Who Won the 1934
Newbery Medal

Cornelia Lynde Meigs

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Book events in Orange County – Orange County Register

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Fourth-generation South African Rossandra White, author of two YA novels, “Monkey's Wedding” and “Mine Dances,” set in Zimbabwe and Zambia, will appear ...

1934 Newbery Medal Winner Cornelia Lynde Meigs News

Fundraiser Saturday For Manchester Sculpture Project

Hartford Courant
Also to be honored are Elisabeth Bennet (1881-1959), a pioneering educator whose sculpture is to be placed on the grounds of Bennet Academy; and Emily Cheney Neville (1919-97), a Newbery Medal winner for her first novel, "It's Like This, Cat." Neville ...

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The True Story Behind Mrs. Basil E. Frankweiler and Her Mixed-Up Files

Smithsonian
The 1968 Newbery Medal winner has never been out of print. (The same year, her debut novel Jennifer, Hecate, Macbeth, William McKinley, and Me, Elizabeth received the Newbery runner-up honor; Konigsburg is the only author to ever achieve the dual ...

1934 Newbery Medal Winner Cornelia Lynde Meigs News

GBBP 131: Kwame Alexander

GeekDad (blog)
This week, we turn our eye to the world of verse and talk poetry with Kwame Alexander. Alexander won the Newbery Medal for The Crossover, which combines free verse and hip-hop poetry to tell a story of family, brotherhood, basketball, and rhymes.

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