Ann Rinaldi

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Ann Rinaldi (born August 27, 1934, in New York City) is an American young-adult fiction author. She is best known for her historical fiction, including In My Father's House, The Last Silk Dress, An Acquaintance with Darkness, A Break with Charity, "Numbering All The Bones" and Hang a Thousand Trees with Ribbons.[1][2] She has written a total of more than forty novels, eight of which were listed as notable by the ALA. In 2000, Wolf by the Ears was listed as one of the best novels of the preceding twenty-five years, and later of the last one hundred years. She also writes for the Dear America series.

Her career, prior to being an author, was a newspaper columnist. She continued the column, called "The Trentonian", through much of her writing career. Her first published novel, Term Paper, was written in 1979.[1][2]

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  1. ^ a b "Ann Rinaldi" in Contemporary Authors Online. Gale. November 13, 2009. Retrieved February 22, 2011.
  2. ^ a b Vandergrift, Kay E. (January 17, 1999). "Learning about Ann Rinaldi". Rutgers University. Retrieved February 22, 2011.

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