(1900 - 1994)
Miss Clara Dean Marshall (1900–1994) was born in Louisville, Kentucky. She graduated from Vanderbilt University and attended the New York School of Social Work. Soon after she was associated with the New York Charity Organization Society and later was case supervisor for the Hartford C.O.S.
She lived and wrote in northern Connecticut, near Granby, in a log cabin in the “Granby Woods.” She died in 1994 at the age of 95.
Dig for a Treasure (1949)
A treasure is rumored to be buried on Invisible Island, and the eight explorers are determined to find it.
A House for Elizabeth (1941)
Elizabeth has a little brother, a cat and a pretend house, but what she really wants is a real house instead of a furnished apartment.
Invisible Island (1948)
The four Guthrie children are cast away on an invisible island.
The Long White Month (1942)
Priscilla lives with her aunt in New York. When she gets a chance to live in a cabin in the woods with cousin Susan, she takes responsibility for the wild birds.
The Silver Robin (1947)
The story of a robin’s first year from hatching to the autumn migration.