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Jacqueline Jackson

Author, Illustrator

(1928 - )

Jacqueline Jackson

Jacqueline Dougan Jackson, now a retired Professor of English from the University of Illinois at Springfield, grew up on a Wisconsin dairy farm. Much of her recently published work is derived from those childhood experiences.

Here is her website: http://jacqueline-jackson.com/



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Chicken Ten Thousand (1968)

Chicken ten thousand seems doomed to life in a factory farm, but by chance finds herself in the real world.

Author(s): Jacqueline Jackson
Illustrator(s): Barbara Morrow

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The Endless Pavement (1973)

In this science fiction dystopia, the automobiles rule the people.

Author(s): Jacqueline Jackson
William Perlmutter
Illustrator(s): Richard Cuffari

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The Ghost Boat (1969)

In this sequel to The Paleface Redskins the Richards children spend the summer at the lake and tell ghost stories.

Author(s): Jacqueline Jackson
Illustrator(s): Jacqueline Jackson

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Julie’s Secret Sloth (1953)

Julie’s father says no pets, but Julie goes ahead and buys a two-toed sloth named Sampson and soon discovers she can’t keep him a secret.

Author(s): Jacqueline Jackson
Illustrator(s): Robert Henneberger

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Missing Melinda by C. Gibbs and O. Gibbs (1967)

Twins Ophelia and Cordelia find a (priceless) antique doll and carelessly lose it. Was it stolen or just borrowed by some child conniseur? Now they have to find it again.

Author(s): Jacqueline Jackson
Illustrator(s): Irene Burns

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More Stories from the Round Barn (2002)

The second volume in the history of the Dougan family farm in Beloit, Wisconsin.

Author(s): Jacqueline Jackson
Illustrator(s): Photographs

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The Orchestra Mice (1970)

Clarissa and Stan Mouse raise a family of twelve musician mice.

Author(s): Jacqueline Jackson
Illustrator(s): Robert Morrow

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The Paleface Redskins (1958)

When a Boy Scout camp opens on their Happy Hunting Grounds the Potawatomi Indians vow to drive the palefaces back where they came from.

Author(s): Jacqueline Jackson
Illustrator(s): Jacqueline Jackson

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Spring Song (1969)

This ode to spring is based on a traditional rhyme. The music by Sumner A. Jackson is included. See the back of the dust jacket as well.

Author(s): Jacqueline Jackson
Sumner A. Jackson
Illustrator(s): Barbara Morrow

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The Taste of Spruce Gum (1966)

Libby and her mother move to Vermont from Illinois and start life over on Shrewsbury mountain.

Author(s): Jacqueline Jackson
Illustrator(s): Lilian Obligado

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Turn Not Pale, Beloved Snail (1974)

A collection of essays on the art and craft of writing.

Author(s): Jacqueline Jackson
Illustrator(s): Geoffrey Hodgkinson

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