Phyllis Leonard’s most popular book is Phantom of the Sacred Well. Showing 11 distinct works.
Phyllis Leonard’s most popular book is Phantom of the Sacred Well. Phantom of the Sacred Well by. Phyllis Leonard.
Leonard, Phyllis G. Publication date. Books for People with Print Disabilities. Internet Archive Books.
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Uneasiness thrilled through"" her and ""like a doe in flight,"" Joanna escapes after the crucifixion of her brother in the Mexican jungle. But worse things are peering through the frangipani: El Tigre-he's an animal; El Animal-he's a tribal jefe; Mesalina-she's a trollop; and assorted terrors and wonders in an old island fortress, including The Phantom.
Home Leonard, Phyllis Phantom of the Sacred Well. The unclipped dustjacket has edgewear at spine ends and creasing on the rear panel. ISBN 10: 0679505512, ISBN 13: 9780679505518. In protective mylar sleeve. Bookseller Inventory 1063516. Ask Seller a Question. Bibliographic Details. Title: Phantom of the Sacred Well. Publisher: David McKay Company/. Publication Date: 1975.
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Marianna Mayer adds to her list of picture book reference works about biblical themes with the beautifully designed .
Marianna Mayer adds to her list of picture book reference works about biblical themes with the beautifully designed Remembering the Prophets of Sacred Scripture. Yet the thinness of the narrative, the relative lack of drama in the color paintings, and the distance of the subjects from readers combine to make this work less impressive than the author's other religion/art books. Several pages have errors (from "eminent" for "imminent" to dangling modifiers).
Leonard Joseph Weisgard (December 13, 1916 – January 14, 2000) was an American writer and illustrator of more than 200 children's books. He is known best for his collaborations with writer Margaret Wise Brown. Weisgard was born in New Haven, Connecticut, and spent most of his childhood in England. He studied art at the Pratt Institute in New York City. His first book, Suki the Siamese Pussy, was published in 1937, and his first collaboration with Brown was two years later, The Noisy Book
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