I really don’t consider regarding the imprint in the snow, however, there are rooks in the dark is on the rise

I really don’t consider regarding the imprint in the snow, however, there are rooks in the dark is on the rise


Susan Cooper, The Dark is Rising . Thanks for the suggestion but that isn’t the one. Setting is a world other than our own. The boy is being pursued through much of the book and the symbol on the staff(?) is evidence of his destiny. I think his pursuers sought to kill him initially and failed. Limited on how much I could put in the original post by PayPal though honestly my memory is the biggest limitation here. Patricia McKillip, Riddlemaster of Hed , 1976. Some details don’t match exactly, but it sounds like McKillip ‘s Riddlemaster trilogy. Morgon has three stars on his forehead, and also obtains a harp with the three stars. They are key to his destiny. Some people do try to kill him and he wanders throughout https://gorgeousbrides.net/sv/asian-beauty-online/ the land, meeting up with (among other people) a shape-shifter who turns into a crow for a time. Not absolutely sure but a staff may also be involved. S604: Scruffy Childrens book from 1980’s; possibly late 1970’s. The title of the book is Scruffy, but it’s not the books by Peggy Parish or John Stoneley. The book is about a dog who runs away and the boy who finds him.

Prudence Andrew, Dog , 1973, copyright. This might be the same as B649 in unsolved mysteries. Andrew pleads with his father for a dog. For the twentieth time his father explains to him that dogs aren’t allowed in the housing project where they live. Andrew is determined to keep the dog. He names him Scruffy, cleans him up and feeds him, and hides him near his home in an abandoned car. Prudence Andrew, Dog , 1973, copyright. “Why can’t I have a dog?” Andrew pleads. For the twentieth time his father explains that dogs aren’t allowed in the project where they live. Then, one wondeful day, Andrew finds Scruffy — a hungry, shaggy, little dog that belongs to nobody. Andrew is determined to keep Scruffy — and, somehow, he’s going to do it! Front cover shows a scruffy little brown and whitish terrier sitting in the snow, with barren trees behind him. S605: Sisters in boarding school 2 book set Solved: The Mystifying Twins Smokes dad’s cigar and turns green Book set in Paris, France (possibly originally a French story translated to English) about a boy with a fat friend called Edwin, whose favourite shop is a delicatessen called “The Epicure”. One day he smokes one of his dad’s cigars in the park, goes green and gets sick.

Then one wonderful date, Andrew finds out an eager, shaggy, little stray

Young, Ethel, Neighbors About Us , 1958, copyright. Found it! You can see a picture of the cover at I saw this title “Neighbors About Us” last week, and while the description of the snowy cabin fits, I remember a bluish/purple cover with no people on the front. I am looking into whether or not what I remember was possibly a later publication? Also, it may have been a supplemental reader, not the main reader for the particular grade level. S608: Short story, space ship, extra weight Solved: The Cold Equations S609: stories Solved: The Hutchinson Illustrated Treasury of Children’s Literature S610: Sci/Fi book 1970s caterpillar gems I read this in in the 1970s, written for children/young adults. Protagonist is a woman, in a different world/galaxy/planet, where they use precious gems as currency. In the story, we learn that the gems are actually the feces of worms/caterpillars. The author wrote other kids sci/fi books, too.