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Richard Peck
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For Further Reference

Gallo, Donald R. Presenting Richard Peck.

Twayne, 1989.

Mercier, Jean F. "PW Interviews: Richard Peck," Publishers Weekly (March 14, 1980).

Peck, Richard. "Autobiography Feature: Richard Peck," Something about the Author, Vol. 110. Edited by Alan Hedblad.

Gale Group, 2000, pp. 159-70. Peck writes about himself and his work in an essay illustrated with photographs.

"Richard Peck." In Fifth Book of Junior Authors and Illustrators. Edited by Sally Holmes Holtze. H. W. Wilson Co., 1983.

"Richard Peck." In Children's Literature Review, Vol. 15. Edited by Gerard J. Senick.

Gale, 1988, pp. 146-66.

"Richard Peck." In Authors & Illustrators for Young Adults, Vol. 24. Edited by Thomas McMahon. Gale, 1998, pp. 151-61. Coverage includes personal information, awards and honors, a comprehensive bibliography of Peck's writings, and an overview of his life and work.

Silvey, Anita, ed. Essay on Peck in Children's Books and Their Creators. Houghton, 1995, pp. 512-14.

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