Karleen Bradford

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Karleen Bradford
Born16 December 1936
OccupationAuthor
GenreChildren's Literature

Karleen Bradford (born December 16, 1936) is a Canadian children's author.

Born in Toronto, Ontario, Bradford moved to Argentina as a child. She returned to Canada to attend university, and after graduation, she spent 34 years in different parts of the world as a wife of a Foreign Service Officer.

Bradford's novel Dear Canada: With Nothing But Our Courage is a historical novel about a Loyalist family in the United States after the American Revolution. [1]

Published Books

  • A Year for Growing - 1977 (republished as Wrong Again Robby - 1983)
  • The Other Elizabeth - 1982
  • I Wish There Were Unicorns - 1983
  • The Stone in the Meadow - 1983
  • The Nine Days Queen - 1986
  • Windward Island - 1989 (winner of the 1990 Max and Greta Ebel Award 1990)
  • There Will be Wolves - 1992 (winner of the 1993 Canadian Library Association Young
  • Thirteenth Child - 1994
  • Animal Heroes - 1995
  • Write Now! - 1996
  • Shadows on a Sword - 1996
  • More Animal Heroes - 1996
  • Dragonfire - 1997
  • The Haunting at Cliff House - 1998
  • 'A different Kind of Companion - 1998
  • Lionheart's Scribe - 1999
  • Whisperings of Magic - 2001
  • Dear Canada: With Nothing But Our Courage: The Loyalist Diary of Mary MacDonald, Johnstown, Quebec, 1783 - 2002
  • Angeline - 2004
  • You Can't Rush a Cat - 2004
  • The Scarlet Cross - 2006

References[edit]

  1. ^ Ruskin Bond, Puffin Good Reading Guide for Children New Delhi, Penguin Books India, ISBN 9780143335078 (p.171)

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