Jane Louise Curry

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Jane Louise Curry, born September 24, 1932 in East Liverpool, Ohio, is a prolific author of adventure, fantasy, mystery, time travel, and American Indian tales for older children and teenagers. She has written 37 books.

Her novels include the famous 'Abaloc' series, set in the magical landscape of the Ohio Valley and surrounding regions in contemporary, medieval, and prehistoric times.

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Abaloc series

  1. Beneath the Hill 1967
  2. The Daybreakers 1970
  3. Over the Sea's Edge 1971
  4. The Watchers 1975
  5. The Birdstones 1977
  6. The Wolves of Aam 1981
  7. Shadow Dancers 1983
  • Down from the Lonely Mountain 1965
  • The Sleepers 1968
  • The Change-Child 1969 (Note that this is actually a prequel to Beneath the Hill, and thus might be regarded as part of the Abaloc series)
  • Mindy's Mysterious Miniature 1970
  • The Ice Ghosts Mystery 1972
  • Parsley, Sage, Rosemary, and Time 1975
  • The Magical Cupboard 1976
  • Poor Tom's Ghost 1977
  • The Bassumtyte Treasure 1978
  • Ghost Lane 1979
  • The Great Flood Mystery 1985
  • The Lotus Cup 1986
  • Back in the Beforetime 1987
  • Me, Myself, and I 1987
  • Little, Little Sister 1988
  • The Big Smith Snatch 1989
  • What the Dickens 1991
  • The Christmas Knight 1993
  • The Great Smith House Hustle 1993
  • Robin Hood and His Merry Men 1994
  • Robin Hood in the Greenwood 1995
  • Moon Window 1996
  • Dark Shade 1998
  • Stupid Life 1999
  • Turtle Island: Tales of the Algonquian Nation 1999
  • The Wonderful Sky Boat: And Other Native American Tales of the Southeast 2001
  • The Egyptian Box 2002
  • Hold Up the Sky: And Other Native American Tales from Texas and the Southern Plains 2003
  • Brave Cloelia 2004
  • The Black Canary 2005

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