Early in her writing career, Margaret adapted and translated books for Harpers & Brothers and William Scott.
BRER RABBIT : UNCLE REMUS STORIES
Adapted from the text by Joel Chandler Harris
illustrated by Frost, A.B.
Harper & Brothers, 1941
sics to Grow on: BRER RABBIT
Adapted from the text of Joel Chandler Harris. Illustrations based on those of A. B. Frost, redrawn for reproduction by Victor Dowling. New York and London: Harper & Brothers, 1941. * Trade edition
EDITION NOTES BY JeNeal (THANK YOU)
This Brer Rabbit is a Harper Crest Library edition in a creamy colored library binding 5 1/4″ x 7 5/8″. The cover shows a picture of the Brer in (What’s the best name for that color???) Rust? Over the top of the picture the letters are printed in green. At the top it says “Joel Chandler Harris” in the middle it says “Brer Rabbit Uncle Remus Stories” and at the bottom it says “Adapted by Margaret Wise Brown (line) A. B. Frost pictures (line) redrawn for reproduction”. The title page has it published by Harper & Row, Publishers, New York, Evanston and London. The back of the title page gives 1941 as the date.
THE CHILDREN’S YEAR
.Adapted from the French of Y. Lacôte. Illustrated by Feodor Rojankovsky (as Rojan). New York and London: Harper & Brothers, 1937.
This image is the cover of the French version published in 1936 By Flammarion,
Illustrations by ROJAN * Even with the discoloration of the cover from age, the insides are bright and clean, The illustrationas are some my favorites of ROJAN. I purchased this online from a bookseller in France. It was $65. More than I usually spend on my collection. But I think as it is the very first work MWB had published, it is a must have.
There are 12 panels, each representing a month of the year.
Author: Brown, Margaret Wise, 1910-1952.
Title: The children’s year; adapted from the French of Lacote, by Margaret Wise Brown; pictures by Rojan …
Published: New York, Harper, 1937.
Description:  p. ill. Series: A Père Castor book LC Call No.: PZ8.3.B815Ch
EDITION NOTES BY JeNeal (THANK YOU)
The Children’s Year is a paper/cardboard cover, light blue with pictures in a wreath, 7.5″ x 7″. In the center of the wreath in brown letters it says “The Children’s Year Adapted from the French of LaCote.” There are some scroll-ish brown lines on the sides of the lettering that says “By Margaret Wise Brown Pictures by Rojan” and then below it says “A PERE CASTOR BOOK”. The title page gives the publisher ” Harper & Brothers, publishers (line) New York and London (line) 1937.
Notes: Lining-papers illustrated in colors. Other authors: Rojankovsky, Feodor, 1891-1970, ill. Lacôte, Y. Calendrier des enfants. Control No.: 9709951
*The Children’s Year, 1937 –says 9-7 First Edition I-M
The Comical tragedy or tragical comedy of PUNCH AND JUDY
Adapted from the text of John Payne Collier
illustrated by Weisgard, Leonard
WILLIAM R SCOTT INC 1940
Library of Congress Listing
Published/Created New York, W.R. Scott, inc. [c1940]
Description  p. illus. (part col.) 25 x 23 cm.
LC classification PN1979 .P9 1940
Related names Brown, Margaret Wise, 19101952.
Weisgard, Leonard, 19162000,
Notes Illustrated t.p.
Song with unaccompanied melody: p. 
Issued in stiff paper book jacket designed to used as a puppet stage.
Dewey class no. 791.5
Other system no. (OCoLC)2841574
FABLES OF LA FONTAINE
Translated from French
Illustrated by Andre Helle
Harper & Brothers , New York & London 1940
THE LOG OF CHRISTOPHER COLUMBUS
Adapted from the Abridgement of Bartolome de las Casas
Illustrated by J. O. Cosgrove
Published by William R. Scott 1938
HOMES IN THE WILDERNESS
Adapted from the Journal of William Bradford and others.
Illustrated by Mary Wilson Stewart
Published by R. W. Scott 1939
Mary Wilson Stewart
Homes in the Wilderness: A Pilgrim’s Journal of Plymouth Plantation in 1620
[ILLUSTRATED] Linnet Books 1988-01-01
“First Published in 1622 as a relation or journal of the proceedings of the plantation settles at Plymouth in New England. The book is commonly called Mourt’s relation.because it was signed G. Mourt
It is now believed that Gov Bradford, Edward Winslow and others of the cololists kept this journal.” P.