Clyde Robert Bulla

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Clyde Robert Bulla (b. January 9, 1914, near King City, Missouri, United States, d. May 23, 2007, Warrensburg, Missouri) was the author of over fifty books for children. His first book, The Donkey Cart, was published in 1946.[1] His autobiography, A Grain of Wheat: A Writer Begins, was published in 1985. The book referred to an essay he wrote in 1924 for the St. Joseph Gazette in which he tied with 100 others for third-place to write about a grain of wheat.

Selected publications[edit]

  • Riding the Pony Express (1948)
  • The Secret Valley (1949)
  • Eagle Feather (1953)
  • Star of Wild Horse Canyon (1953)
  • Squanto, Friend of the White Man (1954)
  • The Sword in the Tree (1956)
  • Pirate's Promise (1958)
  • The Valentine Cat (1959)
  • Benito (1961)
  • Viking Adventure (1963)
  • The Ghost of Windy Hill (1968)
  • Pocahontas and the Strangers (1971)
  • Shoeshine Girl (1975)
  • The Beast of Lor (1977)
  • A Lion to Guard Us (1981) ISBN 0-690-04096-2
  • The Chalk Box Kid (1987)
  • "The Christmas Coat" (1989)
  • A Place for Angels (1995)
  • The Paint Brush Kid (1999)
  • Daniel's Duck
  • Charlie's House

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Bulla, Clyde Robert". Educational Book & Media Association. Retrieved 28 February 2010. 

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