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Phyllis McGinley

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(1905 - 1978)

Phyllis McGinley

Phyllis McGinley (March 21, 1905 – February 22, 1978) was a Pulitzer Prize winning American author of children’s books and poetry. Her poetry was in the style of light verse, specializing in humor, satiric tone and the positive aspects of suburban life.



Bibliography

The Horse Who Lived Upstairs (1944)

Joey lives in the city and pulls a vegetable cart, but longs for the country, until he gets to try farm life for himself.

Author(s): Phyllis McGinley
Illustrator(s): Helen Stone

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Kitty on the Farm (1989)

The little boy has a new kitten, but he needs a name for her.

Author(s): Phyllis McGinley
Illustrator(s): Feodor Rojankovsky

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Mother Goose Rhymes and Other Childhood Favorites (1972)

A generous selection of the work of Feodor Rojankovsky including nursery rhymes, folk tales, Bible stories and even Robinson Crusoe.

Author(s): Elizabeth Coatsworth
Georges Duplaix
Phyllis McGinley
Feodor Rojankovsky
Illustrator(s): Feodor Rojankovsky

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A Name for Kitty (1948)

The boy has a new kitten. Now he needs a name for her.

Author(s): Phyllis McGinley
Illustrator(s): Feodor Rojankovsky

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Rojankovsky’s Wonderful Picture Book (1972)

A collection of some of Rojankovsky’s best illustrations from the Golden Books.

Author(s): Elizabeth Coatsworth
Georges Duplaix
Phyllis McGinley
Illustrator(s): Feodor Rojankovsky

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