Chamberlin, Rich (Richard Chamberlin)
Married; wife's name Mary (a writer). Education: Attended college. Hobbies and other interests: Travel, shadow puppets.
Home—Naperville, IL. E-mail—[email protected]
Engineer and author.
Society of Children's Book Writers and Illustrators.
Gold Award, Oppenheim Toy Portfolio, 2006, for Mama Panya's Pancakes.
(With wife, Mary Chamberlin) Mama Panya's Pancakes: A Village Tale from Kenya, illustrated by Julia Cairns, Barefoot Books (Cambridge, MA), 2005.
Contributor, with Mary Chamberlin, of short fiction and articles to periodicals; author of educational materials.
For Sidelights, see entry on Mary Chamberlin.
Biographical and Critical Sources
Kirkus Reviews, March 1, 2005, review of Mama Panya's Pancakes: A Village Tale from Kenya, p. 285.
School Library Journal, May, 2005, Genevieve Gallagher, review of Mama Panya's Pancakes, p. 78.
Barefoot Books Web site,http://www.barefootbooks.com/ (February 12, 2007), "Mary and Rich Chamberlin."
Mary and Rich Chamberlin Home Page,http://www.richnmarywriters.com (February 12, 2007).
Society of Children's Book Writers and Illustrators—Illinois Chapter Web site,http://www.scbwi-illinois.org/ (February 12, 2007), "Mary and Rich Chamberlin."
"Chamberlin, Rich (Richard Chamberlin)." Something About the Author. . Encyclopedia.com. (September 23, 2018). http://www.encyclopedia.com/children/scholarly-magazines/chamberlin-rich-richard-chamberlin
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