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TRACKS IN THE SNOW
YEE, WONG HERBERT (PBR 16005)
A little girl investigates tracks in the snow, trying to determine what could have made them. (JF, K-3)

KHAN'S DAUGHTER
YEP, LAURENCE (PBR 12002)
In this retelling of a Mongolian folktale a simple shepherd must pass three tests in order to marry the Khan's beautiful daughter. (JF, 2-4)

DEAR SANTA, PLEASE COME TO THE 19TH FLOOR
YIN (PBR 15015)
Willy and Carlos, who is in a wheelchair, receive a visit from Santa on Christmas Eve, even though they live on the nineteenth floor of their building. (JF, K-3)

CHILD OF FAERIE, CHILD OF EARTH
YOLEN, JANE (PBR 12022)
One Halloween night a fairy child befriends a human child and together they explore each other's worlds but neither wants to give up his or her own home. (JF, K-3)

ELSIE'S BIRD
YOLEN, JANE (BR20007)
ELSIE, A BOSTON GIRL, LOVES HER NOISY HARBOR CITY. SO WHEN ELSIE AND HER FATHER MOVE TO A SMALL SOD-ROOFED HOUSE ON THE BIG NEBRASKA PRAIRIE, ELSIE FEELS LONELY AND AFRAID. BUT THEN HER PET CANARY ESCAPES AND ELSIE'S FATHER BRINGS HER A SURPRISE. (JF, K-3)

MERLIN & THE DRAGONS
YOLEN, JANE (PBR 10050)
Young Arthur doesn't understand why pulling a sword from a stone qualifies him for kingship. When old Merlin tells him a story about when he was young, and first learned to trust in himself, Arthur gains the confidence he will need to become a great king. (JF, 5-7)

I, DOKO:THE TALE OF A BASKET
YOUNG, ED (PBR 16030)
A Nepalese basket tells the story of its use through three generations of a family. (JF, K-3)

LOST HORSE
YOUNG, ED (PBR 12019)
A retelling of the tale about a Chinese man who owned a marvelous horse and who believed that things were not always as bad, or as good, as they might seem. (JNF, 2-4)

SEVEN BLIND MICE
YOUNG, ED (PBR 08960)
Retells the Indian fable of the blind men discovering different parts of an elephant and arguing about its appearance. The illustrations depict the blind arguers as mice. (JF)

 
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