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A children's book series is a set of fiction books, with a connected story line, written for children. ... The Clues Brothers: Franklin W. Dixon: 1997–2000
The Clue series is a book series of 18 children's books published throughout the 1990s based on the board game Clue. The books are compilations of mini-mysteries that the reader must solve involving various crimes committed at the home of Reginald Boddy by six of his closest "friends". Contents 1 Format 2 Books 3 Characters 4 2003 series
Three tales from the Arabian nights. translated by Malcolm C. Lyons, Robert Irwin, and Ursula Lyons ; with an introduction by Robert Irwin. London: Penguin. ISBN 978-1-84614-158-4. ^ Epstein, Connie C. (1991). The Art of Writing for Children. Archon Books. p. 2. ISBN 0-208-02297-X. ^ Comenius, John Amos (1999).
Alexander and the Terrible, Horrible, No Good, Very Bad Day (2014) Alice (1865–1871) (series), Lewis Carroll. Alice's Adventures in Wonderland (1865) * Through the Looking-Glass, and What Alice Found There (1871) Alice in Wonderland (1903) Alice in Wonderland (1910) Alice in Wonderland (1915) Alice Through a Looking Glass (1928)
Tony Abbott (born 1952) – The Secrets of Droon, Danger Guys Deborah Abela (born 1966) – Max Remy Superspy, Grimsdon Joan Abelove (born 1945) – Go and Come Back Chris van Abkoude (1880–1960) – Pietje Bell series, Little Crumb Socorro Acioli (born 1975) – The Ghost Dancer Richard Adams (1920–2016) – Watership Down
1998. Website. www .crosswordbookawards .com. The Crossword Book Award (formerly known as the Crossword Book Award (1998–2003), the Hutch Crossword Book Award (2004–07), the Vodafone Crossword Book Award (2008–10), the Economist Crossword Book Award (2011–13), Raymond & Crossword Book Award (2014–present))  is an Indian book award ...
This is a list of children's animated television series (including internet television series); that is, animated programs originally targeted towards audiences aged 12 and under in mind. This list does not include Japanese, Chinese, or Korean series, as children's animation is much more common in these regions.