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Who is Alison Uttley?
Alison Uttley, née Alice Jane Taylor, was a British writer of over 100 books. She is now best known for her children's series about Little Grey Rabbit, and Sam Pig.
- also known as Alice Taylor
- born on (131 years ago) in Cromford
- died on (39 years ago) in Derbyshire
- written works: "Squirrel goes skating", "Little Grey Rabbit's birthday", "Fuzzypeg goes to school", "Adventures of Sam Pig", "Secret places, and other essays", "The speckledy hen", "The farm on the hill", "Sam Pig at the theatre", "Country hoard", "Sam pig and the scarecrow", "Foxglove tales", "A traveller in time", "Plowmen's clocks", "The swans fly over", "Some moonshine tales", "The button-box", "Hare and the rainbow", "Lavender shoes", "Country world", "A ten o'clock scholar and other essays", "The mouse, the rabbit and the little white hen", "The country child", "Carts and candlesticks", "A year in the country", "Sam Pig goes to the seaside", "Cuckoo in June", "Moldy Warp the mole", "Hare and Guy Fawkes", "Toad's castle", "Ambush of young days", "Wise owl's story", "A peck of gold", "Snug and Serena meet a queen", "Little red fox and the wicked uncle", "Here's a new day", "Tim Rabbit and company"
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The Encyclopedia of Fantasy (1999)
by John Clute, John Grant
by Alison UTTLEY, The Sherwood Ring (1958) by Elizabeth Marie POPE, and The Ghosts ...
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Alison Uttley - @Manchester University Museum, Manchester University, Oxford Road, Manchester - 'The University of Manchester commemorates Alison Uttley 1884-1976 Children's author graduate BSc Physics 1906' by University of Manchester (openplaques.org ID=8670)
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