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Who is Alison McGhee?
Alison McGhee is an American author, who has published several picture books, books for children, and adult novels. She is a New York Times bestselling author, the winner of numerous awards, and was nominated for a Pulitzer Prize for her novel Shadow Baby.
- born on (54 years ago) in New York
- nationality: United States of America
- profession: Author
- written works: "Snap!", "Rainlight", "Countdown to kindergarten", "A Very Brave Witch", "Bye-bye, Crib", "Only a witch can fly", "Little Boy", "Algun dia/ Someday", "All rivers flow to the sea", "Falling Boy", "Someday", "Was it beautiful?", "Some witches like sprinkles", "Shadow baby", "Bink and Gollie, Two for One"
- official website: www.alisonmcghee.com
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Growing Up With Literature (2011)
by Walter Sawyer
Watson Wants Your Teeth by Alison McGhee is a somewhat scary story about a 300-year-old alien who is a snatcher of baby teeth. The presentation makes it more appropriate for five to eight year olds. In Dumpy La Rue, Elizabeth ...
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