Anne Parrish was an American novelist and writer of children’s books. She was a runner-up for the Newbery Medal three times from 1925 to 1951.
|Born:||November 12, 1888, Colorado Springs, Colorado|
|Died:||September 5, 1957, Danbury, Connecticut, US|
|Genre:||Children’s literature, novels|
|Notable works:||The Dream Coach, Floating Island, The Story of Appleby Capple|
About Anne Parrish
An American novelist and author of children’s books, she is best known for works such as The Dream Coach, Floating Island, and The Perennial Bachelor. Her 1950 work, The Story of Appleby Capple, was a finalist for the Newbery Medal.
She studied at the Philadelphia School of Design for Women. She published her first literary work, Pocketful of Poses, in 1923.
She was a three-time finalist for the prestigious Newbery Medal.
She married poet and novelist Josiah Titzell in 1938. She was born in Colorado, and she died in Connecticut.
She was an art collector and owned a painting by Claude Monet.
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- Writers from Colorado Springs, Colorado
- Newbery Honor winners
- American art collectors
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