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Patricia MacLachlan

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Occupation  Writer
Role  Writer
Name  Patricia MacLachlan

Nationality  American
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Born  March 3, 1938 (age 77) Cheyenne, Wyoming, USA (1938-03-03)
Alma mater  University of Connecticut
Genre  Children's and young-adult novels, historical fiction
Spouse  Robert McLachlan (m. 1962)
Children  John MacLachlan, Jamie Maclachlan
Movies  Sarah, Plain and Tall, Sarah, Plain and Tall: Winter's End, Journey
Books  Sarah - Plain and Tall, Skylark, All the Places to Love, Edward's Eyes, Arthur - for the very first time
Similar People  Katherine Paterson, Sharon Creech, Glenn Jordan, Meindert DeJong, Quentin Blake

Notable awards  Newbery Medal 1986
Education  University of Connecticut

An interview with newbery medalist patricia maclachlan


Patricia "Patty" MacLachlan (born March 3, 1938) is an American children's writer, who is best known for the 1986 Newbery Medal-winning novel Sarah, Plain and Tall which was later adapted as a TV movie starring Glenn Close and Christopher Walken.

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She is a board member of the National Children's Book and Literacy Alliance, a national not-for-profit that actively advocates for literacy, literature, and libraries.

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Novels

Sarah, Plain and Tall series, of the Witting family
  • Sarah, Plain and Tall (April 1985) — winner of the 1986 Newbery Medal
  • Skylark (March 1994)
  • Caleb's Story (October 2001)
  • More Perfect Than the Moon (2004)
  • Grandfather's Dance (2009)
  • Other
  • Through Grandpa's Eyes (March 1980)
  • Mama One, Mama Two (1982)
  • Tomorrow's Wizard (1982)
  • Cassie Binegar (October 1982)
  • Seven Kisses in a Row (March 1983)
  • Unclaimed Treasures (July 1987)
  • Arthur, For the Very First Time (October 1987)
  • The Facts and Fictions of Minna Pratt (July 1988)
  • Journey (September 1991)
  • Three Names (September 1991)
  • Baby (October 1993)
  • All the Places to Love (May 1994)
  • What You Know First (September 1995)
  • The Sick Day (April 2001)
  • Edward's Eyes (August 2007)
  • True Gift: A Christmas Story (October 2009)
  • Before You Came (2011)
  • Cat Talk (2013) (Illustrated by Barry Moser)
  • The Iridescence of Birds: A Book About Henri Matisse (October 2014)
  • The Truth of Me (January 2015)
  • References

    Patricia MacLachlan Wikipedia


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