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Rinaldi, Ann


RINALDI, Ann. American, b. 1934. Genres: Young adult fiction. Career: Writer; Somerset Messenger Gazette, Somerset, NJ, author of column, 1969- 70; Trentonian, Trenton, NJ, feature writer and author of column, 1970-. Publications: YOUNG ADULT FICTION: Term Paper, 1980; Promises Are for Keeping, 1982; But in the Fall I'm Leaving, 1985; Time Enough for Drums, 1986; The Good Side of My Heart, 1987; The Last Silk Dress, 1988; A Ride into Morning: The Story of Tempe Wick, 1991; Wolf by the Ears, 1991; A Break with Charity: A Story about the Salem Witch Trials, 1992; In My Father's House, 1992; Hang a Thousand Trees with Ribbons: The Story of Phillis Wheatley, 1996; The Blue Door, 1996; Keep Smiling Through, 1996; Mine Eyes Have Seen, 1997; An Acquaintance with Darkness, 1997; The Second Bend in the River, 1997; Cast Two Shadows, 1998; Ameila's War, 1999; My Heart is on the Ground, 1999; Coffin Quilt, 1999; The Journal of Jasper Jonathan Pierce, 2000; Education of Mary, 2000; The Staircase, 2000; The Girl in Blue, 2001; Numbering All the Bones, 2002; Taking Liberty, 2002; Millicent's Gift, 2002; Ride into Morning, 2003; Or Give Me Death, 2003; The Secret of Sarah Revere, 2003; Mutiny's Daughter, 2004. Address: 302 Miller Ave., Somerville, NJ 08876, U.S.A.

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