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Caddie Woodlawn Resources & Further Study

Carol Ryrie Brink
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For Further Reference

Hopkins, Lee Bennett. "Carol Ryrie Brink." In More Books by More People.

New York: Citation Press, 1974. In this collection of interviews with sixty-five authors of books for young adults.

Brink discusses how Caddie Woodlawn came to be written, her feelings about the book four decades later, and her writing habits in general.

Odland, Norine. "Carol Ryrie Brink and Caddie Woodlawn." Elementary English 45 (April 1968): 425-428. This article discusses the book as a classic for young adults and relates some interesting anecdotes about Brink's early life and writing aspirations as well as her grandmother's reactions to the book.

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