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Alice Dalgliesh

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(1893 - 1979)

Alice Dalgliesh

Alice Dalgliesh was a naturalized American author and publisher who wrote more than 40 fiction and non-fiction books, mainly for children. She has been called “a pioneer in the field of children’s historical fiction”. Three of her books were runners-up for the annual Newbery Medal.



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The Bears on Hemlock Mountain (1952)

The bears were nowhere to be seen when Jonathan went over the mountain, but it is getting dark as he starts on his return journey.

1953

Author(s): Alice Dalgliesh
Illustrator(s): Helen Sewell

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The Enchanted Book Stories From Many Lands (1947)

This is a fairy tale anthology.

Author(s): Alice Dalgliesh
Illustrator(s): Concetta Cacciola

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The Smiths and Rusty (1936)

A family has adventures with its cocker spaniel.

Author(s): Alice Dalgliesh
Illustrator(s): Berta Hader
Elmer Hader

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The Thanksgiving Story (1954)

A retelling of the story of the Pilgrims’ first thanksgiving.

1955

Author(s): Alice Dalgliesh
Illustrator(s): Helen Sewell

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Wings for the Smiths (1937)

Mr. Smith buys an airplane, learns to fly, and takes his family, including the dogs, up in the air.

Author(s): Alice Dalgliesh
Illustrator(s): Berta Hader
Elmer Hader

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Yankee Yarns: Stories from the Northeastern States (1944)

A collection of short stories set in the northeast states. Includes ‘A Nantucket Picnic’ by Elizabeth Enright and ‘Ice on Horse-Killer’ by Stephen W. Meader.

Author(s): Carolyn Sherwin Bailey
Elizabeth Coatsworth
Alice Dalgliesh
Elizabeth Enright
Stephen W. Meader
Cornelia Meigs
Mabel L. Robinson
Ruth Sawyer
Kate Seredy
Et al
Illustrator(s): Nedda Walker

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