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Alice Alison Lide

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Occupation  Writer
Nationality  American
Name  Alice Lide

Genre  Children's Literature
Died  November 21, 1955
Awards  John Newbery Medal
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Born  February 8, 1890 Richmond, Alabama, U.S. (1890-02-08)
Books  Ood-Le-Uk the Wanderer, The wooden locket

Notable awards  Newbery Medal 1930
Notable works  Ood-Le-Uk the Wanderer

Alice Alison Lide (1890–1955) was the recipient of a Newbery Honor in 1930, for her book Ood-Le-Uk the Wanderer. Alice was raised in Richmond, Alabama by her parents, Joseph D. and Annie Hearst Alison. Lide attended Converse College, in South Carolina and later moved on to Columbia University, in New York City.

List of Books Published

  • Ood-le-uk the Wanderer. Boston; Little, 1930.
  • Aztec Drums. New York; Longman Green, 1938.
  • Johnny of the 4-H Club. Boston; Little, 1941.
  • Lapland Drum. Nashville; Abingdon, 1955.
  • Little Indian Ongo. Richmond, Va.; Johnson Pub. Co., 1948.
  • Magic Word for Elin. Nashville; Abingdon, 1958.
  • Mystery of the Mahteb, a Tale of Thirteenth-Century Ethiopia. New York; Longman Green, 1942.
  • Princess of Yucatan. New York; Longman Green, 1939.
  • Yinka-Tu the Yak. New York; Viking, 1938.
  • References

    Alice Alison Lide Wikipedia

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