A Book for Jennifer

A Book for Jennifer

Alice Dalgliesh Katherine Milhous / Sep 21, 2019

A Book for Jennifer A story of London children in the eighteenth century and of Mr Newbery s juvenile library embellished with ten elegant drawings by Katherine Milhous to which are added eleven cuts from old books wit

  • Title: A Book for Jennifer
  • Author: Alice Dalgliesh Katherine Milhous
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 108
  • Format: Hardcover
  • A story of London children in the eighteenth century and of Mr Newbery s juvenile library, embellished with ten elegant drawings by Katherine Milhous, to which are added eleven cuts from old books with an epigram in verse adapted to each.

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    About "Alice Dalgliesh Katherine Milhous"

      • Alice Dalgliesh Katherine Milhous

        Family Born in Trinidad, British West Indies naturalized U.S citizen died in Woodbury, CT daughter of John and Alice Haynes Dalgliesh Educator, editor, book reviewer, and author, Dalgliesh was an elementary school teacher for nearly seventeen years, and later taught a course in children s literature at Columbia University From 1934 to 1960 she served as children s book editor for Charles Scribner s Sons In addition to her book reviews for such magazines as Saturday Review of Literature and Parents Magazine, Dalgliesh wrote than forty books for children most illustrated by Katherine Milhous and about children s literature She received a BA from Columbia University and taught at elementary schools for a while before writing her first book, A Happy School Year, in 1924 Among her books are Newbery Honor books The Silver Pencil 1944 , The Bears on Hemlock Mountain 1952 , and The Courage of Sarah Noble 1954 The writer Robert Heinlein and Dalgliesh, Heinlein s editor at Scribner s, had conflict in the 1950s This was revealed in letters published in Grumbles from the Grave by Virginia Heinlein.


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