Best in Children's Books, Volume 32 edited by Mary Macnab and Gladys Schwarcz. Nelson Doubleday. Garden City, New York. 1960. The contents of Volume 32 include The Adventures of Pinocchio written by Carlo Collodi, abridged for young readers by Alfred van der Marck, and illustrated by Roberta MacDonald; Betsy, Tacy, and Tib Are Ten written by Maud Hart Lovelace and illustrated by Ninon; Alfred the Saxon King written by Smith Burnham and illustrated by Feodor Rojankovsky; Follow the Sunset written by Herman and Nina Schneider and illustrated by Aldren Watson; Funny Art Games written by Paul Castle and illustrated by Abner Graboff; Peter Rabbit's Prank written by Thornton W. Burgess and illustrated by Leonard Weisgard; Chinky, the Banker Pony written by Sanford Tousey and illustrated by Robert MacLean; and Let's Go to Pakistan with color photographs and an illustrative map. Best in Children's Books was a reading program for youngsters, for which a staff of experts assembled each month a collection of the world's best children's literature, old and new. These volumes, richly illustrated in color by famous artists, are packed from cover to cover with full-length books, poetry, historical adventures, games, fairy tales, nature, science and geography sections -- a wide variety of wholesome reading.