Remembering the Good Times Resources & Further Study

Richard Peck
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Crew, Hilary. "Blossom Culp and Her Ilk: The Independent Female in Richard Peck's YA Fiction." Top of the News 43 (Spring 1987): 297-301. Discusses the role of the strong female character such as Kate Lucas and Polly Prior and their importance in Peck's novels.

Garrett, Agnes and Helga P. McCue, eds. Authors & Artists for Young People. Vol. 1. Detroit: Gale, 1989. Presents an overview of Peck's life and career as a writer with extensive comments from Peck about his work.

Holtze, S., ed. Fifth Book of ]unior Authors and Illustrators. New York: H.W.

Wilson, 1983. Contains bio-graphical information and Peck's comments on his life.

Metzger, Linda, ed. Contemporary Authors. New Revision Series. Vol. 19.

Detroit: Gale, 1987. Includes background information on Peck, a commentary on the importance of his works, and the text of a telephone interview with Peck on February 14, 1986.

Peck, Richard. Anonymously Yours. New York: Julian Messner, 1992. Pulls...

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