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Natalie Babbitt (1932 – )

Nationality: American
Born: American
Periods: American: 20th Century

Children’s author and illustrator

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Kneeknock Rise

Tuck Everlasting

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Authors Online Biography: Natalie Babbitt
A short biography from her publisher. Includes a works list and an interview transcript.
Contains: Sketch, Pictures, Interview, Works List
From: Scholastic Inc.
Natalie Babbitt
A short biography of the author, from Mar.1996.
Contains: Sketch, Pictures
From: Internet Public Library Youth Division

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Natalie Babbitt Teacher Resource File
“Welcome to the Internet School Library Media Center Natalie Babbitt page. You will find biographical information, a bibliography, criticism and ERIC citations here.”
Contains: Criticism, Sketch, Bibliography
Author: Inez Ramsey, Professor Emeritus
From: Internet School Library Media Center

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Last Updated Apr 29, 2013