1984
Publication Date: 1985-01-01