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Commire, Anne, ed. "Fleischman, Paul." In Something About the Author.

Vol. 39. Detroit: Gale Research, 1985.

A brief listing of the highlights of Fleischman's life and career.

Fleischman, Paul. "Newbery Medal Acceptance." Horn Book (July/August 1989): 442-449. Fleischman tells a little about himself and mentions several of his works.

——. "Paul Fleischman." In Fifth Book of Junior Authors & Illustrators. Edited by S. H. Holtze. New York: H. W. Wilson, 1983: 114-116. An autobiographical article that mentions Fleischman's interest in music. This should be read together with "Sound and Sense."

——. "Sound and Sense." Horn Book (September/October 1986): 551-555.

Fleischman tells how he emphasizes the sounds of words when he writes.

Fleischman, Sid. "Paul Fleischman." In Horn Book (July/August 1989): 452455. Sid Fleisehman is Paul's father.

He describes his son as intelligent and curious.

Graustein, Jeannette E. Thomas Nuttall, Naturalist: Explorations in America, 1808-1841. Cambridge, MA: Harvard University Press...

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Townsend's Warbler from Beacham's Encyclopedia of Popular Fiction and Beacham's Guide to Literature for Young Adults. ©2005-2006 Thomson Gale, a part of the Thomson Corporation. All rights reserved.
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