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- Catwings (illus. J. Schindler) (1988)
- Orchard, 1988;
Four young cats with wings leave the city slums in search of
a safe place to live, finally meeting two children with kind hands.
- Catwings Return (illus. J. Schindler) (1989)
- Orchard 1989
- Cobbler's Rune (illus. A. Austin) (1983)
- Cheap Street 1983
- Fire and Stone (illus. Laura Marshall) (1989)
- Atheneum 1989;
When the dragon comes swooping down with its tongue of
flickering fire, only Min and Podo have the foresight to feed it what it
seems to want from them.
- Fish Soup (illus. Patrick Wynne) (1992)
- Atheneum 1992;
When the Thinking Man of Moha and the Writing Woman of Maho talk
about having a child, two children appear, shaped by the friends'
expectations of what a child should be.
- Jane On Her Own: A Catwings Tale (illus. by
J. Schindler) (1999)
- Orchard, 1999;
When Jane, a cat with wings, leaves the safety of her farm to
explore the world, she falls into the hands of a man who keeps her
prisoner and exploits her for money.
- Leese Webster (illus. James Brunsman) (1979)
- Atheneum 1979.
A palace spider's extraordinary webs, which imitate paintings and
carvings, take a new turn when she is thrown out into the garden.
- A Ride on the Red Mare's Back (illus. Julie Downing) (1992)
- Orchard Books 1992; paperback 1993; 1996 (ISBN 0531070794)
With the aid of her magic wooden horse, a brave girl travels to
the High House in the mountains to rescue her kidnapped brother from the
trolls. Draws on Scandinavian myth / folklore.
- Solomon Leviathan or Solomon Leviathan's Nine Hundred and
Thirty First Trip Around the World (illus. Alicia Austin) (1988)
- Philomel, 1988;
A giraffe and a boa constrictor go to sea in a small boat and are
swallowed by Solomon Leviathan, the ancient whale who swallowed Jonah and
- Tom Mouse (illus. Julie Downing) (2002)
- Roaring Brook Press: March 2002 (ISBN 0761315993); 40 pp.
- Tom Mouse and Ms. Howe.
- When Tom Mouse hops on a train and sets out to see the world,
he encounters a very special human who accepts him as a travel companion.
- A Visit from Dr. Katz (illus. A. Barrow) (1988)
- Atheneum 1988;
Although Marianne is sick and has to stay in bed, she is cheered
up by medicinal treatment from her two cats.
- Wonderful Alexander and the Catwings. (illus. J. Schindler)
- Orchard 1994;
After being rescued by a flying cat, Alexander the cat decides to
make good on a promise to do wonderful things.
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