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Ann Nolan Clark (writer)

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Who is Ann Nolan Clark?

Ann Nolan Clark, born Anna Marie Nolan was an American writer who won the 1953 Newbery Medal.

  • also known as Anna Marie Nolan
  • born on (118 years ago) in Las Vegas
  • nationality: United States of America
  • education: New Mexico Highlands University
  • profession: Historian, writer
  • died on (19 years ago) in Tucson
  • written works: "Secret of the Andes", "Little Navajo Blue", "Sun Journey", "Little Indian Basket Maker", "Medicine Man's Daughter", "In the Land of Small Dragon", "Young Hunter of Picuris =", "Blue Canyon Horse", "Little Herder in Autumn", "Santo for Pasqual", "Along a Sandy Trail", "Little Boy with Three Names", "In My Mother's House", "There still are buffalo", "Bringer of the mystery dog", "The pine ridge porcupine", "The grass mountain mouse", "Who wants to be a prairie dog?"
  • some of the nominations and awards:
      • nominated to John Newbery Medal - "Secret of the Andes"
      • John Newbery Medal - "Secret of the Andes"
      • Regina Medal

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