- Tuck Everlasting. Babbitt, Natalie.
- What can the Tuck family do when their secret about a spring that confers immortality is found out by a ten year-old girl and a sinister stranger?
- Indian in the Cupboard. Banks, Lynne Reid.
- A nine year-old boy is befriended by a toy Indian brought to life in a magic cupboard.
- Philip Hall Likes Me, I Reckon Maybe. Greene, Bette.
- Beth finds that letting Philip Hall get first place in their class turns out not to be the best way to gain his affection.
- The Lion, the Witch, and the Wardrobe. Lewis, C.S.
- Four English children, evacuated to the country during World War II, discover the way through an old wardrobe to the magical land of Narnia. A classic tale.
- Hitty: Her First Hundred Years. Field, Rachel.
- A wooden doll describes her adventures in America during the 1800s. A 1930 Newbery Award winner reissued.
- James and the Giant Peach. Dahl, Roald.
- A boy James escapes his cruel aunts by means of a peach grown to giant size through a magic potion.
- The Boggart. Cooper, Susan.
- From an old desk is unleashed the Boggart, a mischievious spirit who has lived in a Scottish castle for centuries.
- Sarah Plain and Tall. MacLachlan Patricia.
- Answering an ad for a mail-order bride, Sarah finds herself acting as stepmother for two children, Caleb and Anna, at their remote prairie home.
- Ramona the Brave. Cleary, Beverly.
- Young Ramona Quimby discovers the joys and challenges of being in first grade and in having a room of her own.
- Where the Sidewalk Ends. Silverstein, Shel.
- A collection of hysterical and memorable poems exploring a variety of subjects.