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by Charlotte Zolotow
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  • Author:
    Charlotte Zolotow
  • ISBN:
    0690040873
  • ISBN13:
    978-0690040876
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  • Publisher:
    Harpercollins (February 1, 1981)
  • Pages:
    32 pages
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She was published by more than 20 different houses (many of which she has outlasted).

Zolotow, Charlotte, 1915-; McCully, Emily Arnold. A child reminisces about her old dear friend who now has a different friend, and though she is bereft, plans to find a new friend herself. no page number in the book.

Charlotte, your book IN MY GARDEN (the one that was originally published in 1960 . A picture-book update that does Zolotow's legacy proud. David wanting to try out his new camera (a Canon Vixia) so we took oit with us on a walk around Hastings.

Charlotte, your book IN MY GARDEN (the one that was originally published in 1960, with pictures by Roger Duvoisin, has just been reissued by Neal Porter, with glorious, tender, so-appealing illustrations by Phillip C Stead. Stead has carved out a spot in contemporary picture books after years of study of the form.

Charlotte’s books are listed alphabetically, by title, below. Named a Spring Book Festival honor book by the New York Herald Tribune, 1952. Illustrated by Roger Duvoisin.

A child reminisces about her old dear friend who now has a different friend, and though she is bereft, plans to find a new friend herself.

But then the friend takes up with another friend. The narrator cries, then dreams of a new friend for herself, and wakes to look for her. .

She wrote about 70 picture book texts.

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A child reminisces about her old dear friend who now has a different friend, and though she is bereft, plans to find a new friend herself.