Talk:My Father's Dragon
|WikiProject Novels / Fantasy||(Rated Start-class, Mid-importance)|
|WikiProject Children's literature||(Rated Start-class, Mid-importance)|
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By NYPL children's librarian Elizabeth Bird,
- 2009-07-23 – Gannett visits NYPL anonymously, ... "she was too shy to drop off the manuscript at Random House, so her stepmother's [illustrator's] maid dropped it off instead"
- 2012-05-28Top 100 Children's Novels #49 – "Class after class of third graders sat there, jaws literally agape, as I read"; "Gannett's future husband Peter Kahn helped create the maps of Tangerian and Wild Island."