Books on the Shelf turned 2 today!
Frank Frazetta, 1967
Anyone from 10 to 14 who likes lively adventure stories, packed with mystery and action, will want to read every one of the Hardy Boys stories. Sons of a famous American detective, the Hardy Boys help solve many thrilling cases after school hours and during vacations, as they follow up the clues they unearth in their quest to bring criminals to justice.
1954 Gold Medal paperback original
8th with private eye Shell Scott
AMERICA’S MAD MESSIAHS
They can be found everywhere, from the sidewalks of teeming cities to the jungles of Guyana. They are the self-styled prophets, the charismatic leaders, the money-grubbing gurus who attract a fanatical following among the onnocent, the vulnerable and the ignorant.
Why our country has become the breeding-ground for some of the most bizarre cults in history!
Little Ballerina. Tip-Top Elf Book. Written and illustrated by Dorothy Grider. Rand McNally, 1958. First edition.
This story follows Carol, a young girl with weak legs. Through ballet lessons, she gets back to full health and stardom in a recital.