Who’s in Rabbit’s House?
New York: The Dial Press, 1969.
Masai folktale presented as a play for the villagers about Rabbit who can’t get into her house because The Long One threatens to trample her and her other animal friends.
Back, Christine and Barrie Watts.
. Morristown: New Jersey: Silver Burdett Company, 1984.
Close-up pictures with simple text and diagrams of spider spinning a web.
Everybody Needs a Rock
. New York: Macmillan Publishing Company, 1974.
Beautiful story of an Indian girl’s special rules for finding the perfect rock.
Anansi The Spider
. New York: Holt, Rinehart and Winston, 1972.
Simple text, bold graphic illustrations enhance African (Ashanti) folktale about Anansi and the troubles he encounters only to be rescued by his six sons.
The Mountain That Loved a Bird.
Saxonville, MA: Picture Book Studio, 1985.
An unlikely touching, sensitive friendship that develops between a mountain and Joy, a bird, that lasts forever.
The Cave of Time
. New York: Bantam Books, 1979.
An example of the “Choose Your Own Adventure” books for advanced readers.
Animal Fact/Animal Fable
. New York: Crown Publishers, Inc., 1979.
Common beliefs about animals are presented with scientific fact and illustrations about animals’ natural behavior.