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Carlton Keith

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33+ verk 2,617 medlemmar 20 recensioner

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Inkluderar även: Keith Robertson (1)

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(eng) Keith Robertson also wrote mysteries under the pseudonym Carlton Keith.

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Verk av Carlton Keith

Henry Reed, Inc. (1958) 1,060 exemplar
Henry Reed's Journey (1963) 359 exemplar
Henry Reed's Think Tank (1986) 208 exemplar
Henry Reed's Big Show (1839) 208 exemplar
In Search of a Sandhill Crane (1973) 30 exemplar
The Year of the Jeep (1800) 24 exemplar
Three Stuffed Owls (1954) 22 exemplar
If Wishes Were Horses (1958) 19 exemplar
The Money Machine (1969) 19 exemplar
Outlaws of the Sourland (1953) 15 exemplar
The Crow and the Castle (1957) 15 exemplar
The Diamond-Studded Typewriter (1958) 14 exemplar
The Lonesome Sorrel (1952) 12 exemplar
The Wreck of the Saginaw (1954) 10 exemplar
The Dog Next Door (1950) 10 exemplar
The Pilgrim Goose (1956) 9 exemplar
Tales of Myrtle the Turtle (1974) 8 exemplar
The crayfish dinner (1966) 7 exemplar
Mystery of Burnt Hill (1952) 7 exemplar
The Hiding Place (1965) 5 exemplar
Missing, Presumed Dead (1961) 4 exemplar
Ice to India (1955) 4 exemplar
The Pinto Deer (1956) 3 exemplar
Mascot of the Melroy (1956) 2 exemplar
Lost Dog Jerry (1952) 2 exemplar
A Taste of Sangria (1968) 2 exemplar
The Phantom Rider (1955) 2 exemplar
Rich uncle 1 exemplar

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Robertson, Keith Carlton
Födelsedag
1914
Kön
male
Särskiljningsnotis
Keith Robertson also wrote mysteries under the pseudonym Carlton Keith.

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A fun blast from the past. Henry Reed, his beagle, Agony, his BFF Midge Glass, a black poodle (?) named Consommé, and all kinds of adventures. I remember reading this book out loud (aloud?) in 5th grade. Love the dated illustrations
 
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Jinjer | 1 annan recension | Aug 12, 2022 |
Thirteen year old Hal has wanted a dog all of his life. His neighbors, Mr. and Mrs. Perkins, have never wanted a dog in their lives. Ever. Unfortunately, Mrs. Aylesworth, boxer breeder and sister to Mrs. Perkins, unceremoniously sends the Perkins a beautiful dog named Beau as a gift. So begins a dilemma with a seemingly easy fix: the Perkins should give Hal the dog. Right? Only, Hal's parents think a dog would be too much responsibility for Hal and the Perkins, knowing Beau is a pure bred, think he could be sold for a lot of money (once they get over the guilt of selling a gift). Stalemate. As a consolation prize, Hal's parents tell him he can build a treehouse in the back yard complete with a telescope. With the help of elderly boat builder and friend, Mr. Seward, Hal not only builds a shipshape treehouse, he develops a keen sense of responsibility. He watches helplessly as Beau, the new canine about town, is blamed for dog fights and attacks on community members. Beau is getting the reputation of being a vicious dog. Hal needs to set the record straight, but how?… (mer)
 
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SeriousGrace | Apr 26, 2021 |
 
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lcslibrarian | 5 andra recensioner | Aug 13, 2020 |
Some of these older who-done-it books are pretty good reading. Carlton Keith's characters are quirky and the plot moves right along without getting bogged down in minutia. This copy was in a public library in Dumas, Texas from 1958 to being discarded in the late 1990's. That's a pretty good run.
 
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therestlessmouse | Aug 23, 2019 |

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Statistik

Verk
33
Även av
3
Medlemmar
2,617
Popularitet
#9,807
Betyg
4.2
Recensioner
20
ISBN
62
Språk
1

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