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Keith (Carlton) Robertson

1914 - 1991

Author

Robertson, Keith. (1958). Henry Reed, inc. (Illustrated by Robert McCloskey). New York: Viking Press. INTR-FIC R6514hi

Henry Reed keeps a journal of his summer activities which include setting up a research firm and embarking on a series of usually profitable projects with the aid of his ally and neighbor Midge.

Robertson, Keith. (1966). Henry Reed's baby-sitting service. (Illustrated by Robert McCloskey). New York: Viking Press. INTR-FIC R6514hba

Back in Grover's Corners, N.J., for the summer, Henry and his partner Midge establish a baby sitting service and find a disappearing child and a peacock among their charges.

Robertson, Keith. (1970). Henry Reed's big show. (Illustrated by Robert McCloskey). New York: Viking Press. INTR-FIC R6514hbs

Henry had meant to merely launch his career as a producer in small Grover's Corner, but before the summer was over, he had organized a rock-music festival and put on a wild, wild rodeo.

Robertson, Keith. (1963). Henry Reed's journey. (Illustrated by Robert McCloskey). New York: Viking Press. INTR-FIC R6514hs

The journal from Henry's trip across the country with the Glass family, telling of the sights they saw and the strange things which resulted when Henry and Midge became involved in innocent and blameless goings-on.

Robertson, Keith. (1969). The money machine. (Illustrated by George Porter). New York: Viking Press. INTR-FIC R6514mo

When a Secret service agent arrives to investigate their harmless practical joke, two teen-age boys are put on the trail of a gang of counterfeiters.

Robertson, Keith. (1974). Tales of Myrtle the turtle. (Drawings by Peter Parnall). New York: Viking Press. INTR-FIC R6514ta

Adventures of Aunt Myrtle, Uncle Herman, and other turtles that reside on the Princeton University campus.

Robertson, Keith. (1954). Three stuffed owls. (Illustrated by Jack Weaver). New York: Viking Press. INTR-FIC R6514th

A case involving a missing bicycle leads two sixteen-year-old boys to suspicions about a foreigner, friendship with a taxidermist, and involvement with a diamond smuggling ring.

Robertson, Keith. (1954). The wreck of the Saginaw. (Illustrated by Jack Weaver). New York: Viking Press. INTR-FIC R6514wr

In 1870 after the steamship "Saginaw" was wrecked, her crew was stranded on a lonely Pacific island near Midway. Five men sailed 1500 miles in a small boat to Hawaii for help. This story of their journey is based on the log of the "Saginaw" and a diary kept by the paymaster after the wreck.

 

Author

Keith (Carlton) Robertson (1914 - 1991). (1996). In Something about the author, Vol. 85, pp. 149-153. Detroit: Gale. Online Something about the Author database and REF PN451 .S6 v. 85.

Keith (Carlton) Robertson (1914 - 1991). (1993). In Something about the author autobiography series, Vol. 15, pp. 251-266. Detroit: Gale. Online Something about the Author database v. 15.

Keith (Carlton) Robertson (1914 - 1991). (1992). In Something about the author, Vol. 69, pp. 175. Detroit: Gale. Online Something about the Author database and REF PN451 .S6 v. 69.

Keith (Carlton) Robertson (1914 - ). (1971). In Something about the author, Vol. 1, pp. 184-185. Detroit: Gale. Online Something about the Author database and REF PN451 .S6 v. 1.

 

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