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Mary Nash

Author

(1925 - )

Mary Nash

Mary (Hughes) Nash was born in 1925. She lived in Seattle. She was a graduate of Radcliffe.

Mary began telling her mother bedtime stories at the age of five.

Mary said, “The great unfailing pleasure of my childhood was my books, and I have always felt a kind of debt to the authors who wrote them for me. It would be a fine feeling, in my turn, to pass this pleasure to other children today.”

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Bibliography

Mrs. Coverlet’s Detectives (1965)

Nervous the cat has been catnapped, so the Persevers are off to New York to rescue him.

Author(s): Mary Nash
Illustrator(s): Garret Price

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Mrs. Coverlet’s Magicians (1961)

The Toad is not at all pleased when Miss Eva Penalty takes over for Mrs. Coverlet, and he intends to do something about it.

Author(s): Mary Nash
Illustrator(s): Garret Price

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While Mrs. Coverlet was Away (1958)

Mrs. Coverlet is called away to care for her daughter and the three Persever children are left in charge of themselves as their father is in New Zealand.

Author(s): Mary Nash
Illustrator(s): Garret Price

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