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Chamberlin, Rich (Richard Chamberlin)

Chamberlin, Rich

(Richard Chamberlin)

Personal

Married; wife's name Mary (a writer). Education: Attended college. Hobbies and other interests: Travel, shadow puppets.

Addresses

Home—Naperville, IL. E-mail—[email protected]

Career

Engineer and author.

Member

Society of Children's Book Writers and Illustrators.

Awards, Honors

Gold Award, Oppenheim Toy Portfolio, 2006, for Mama Panya's Pancakes.

Writings

(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.

Sidelights

For Sidelights, see entry on Mary Chamberlin.

Biographical and Critical Sources

PERIODICALS

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.

ONLINE

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."

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