The New York Review Children's Collection

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New York Review Books Children's Collection is a series of children's books released under the publishing imprint New York Review Books. The series was founded in 2003 to reintroduce some of the many children's books that have fallen out of print, or simply out of mainstream attention. The series includes more than 30 titles, ranging from picture books to young adult novels. Often reissued with new introductions, writers such as Michael Chabon, Neil Gaiman, and Philip Pullman have all introduced titles in this series.[1]

The titles include the Caldecott Medal-winning picture book D'Aulaires' Book of Norse Myths; the Newbery Honor Book Pecos Bill; Wee Gillis, a Caldecott Honor Book; the 1944 winner of the Carnegie Medal, The Wind on the Moon; Esther Averill's Jenny and the Cat Club series; The House of Arden; The 13 Clocks; The Wonderful O; The Peterkin Papers; and holiday favorites The Midnight Folk and The Box of Delights.[1]

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