A Visit to the Hospital
Published in 1958 by Wonder Books. Written by Francine Chase under the supervision of Lester L. Coleman, M.D. Illustrations by Ken Rossi.
Impossible Yet it Happened!
Published in 1947 by Ace Books. Written by R. DeWitt Miller.1
Mom, you gotta be kiddin'
Published in 1968 by Fleming H. Revell Company. Written by Mary D. Bowman and illustrated by Don Sampson.
From the back cover: "Mary D. Bowman, author of the delightful 'Hey, Mom!', now writes of her life with three teen-age children, 'where Bowmanor is the scene of vying for telephone rights, going steady unsteadily, and a music (?) group called the Mystic Souls."
What's A Mommy For?
Published in 1973 by The Standard Publishing Company. Written by Florence W. Kilgore and illustrated by Janeth McManus.
How to Draw Funny Pictures
(A Complete Course in Cartooning)
The tattered dust jacket is from the 1936 edition published by Frederick J. Drake & Co. The book was written by E.C. Matthews and is illustrated by Eugene "Zim" Zimmerman.
Boy dates Girl
This edition was published in 1955 by TAB Book Club (Teen Age Books). It was written by Gay Head and illustrated by Katherine Tracy.2
1. Some of the "impossible" events cited on the back cover include:
- The girl who borrowed the soul of a dead woman for fifteen week
- The Indian idol that could not be photographed
- The two women who, in 1901, suddenly found themselves back at the court of Marie Antoinette
- "The human cork," a man who could stay afloat for fifteen hours with twenty pounds of lead tied to his ankles
- The haunted mirror that could not be moved but which willed itself to fly into the air