Anne Parrish

Anne Parrish (November 12, 1888 - September 5, 1957) was an American novelist and author of children's literature. She was a three-time winner of the Newbery Medal.

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Anne Parrish - Bibliography
... Pocketful of Poses (1923) Knee-High To A Grasshopper (1923) (with Dillwyn Parrish) Lustres (1924) (with Dillwyn Parrish) The Dream Coach (1924) (with Dillwyn Parrish) - Newbery ...
Dillwyn Parrish
... George Dillwyn Parrish (July 25, 1894 — August 6, 1941) was an American writer, illustrator, and painter ... Born in Colorado Springs, Colorado, Parrish was usually known by his middle name "Dillwyn", or "Tim" or "Timmy" by those close to him ... He was the son of Thomas Parrish, who came from an artistic Philadelphia family, and Anne Lodge, who had studied at the Pennsylvania Academy of Fine Arts, becoming a ...
Newbery Medal - Newbery Recipients
... Carroll Moore Nicholas A Manhattan Christmas Story Honor 1925 Parrish,Anne !Anne Parrish Dream Coach,The !The Dream Coach Honor 1926 Chrisman,Arthur ... to Heaven,The !The Cat Who Went to Heaven Winner 1931 Parrish,Anne !Anne Parrish Floating Island Honor 1931 Malkus,Alida !Alida Malkus Dark Star of Itza ... Clara Ingram Judson Abraham Lincoln, Friend of the People Honor 1951 Parrish,Anne !Anne Parrish Story of Appleby Capple,The !The Story of Appleby Capple Honor 1952 Estes,Eleanor !Elean ...

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