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Series: Childcraft: The How and Why Library

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About Animals by William H. Nault
About Dogs by William H. Nault
About Me by World Book
About Us by Childcraft
About You by World Book
Animal Friends and Adventures by Childcraft
The Animal World by Childcraft
Animals in Danger by Childcraft
Art and Music by Field Enterprises
Art Around Us by Childcraft
Art for Children by Field Enterprises
Book of Verse by Childcraft
Celebrate by Childcraft - The How and Why Library
Celebrations by Childcraft
The Child at Home by Patty Smith intro. Hill
The Child at Play by W.F Quarrie & Company
Childcraft Volume 01
Childcraft Volume 02 by World Book Inc.
Childcraft Volume 03 by Field Enterprises
Childcraft Volume 04
Childcraft Volume 05
Childcraft Volume 06
Childcraft Volume 07
Childcraft Volume 08
Childcraft Volume 09 by ANAM
Childcraft Volume 10 by Field Enterprises
Childcraft Volume 11 by ANAM
Childcraft Volume 12
Childcraft Volume 13
Childcraft Volume 14
Childcraft Volume 15 by World Book
Children Everywhere by Childcraft
Conquest of the Sky by Childcraft
Creative Play and Hobbies by Childcraft
Discovering Science by World Book
Experience Stories and Animal Friends by Childcraft
Exploring the Past by World Book Inc.
Exploring the Sea by Childcraft
Exploring the World Around Us by Childcraft
The Fact Factory by World Book
Folk and Fairy Tales by Field Enterprises
Fun with Childcraft by Childcraft
Great Men and Famous Deeds by Childcraft
Great Myths and Legends by Childcraft
The Green Kingdom by World Book Inc.
The Growing Child by J. Morris Jones
Guidance and Development by Childcraft
Guide to Childcraft by Childcraft
Heroes and Helpers
Holidays and Birthdays by Childcraft
Holidays and Customs by Childcraft International
Holidays and Famous People by The Quarrie Corporation
How Does It Happen by World Book
How Things Change by Childcraft
How Things Work by Childcraft
How We Get Things by Childcraft
The Indian Book by World Book Encyclopedia
Insects, Spiders, and Creepy Crawlers by World Book
Inventors and Inventions by World Book
Life Around Us by Field Enterprises Educational Corporation
Life in Many Lands by Field Enterprises
Look Again by Childcraft
Look and Learn by Childcraft
Magic of Words by Childcraft
Make and Do by Childcraft
Mathemagic by Childcraft
Music for the Family by Field Enterprises Educational Corp
Narrative Poems and Creative Verse by Childcraft
Native North Americans by Editors
Nature Excursions by Childcraft editors
Nature in Danger by World Book Inc.
Once Upon a Time by World Book Inc.
Our Amazing Bodies by World Book
Our Earth by Childcraft
Our Own Country and Foreign Lands by The Quarrie Corporation
Our World by Childcraft
People and Places by Childcraft
People to Know by World Book
Pets and Other Animals by World Book Encyclopedia
Pioneers and Patriots by Childcraft
Places to Know by Childcraft
Play Activities by Childcraft
Poems and Rhymes by Childcraft
Poems of Early Childhood by J. Morris Jones
Prehistoric Animals by World Book Encyclopedia
The Puzzle Book by William H. Nault
Science and Industry by Childcraft
Science at Work by Childcraft
Science, Science, Everywhere by World Book
Scientists and Inventors by Childcraft
Secrets of the Past by Childcraft
See the World by Childcraft
Selections from Childcraft by the editors of world book
Shapes and Numbers by World Book
Stories and Fables by Childcraft
Stories and Poems by Robert O. Zeleny
Stories of Fact and Fancy by W.F Quarrie & Company
Stories of Freedom by World Book Inc.
Stories of Life and Lands by Childcraft
Stories to Share by Maureen Mostyn (ed) Liebenson
The Story of Australia by Childcraft
The Story of Canada by George W. Brown
The Story of India
The Story of the Philippines by World Book Inc.
Story of the Sea by Inc. World Book-Childcraft International
Storytelling and Other Poems by Childcraft
Tales and Legends by Childcraft editors
Through the Year with Childcraft by J. Morris Jones
Time to Read by Childcraft
The Universe by Childcraft
Ways of Learning by Childcraft
Welcome to Childcraft by Childcraft
What People Do by Field Enterprises Educational Corporation
Who We Are by Childcraft
Whole Wide World by Felicia Bailey
World Adventure by Childcraft
World and Space by Childcraft
The World of Animals by World Book
World of Colour by World Books International
The World of Plants by World Book
You and Your Child by Childcraft
You and Your Family by Childcraft
Your Body by Childcraft
Your Child Goes to School by Field Enterprises
Your Child in Today's World by Field Enterprises
Your Young Child by Childcraft
Childcraft Supplement 1961 by ChildcraftSupplement 1961
Childcraft Annual 1981: The Bug Book by ChildcraftAnnual 1981
Childcraft Annual 1983: Feathered Friends by World BookAnnual 1983
Childcraft Annual 1986: Mysteries and Fantasies by ChildcraftAnnual 1986
Childcraft Supplement 1987: Dinosaurs by Inc. Staff World BookSupplement 1987
Childcraft Annual 1990: A Place to LiveAnnual 1990
Childcraft Annual 1991: I Was Wondering by ChildcraftAnnual 1991
Childcraft Annual 1993: Discovering ArtAnnual 1993
Childcraft Annual 1994: A Look Into Space by World Book EncyclopediaAnnual 1994
Childcraft Annual 1996: Exploring the Ocean by World BookAnnual 1996
Childcraft Annual 1998: Friends in the Wild by Maureen Mostyn (ed) LiebensonAnnual 1998
Childcraft Supplement 2005: All About Birds by Inc World Book World Book IncSupplement 2005
Childcraft Supplement 2008: Dogs from Woofs to Wags by World BookSupplement 2008
Childcraft Supplement 2009: Tales Through Time by World BookSupplement 2009
Childcraft Dictionary by ChildcraftDictionaries
Childcraft Picture Atlas by n/aAtlases
Childcraft: How and Why Library 1942 Set by S. EDGAR FARQUHAR & PATTY SMITH HILLSets
Childcraft: How and Why Library 1947 Set by editor J. Morris JonesSets
Childcraft: How and Why Library 1949 Set by J. Morris JonesSets
Childcraft: How and Why Library 1954-61 (15 vol.) by ChildcraftSets
Childcraft: How and Why Library 1964 Set by Managing Editor George S AmsbarySets
Childcraft: How and Why Library 1969-1971 (15 vol.) by William NaultSets
Childcraft: How and Why Library 1971 Set by ChildcraftSets
Childcraft: How and Why Library 1972-73 (15 vol.) by VariousSets
Childcraft: How and Why Library 1974-1979 (15 vol.) by ChildcraftSets
Childcraft: How and Why Library 1975 Set by ChildcraftSets
Childcraft: How and Why Library 1976 SetSets
Childcraft: How and Why Library 1980-81 (15 vol.) by ChildcraftSets
Childcraft: How and Why Library 1984-1986 (15 vol.) by Editors of ChildcraftSets
Childcraft: How and Why Library 1987-1990 (16 vol.) by Inc. Staff World BookSets
Childcraft: How and Why Library 1991-1992 (15 vol.) by World Book EncyclopediaSets
Childcraft: How and Why Library 1993-1997 (16 vol.) by World Book EncyclopediaSets
Childcraft: How and Why Library 1994 Spanish (16 vol.) by World Book EncyclopediaSets
Childcraft: How and Why Library 2000-2006 (15 vol.) by World Book EncyclopediaSets
Childcraft: How and Why Library Multiple Volumes by ChildcraftMultiples

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Recommendations

  1. How Things Work (Childcraft -- The How and Why Library, 7) by World Book (1974)
  2. How Things Work (Childcraft; The How and Why Library, Volume 8) by Childcraft
  3. World Book Encyclopedia Volume 14 NO by World Book Encyclopedia (1964)
  4. Ellis Island (Cornerstones of Freedom) by R. Conrad Stein (1979)
  5. Baby Bears and How They Grow by Jane Heath Buxton (1986)
  6. Augustus Caesar's World by Genevieve Foster (1947)
  7. My Book House: From the Tower Window (Vol. 10 of 12) by Olive Beaupre Miller (1921)
  8. The Children's Book of Virtues by William J. Bennett (1995)
  9. In Grandma's Attic by Arleta Richardson (1974)
  10. Homer Price by Robert McCloskey (1943)
  11. Marco Polo: A World Explorer by Charles P. Graves (1963)
  12. The Tales of Olga Da Polga by Michael Bond (1605)
  13. The Empty Schoolhouse by Natalie Savage Carlson (1965)
  14. The Value of Friendship: The Story of Jane Addams (Valuetales Series) by Ann Donegan Johnson (1979)
  15. Scholastic Children's Dictionary by Scholastic Inc. (1996)

Series description

Childcraft is a children's encyclopedia, published by World Book. The exact books, titles, and sequence has varied over the years.

See LibraryThing's wikipage Childcraft for a list of various editions.

The current list is:

  1. Once Upon a Time

  2. Art Around Us

  3. Poems and Rhymes

  4. How Things Work

  5. How Does it Happen?

  6. Our Earth

  7. Our Universe

  8. Shapes and Numbers

  9. The World of Animals

  10. The World of Plants

  11. About You

  12. Celebrate!

  13. See The World

  14. Who We Are

  15. Guide to Childcraft

(from Wikipedia)

Series?!

How do series work?

To create a series or add a work to it, go to a "work" page. The "Common Knowledge" section now includes a "Series" field. Enter the name of the series to add the book to it.

Works can belong to more than one series. In some cases, as with Chronicles of Narnia, disagreements about order necessitate the creation of more than one series.

Tip: If the series has an order, add a number or other descriptor in parenthesis after the series title (eg., "Chronicles of Prydain (book 1)"). By default, it sorts by the number, or alphabetically if there is no number. If you want to force a particular order, use the | character to divide the number and the descriptor. So, "(0|prequel)" sorts by 0 under the label "prequel."

What isn't a series?

Series was designed to cover groups of books generally understood as such (see Wikipedia: Book series). Like many concepts in the book world, "series" is a somewhat fluid and contested notion. A good rule of thumb is that series have a conventional name and are intentional creations, on the part of the author or publisher. For now, avoid forcing the issue with mere "lists" of works possessing an arbitrary shared characteristic, such as relating to a particular place. Avoid series that cross authors, unless the authors were or became aware of the series identification (eg., avoid lumping Jane Austen with her continuators).

Also avoid publisher series, unless the publisher has a true monopoly over the "works" in question. So, the Dummies guides are a series of works. But the Loeb Classical Library is a series of editions, not of works.

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