The fiction she wrote or edited includes:
Love on the Supertax (1944)
The Patchwork Book (anthology) (1946)
To Bed with Grand Music (pseudonymous novel) (1946)
(ed) Stories of Adventure, (1947)
(ed) Victorian Tales, (1948)
Tory Heaven (1948)
Little Boy Lost (1949)
The Village (1952)
The Victorian Chaise-Longue (1953)
The Offshore Island (play) 1959.
The nonfiction of Marghanita Laski includes:
Mrs Ewing, Mrs Molesworth, Mrs Hodgson Burnett (criticism) (1950)
Ecstasy: A study of some secular and religious experiences (1961)
Domestic Life in Edwardian England (1964)
(ed, with E.G. Battiscombe) A Chaplet for Charlotte Yonge (1965)
The Secular Responsibility (Conway Memorial Lecture) (1967)
Jane Austen and her World (1969)
George Eliot and her World (1973)
Kipling’s English History (1974) (radio programmes on Kipling, 1973, 1983)
Everyday Ecstasy (1980).
From Palm to Pine: Rudyard Kipling Abroad and at Home (1987) was one of several posthumous publications.
Marghanita Laski then did not write for children but once. Here is the cover for
Ferry the Jerusalem Cat (1983):