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This sounds a lot like Understood Betsy with only a few details not matching; definitely worth checking out. I did not read this book until I was in my late 40's, but I can tell you I consider it one of the best I have ever read. It holds up even today. I agree, the book in question is Understood Betsy This is most definitely the book I was looking for. Thank you! I too was looking for this book for a long time. The only details I could remember were the unicorn and the straw person.
I just figured it out this past fall as I searched through WorldCat. Here's the synopsis from WorldCat: "A unicorn uses his magic to foil the plot of an evil magician who tries to get the prince to marry a woman made of straw. Oh what a wonderful site! Just discovered it today and will be back frequently.
It was published in book form in , but parts of it had been published as short stories in the 50's. I have a copy and re-read it frequently.
That's it!! They are both correct. Your site is fantastic. I didn't think I would ever know the names of these books so that I could pass them along to my kids, who also love to read. Thank you ever so much. She can slip into another dimension to move about to another locations. I have no idea who the author is and would appreciate any assistance in locating this book.
This may be too obvious, but isn't there language in Wrinkle in Time about the tesseract being a threshold between dimensions? Madeleine l'Engle, A Wrinkle in Time, Could this possibly be it? The timeframe certainly fits, as does the general description. Meg travels through space and time, along with her friend Calvin and brother Charles, by means of a tesseract.
The act of moving between dimensions is referred to there as "turning the corner", but I think there were characters called "Thresholders". Nourse, Alan E. Max Shulman, My Next Girl , This is the story.
The Unlucky Winner is definitely the story soughtI have the book right in front of me! The first paragraph of The Unlucky Winner is, "My next girl is going to be honest.
I don't care if she looks like a doorknob. Just so she's honest. Interesting that the two anthologies we read it in were published only a few years apart, and the story's name was changed so quickly. Heinlein, This short story by Heinlein was first published in Astounding magazine in February It has also appeared in numerous anthologies.
This is the name of the story - I think it is also the name of the anthology. Quintus Teal builds a tessaract house for his friend Homer Bailey, but an earth tremor collapses it into a cube. Teal and the Baileys go in, but can't find a way out again, except for going through one of the windows, which leads off the roof. One door opens to another planet. At one point the three people see themselves from the back in another room. It also seems that there are mirrors involved in some way, possibly a portal to another world.
There is also a woman who seems to know what is going on I don't remember the mirrors, but I don't believe I ever read the whole book, just the magazine version of the first part of it. Heinlein, Robert A. The reader's description of the man, the mirrors, the world changing outside the fog, and the woman, make me think of this novella by one of the masters of SF, RA Heinlein. Something in a mirror is responsible for the strange coma that has afflicted a young married woman.
Her husband seeks help from Jonathan Hoag. Towards the end, the couple is driving away from their city, apparently on a sunny day. But if they roll down the car windows and look out, they are driving through a fog, and terrible things are happening in that fog. This story is anthologized in a collection of Heinlein stories titled 6 X H and also in a collection called The Unpleasant Profession of Jonathan Hoag. This is a short story and also the name of a collection of shorts. The tag line is "What if the Sons of the Bird lurked behind all your mirrors?
Both events unalterably change the life of Homicide Detective J. Not quite, but this made me think of Kit Williams. Is Masquerade the only book by this author? Kit Williams did have another book -- usually appears as " Untitled " or " Kit Williams ". I think the price was a golden and jewel bee.
The cover illustration was of bees, and the story was about Ambrose the bee keeper. He did a book after Masquerade which when published had no title, the competition was to guess what the title should be. The cover was a marquetry honeycomb with a jewelled golden bee the prize on it. The title was eventually revealed as The Bee on the Comb This has got to be the second find-the-treasure book by Kit Williams the first being the find-the-golden-hare book. The American isbn is X I had a book written by Kit Williams about bees, but there was no title to the book.
That was what the mystery was. If you did it, you would get a prize. Lee, Joanna, I want to keep my baby! I have a copy of I want to keep my baby and although this book is very similar, it's not the same one. I am sure the baby was a boy the book that is stumping me. In I want to keep my baby it's a girl. I can't put my hands on the book right this second, but I believe I am correct.
Gloria D. Miklowitz, Unwed Mother. Unwed Mother is the book I was looking for. What a great website.