Edward Tripp

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For the Australian communist, see Ted Tripp.

Edward Tripp (March 9, 1920, National City, California – April 6, 1999, Franklin, North Carolina) was a children's literature author. He is best known for his books The Tin Fiddle (1954) (illustrated by Maurice Sendak) and The New Tuba (1955) (illustrated by Veronica Reed). He died in 1999 at the age of 79.[1]