Doris Gates

Doris Gates (November 26, 1901 – September 3, 1987) was one of America's first writers of realistic children's fiction. Her novel ''Blue Willow'', about the experiences of Janey Larkin, the ten-year-old daughter of a migrant farm worker in 1930s California, is a Newbery Honor book and Lewis Carroll Shelf Award winner. A librarian in Fresno, California, Gates lived and worked among the people described in her novels. She is also known for her collections of Greek mythology. Provided by Wikipedia
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by Gates, Doris, 1901-1987.
Published 1956
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by Gates, Doris, 1901-1987.
Published 1951
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by Gates, Doris, 1901-1987.
Published 1980
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by Gates, Doris, 1901-1987.
Published 1940
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