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Jane Resh Thomas

1936 -

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Thomas, Jane Rush. (1998). Behind the mask : the life of Queen Elizabeth I. New York: Clarion Books. 921 E436t

A biography of Elizabeth I that describes her triumphant reign as well as the childhood that shaped the woman she became.

Thomas, Jane Rush. (2006). Blind mountain. New York: Clarion Books. INTR-FIC T458bl

Unsure of himself and annoyed at having to spend a day climbing a Montana mountain with his bossy father, twelve-year-old Sam must become the guide on their perilous journey down when his carelessness temporarily blinds his father.

Thomas, Jane Rush. (1981). The comeback dog. (Drawings by Troy Howell). New York: Houghton Mifflin/Clarion Books. INTR-FIC T458CO

Daniel, a Midwestern farm boy, finds a battered dog in a ditch and nurses it back to health, but is disappointed when the dog doesn't immediately respond to his gestures of affection.

Thomas, Jane Rush. (1984). Courage at Indian Deep. New York, N.Y.: Clarion Books. INTR-FIC T458cou

Forced to move to northern Minnesota from a comfortable life in Minneapolis, a family finds the need to make some big adjustments.

Thomas, Jane Rush. (1996). Daddy doesn't have to be a giant anymore. (Illustrated by Macia Sewell). New York: Clarion Books. PRIM-FIC T458D

A little girl is frightened of her daddy when he's drunk, but with the support of his family and friends he enters a treatment program and resolves to stay sober.

Thomas, Jane Rush. (1977). Elizabeth catches a fish. (Pictures by Joseph Duffy). New York: Seabury Press. PRIM-FIC T458el

Elizabeth is determined to go on her first fishing trip alone with her father despite her brother's jealousy and threatening weather.

Thomas, Jane Rush. (1987). Fox in a trap. (Drawings by Troy Howell). New York: Clarion Books. INTR-FIC T458FO

Daniel looks forward to helping his Uncle Peter set traps for the foxes that have been plaguing the family farm, until the discovery of a severed fox paw makes him seriously question what he and his uncle are doing.

Thomas, Jane Rush. (1986). Wheels. (Pictures by Emily Arnold McCully). New York: Clarion Books. PRIM-FIC T458wh

Five-year-old Elliott learns that winning isn't everything when he begins to race with the Big Wheel bike he got for his birthday.

 

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