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1914  First published poem, printed in St. Nicholas magazine.

1925  First short story published in The Dial

POEMS, 12 lyrics published by University of Chicago Press.  Received the John Billings Fiske prize.  Nineteen years old.

1929 The Pedro Gorino.  The adventures of a Negro sea-captain in Africa and on the seven seas in his attempts to find an Ethiopian empire.  An autobiographical narrative.  Published by Houghton Mifflin Co. in United States, by Harrap in London as Umbala, and in Berlin

1933 Tiger.  Chicago: The Reilly & Lee Co.

Midsummer Madness.  Grosset

1934 Plowing On Sunday.  New York:  The Macmillan Company.  Jacket illustration by Grant Wood

1935 So Red The Nose, Or Breath In The Afternoon:  Literary Cocktails.  Co-edited with Carl Kroch.  Farrar & Rinehart.Five Little Bears  Chicago:  Rand Mcnally & Co.  Reissued in 1955

1936 Night Outlasts The Whippoorwill  New York: The Macmillian Company.  Jacket design by Francis McCray.  Published in London by Cobden-Sanderson, 1937

University Of Chicago Plays, Skits & Lyrics.  Includes Two Gents From K.C.I Want A Regular Man and Helen Of Troy.  Edited by Frank h. O'Hara.  Chicago:  University of Chicago Press.  Introduction to plays by Whitford Kane, introduction to skits by Beatrice Lillie.

1937 The Zipper ABC Book.  Rand McNally

1939 Seven Against The Years.  New York:  The Macmillian Company

1940 Greased Lighting.  Chicago:  The John C. Winston Company, Illustrated by Kurt Wiese.

1943 Midnight And Jeremiah.  Philadelphia, PA:  The John C. Winston Company.  Illustrated by Kurt Wiese.

1945  Speak Of The Devil.  Co-edited with C.B. Boutell.  Garden City, New York:  Doubleday, Doran & Company, Inc. Jacket painting by Salvador Dali.

1947 So Dear To My Heart.  Garden City, New York:  Doubleday & Company, Inc.  Jacket painting by Ilonka Karasz. 
*********Walt Disney film released in 1949**********

1952The Birthday Of Little Jesus.  New York:  Grosset & Dunlap.  Illustrated by Valenti Angelo. and lyrics for

Reunion On The Wabash.  Garden City, New York:  Doubleday & Company, Inc.  Jacket design by Fred Banbery.

1956 Abe Lincoln:  Log Cabin To White House. New York:  Random House.  Also published by Random House of Canada Limited.

Son Of The Lamp Maker:  The Story Of A Boy Who Knew Jesus. Chicago:  Rand McNally & Company.  Illustrated by Manning de V. Lee.

1957 George Washington:  Frontier Colonel.  New York:  Random House.  Also published by Random House of Canada Limited.

1958  Young Thomas Edison.  Boston:  Houghton Mifflin Company.  Illustrated by William Barss.

1959  Thoreau Of Walden Pond.  Boston:  Houghton Mifflin Company.  Illustrated by Harve Stein.

1960 Captured By The Mohawks And Other Adventures Of Radisson.

1961 Mark Twain And The River.  Boston:  Houghton Mifflin Company.  Illustrated by Victor Mays.

1962  The First Steamboat On The Mississippi.  Boston:  Houghton Mifflin Company. Illustrated by Victor Mays

1963 Rascal, A Memoir Of A Better Era. New York:  E.P. Dutton & Company, Inc.  Illustrated by John Schoenherr.  Also published in Canada by Clarke, Irwin & Company Limited.

1965  Little Rascal. New York:  E.P. Dutton And Company.  Also published in Canada by Clarke, Irwin & Company Limited.

1966 Raccoons Are The Brightest People.  New York:  E.P. Dutton & Company, Inc.  Illustrated by various photographers.  Also published in Canada by Clarke, Irwin & Company Limited, in London by Hodder. Boston:  Houghton Mifflin Company.  Illustrated by Victor Mays.

Hurry Spring.  New York:  E.P. Dutton & Company, Inc.  Drawings by Carl Burger.  Also published in Canada by Clarke, Irwin & Company Limited.

************1969 Rascal filmed by Walt Disney***************

The Wolfling:  A Documentary Novel Of The Eighteen-Seventies.  New York:  E.P. Dutton & Company.  Also published in Canada by Clarke, Irwin & Company Limited.  Illustrated by John Schoenherr. 



 NORTH STAR BOOKS
Edited By Sterling North
Published By Houghton Mifflin

1958    Gold In California, by Wellman
Great Days Of Whaling, by Hough
Sailing The Seven Seas, by Chase 
Young Tom Edison, Sterling North 
Riders Of The Pony Express, Ralph Moody
The Trail To Santa Fe, by Lavender
1959Around The World With Nellie Bly, by Emily Hahn
Jenny Lind Sang Here, by Kielty 
Thoreau Of Walden Pond, Sterling North  
Indian Wars And Warriors (East), Paul I. Wellman 
Indian Wars And Warriors (West), Paul I. Wellman  
Donald McKay And The Clipper Ships, Mary Ellen Chase Ticonderoga, The Story Of A Fort, Bruce Lancaster  
Lafayette In America, Andre MauroisWashington And The Revolution, by Montross
1960Melville In The South Pacific, by HoughDown The Colorado With Major Powell, by Ullman  
The Birth Of Texas, William Weber Johnson  
Captured By The Mohawk, Sterling North  
The First Northwest Passage, Walter O'Meara 
Robert E. Lee, Jonahan Daniels
Washington Irving, by Anya Seton  
The Battle Of Lake Erie, F. Van Wyck Mason
1961Mark Twain And The River, Sterling North  
The Fishing Fleets Of New England, by Chase
Race To The Golden Spike, by Wellman
Wells Fargo, by Moody
Muir Of The Mountains, by William O. Douglas
1962The Adventures of Lewis & Clarke, by John Bakeless
The Battle For New Orleans, by F. VanWyck Mason
The Mayo Brothers, by Clapesattle
The United States Marines, by Montross and Mililer  
The First Steamboat On The Mississippi, Sterling North  
American Horses, Ralph Moody
Jessie Benton Fremont, by Higgins
1964Thomas Jefferson, John Dos Passos  
The Greatest Cattle Drive, by Wellman  
The Battle For Quebec, F. Van Wyck Mason  
Louisa May Alcott, Helen Waite Papashvily  
Out National Heritage, Mario Pei