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by William Corbin. McGraw
Author: William Corbin. McGraw
Publisher: Putnam Pub Group (January 1971)
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William Corbin (McGraw) (born January 22, 1916 in Des Moines, Iowa, died June 6, 1999 in Portland, Oregon) was the author of books for adults and children. He started his writing career as a newspaperman and later married Eloise Jarvis McGraw, also an author. Corbin became more serious about writing fiction and moved into a house with a 23-acre filbert orchard to do so. Several of Corbin's works received awards.
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The prettiest gargoyle. So he becomes a gargoyle-watcher and discovers a live, pretty girl way up on Notre Dame, said to have been kidnapped, actually a runaway from her rich uncle. He brings her peanut butter and jelly sandwiches; talks to her; and ultimately, after a scuffle with the police, effects her return home. Not quite another miracle for Our Lady of Paris, but a general act of faith all around.
William Corbin McGraw and Eloise Jarvis McGraw, husband and wife, were . When Corbin’s son Peter left a little plaster reproduction of a gargoyle of Notre Dame at the house, the author was inspired to write The Prettiest.
William Corbin McGraw and Eloise Jarvis McGraw, husband and wife, were award-winning Oregon authors of children and young adult books. Corbin was born in Des Moines, Iowa, on January 22, 1916, to Frank Irving McGraw and Grace Corbin. William Corbin-the name he used for his books-wrote a dozen children’s books between 1952 and 1991. The first, Deadline (1952), was published in the same year that the McGraws bought a twenty-three-acre filbert orchard and moved to Wilsonville, Oregon. When Corbin’s son Peter left a little plaster reproduction of a gargoyle of Notre Dame at the house, the author was inspired to write The Prettiest Gargoyle (1971).
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McGraw had a very strong interest in history, and among the many books she wrote for children are Greensleeves, The Seventeenth Swap, and Mara, Daughter of. .She was married to William Corbin McGraw, who died in 1999. They had two children, Peter and Lauren.
McGraw had a very strong interest in history, and among the many books she wrote for children are Greensleeves, The Seventeenth Swap, and Mara, Daughter of the Nile. A Lewis Carroll Shelf Award was given to Moccasin Trail in 1963.