Eloise Jarvis McGraw
Eloise Jarvis McGraw (born on December 9th 1915 and dead the November 30th 2000) was an American author of books for children. It accepted the Newbery Honor three times over three decades different, successively for its novels Moccasin Trail (1952), The Golden Goblet (1962), and The Moorchild (1997). It accepted the Edgar Award for has Really Weird Summer (1977). McGraw is particularly interested by the history, and among the many books au' she wrote, one counts: Greensleeves , Pharaoh , The Seventeenth Swap , and Mara, Daughter off the Nile .
McGraw also contributed to develop the series of the novels bearing on the Pays of OZ, initiated by L. Frank Baum, writing with his/her daughter Lauren Lynn McGraw Merry the novels Go Round in OZ and The Forbidden Fountain off OZ , and later writing to The Rundlestone off OZ one her own .
McGraw had like husband William Corbin McGraw, who died in 1999, with which it had like child Peter and Lauren.
|Random links:||Testudinidae | Harald Schumacher | December 28th in sport | Assynt log | Renault Drunk | James_Smith_(boxeur)|