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      Du Bois, William Pène,
      1987, c1971.
      It takes the koala bears seven years to learn to use the circus equipment they find and to put together an act.
      Du Bois, William Pène,
      1985.
      1st ed.
      As an English boy matures, his teddy bear remains a trusted friend, helping him through many situations over the course of sixty years.
      Pène du Bois, William,
      1985.
      1st ed.
      As an English boy matures, his teddy bear remains a trusted friend, helping him through many situations over the course of sixty years.
      Pène du Bois, William,
      1979, c1951.
      A young reporter recounts his brief friendship with an extraordinary man who built the Squirrel Hotel and conducted the Bee Orchestra.
      Pène du Bois, William,
      c1978.
      1st ed.
      Lady Adelaide, a boxing kangaroo, helps to defeat the German army, thus becoming a heroine of the "Great War."
      Du Bois, William Pène,
      [1971]
      [1st ed.]
      It takes the koala bears seven years to learn to use the circus equipment they find and to put together an act.
      Pène du Bois, William,
      [1970]
      The Baron is sure if he can study closely a dog two and a half stories tall, he can improve the quality of his enormous potatoes and roses.
      Pène du Bois, William,
      [1969]
      A 274 pound thirteen-year-old boy whose sole passion is food is miserable when sent to boarding school until he accidentally gets on the hockey t
      Du Bois, William Pène,
      [1966]
      Du Bois, William Pène,
      [1965]
      When a circus and three visitors come to town, the detective, known to most people as a young boy who is an incessant day dreamer, meets his firs
      Pène du Bois, William,
      [1965]
      When a circus and three visitors come to town, the detective, known to most people as a young boy who is an incessant day dreamer, meets his firs
      Pène du Bois, William,
      [1960]
      [New ed.]
      The ingenuity of ten-year-old Bottsford enables the three policemen of an isolated idyllic isle to catch the thieves who have been stealing the i