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      Blos, Joan W.
      2007.
      1st ed.
      A series of letters and newspaper articles reveals life in California in the 1850s, especially for thirteen-year-old Eldora, who was raised in Ma
      Blos, Joan W.
      c1999.
      1st ed.
      A little boy and his grandfather search the house for his favorite shoes and celebrate together when he puts them on by himself for the first tim
      Blos, Joan W.
      1998.
      1st ed.
      After his grandmother has tucked his stuffed animals into bed one by one, a young boy is ready to go to sleep himself.
      Blos, Joan W.
      1998, c1990.
      1st Aladdin Paperbacks ed.
      Disappointed when her bracelet of little hearts breaks, Barbara proves both her ingenuity and her capacity for giving by turning this treasure in
      Blos, Joan W.
      1995.
      A young boy enjoys the lunch that his grandmother has carefully prepared.
      Blos, Joan W.
      c1994.
      The celebrated children's book writer describes the scenes of her childhood, in New York City and on Long Island, and how she lived as an adult.
      Blos, Joan W.
      p1992.
      The journal of a 14-year-old girl, kept the last year she lived on the family farm.
      [sound recording] :
      Blos, Joan W.
      1991.
      An anecdotal account of some of the adventurous activities of Molly Brown, with an emphasis on her survival of the sinking of the Titanic.
      Blos, Joan W.
      1991.
      An anecdotal account of some of the adventurous activities of Molly Brown, with an emphasis on her survival of the sinking of the Titanic.
      Blos, Joan W.
      1990.
      2nd Aladdin Books ed.
      The journal of a fourteen-year-old girl, kept the last year she lived on the family farm, records daily events in her small New Hampshire town, h
      Blos, Joan W.
      c1990.
      Disappointed when her bracelet of little hearts breaks, Barbara proves both her ingenuity and her capacity for giving by turning this treasure in
      Blos, Joan W.
      c1989.
      Lottie imagines that she and her cat, Famous, are the stars of a wonderful circus.