Who Won the 1936
Newbery Medal

Carol Ryrie Brink

Caddie Woodlawn

1935 Newbery Medal Winner
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1936 Newbery Medal Winner Carol Ryrie Brink News

Young Chautauquans bring historical figures to Artown

Reno Gazette Journal
The second character to take the stage was Carol Ryrie Brink, author of "Caddie Woodlawn," as portrayed by Lexy Geraci. Six-year-old Lexy is the youngest out of 18 Chautauquans this year. "Her first-grade teacher, Mrs. Danes, told us about this as she ...

1936 Newbery Medal Winner Carol Ryrie Brink News

'You can't let your emotions overtake you so much that you can't do the work'

Harvard Gazette
And “Caddie Woodlawn” [Carol Ryrie Brink] was a book that I liked very much when I was small. I also liked to read the biographies of famous people and there was a series on people such as Thomas Jefferson, James Monroe, and George Washington ...

1936 Newbery Medal Winner Carol Ryrie Brink News

In conversation with Christina Baker Kline

University of Virginia The Cavalier Daily
CBK: When I was young, I was obsessed with stories about pioneer life like the Laura Ingalls Wilder books and “Caddie Woodlawn” by Carol Ryrie Brink. As a teen, I liked Emily Dickinson and Alice Walker, among others. CD: Much of your work has resilient ...

1936 Newbery Medal Winner Carol Ryrie Brink News

Queer children's books have a long history that's only now being told

The Guardian (blog)
Other girls adopted as lesbian icons have included Caddie – of Caddie Woodlawn by Carol Ryrie Brink – Pippi Longstocking and Harriet the Spy. None of them fulfils the heteronormative expectation of girlhood, especially for their times. Pippi, with her ...

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