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Author: Margery Fisher
Publisher: London : Hodder & Stoughton, ©1965.
Edition/Format:   Print book : Fiction : Juvenile audience : EnglishView all editions and formats
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Genre/Form: Children's stories
Fiction
Juvenile works
Short stories
Material Type: Fiction, Juvenile audience
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Margery Fisher
ISBN: 0340037091 9780340037096
OCLC Number: 156790231
Description: 384 pages : illustrations ; 23 cm
Contents: The cottage door. The three little cats and the three bad toms / Diana Ross --
The Christmas cuckoo / Frances Browne --
Puss and pup / Josef Čapek --
The door of the great house. The great crumbling house / Bruce Carter --
A picnic at the mansion / Elizabeth Coatsworth --
Tom Tit Tot / Amabel Williams-Ellis --
The slaying of the Wooers / Andrew Lang --
The door of the shop. Mrs Cumfitt's sugar mice / Ursula Hourihane --
The saddler's horse / Margery Williams Bianco --
Tumbledown shop / Mary Cockett --
Mrs Pepperpot buys macaroni / Alf Prøysen --
The garden gate. A mysterious dog / Louisa Alcott --
Teddy Robinson's night out / Joan G. Robinson --
Miss Lark's Andrew / P.L. Travers --
The door of the train. A trip by train / Helen Clare --
Riding in the cars / Laura Ingalls Wilder --
The kitchen door. Dick and the beanstalk / Walter de la Mare --
Bunchy and the pastry-dough / Joyce Lankester Brisley --
Betsy goes to school / Dorothy Canfield --
The scarecrow of Scatterbrook / Barbara Euphan Todd --
Trapdoor to the roof. Galldora and the little cat / Modwena Sedgwick --
Kersti Wins / Hilda van Stockum --
The door of the school. The china spanial / Richard Hughes --
Counting the class / William Mayne --
Ginger on the fire escape / Eleanor Estes --
The bedroom door. My first frock and trousers / Mrs Fairstar --
The little sweep / Charles Kingsley --
The gate of the sports' field. Football boots / H.E. Todd --
Marmaduke goes to a cricket match / Elizabeth Chapman --
Jennings arrives late / Anthony Buckeridge --
Miniature doors. Maria makes friends / T.H. White --
Conversation with a salmon / Margaret J. Miller --
The stable door. Brownie's ride / Mrs Craik --
The round-up / Kate Seredy --
Rosina Copper / Kitty Barne --
Field gates. Slipper-slopper / Alison Uttley --
The fire engine runs away / Leila Berg --
Little boy pie / Eleanor Farjeon --
Mary plants the hose-in-hose / Mrs Ewing.
Responsibility: [stories collected and arranged by] Margery Fisher.

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