Books by Barbara Cooney

COCK ROBIN by Barbara Cooney
Released: Oct. 1, 1965

"In the 19th century, historians of education say, Cock Robin was acted out by school children."
Who killed Cook Robin? Read full book review >
THE AMERICAN SPELLER by Barbara Cooney
Released: Oct. 1, 1960

"By the time the child has absorbed this text—and he should eagerly—he will be familiar with not only the vagaries of English spelling and phonetics, but with the appealing wit of Noah Webster, a plain talking American who managed to look everywhere at once with the freshness of a child's eye."
Noah Webster's speller was, one hundred years ago, almost as much a part of the American home as the Bible. Read full book review >
THE KELLYHORNS by Barbara Cooney
Released: Aug. 6, 1942

"Unfortunately the jacket is very unappealing."
The Kellyhorns are twins who were separated when their mother dies, Penny living with her father on an island off the Maine coast and Pam with an aunt on the mainland. Read full book review >
KING OF WRECK ISLAND by Barbara Cooney
Released: Aug. 25, 1941

"Amusing pictures in black and white."
This is fun- a whimsical, original and humorous story, with lots of New England saltiness. Read full book review >