Amy MacDonald (writer)
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Who is Amy MacDonald?
Amy MacDonald is an American author of children's books. Her works include Little Beaver and the Echo, which has been translated into 28 languages around the world, and Rachel Fister's Blister. Her first book, a satire of Jill Krementz's children's books, was A Very Young Housewife.
- born in (64 years ago) in Beverly
- nationality: United States of America
- education: University of Pennsylvania
- profession: Writer
- written works: "Little Beaver and the echo", "Let's Play", "Let's Try", "Cousin Ruth's tooth", "Let's Do It", "Let's Make a Noise", "Let's Go", "Quentin Fenton Herter three", "Rachel Fister's blister", "Please, Malese!", "No more nasty", "The spider who created the world", "Too much flapdoodle", "Afanc Bach A'r Adlais", "Der kleine Biber und das Echo. ( Ab 3 J.)"
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