Additional Resources for Wolf by the Ears by Ann Rinaldi

Ann Rinaldi
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Adams, William Howard. Jefferson's Monticello. New York: Abbeville Press, 1983. The author gives an interesting account of Jefferson's famous estate.

Baron, Robert C. The Garden and Farm Books of Thomas Jefferson. Golden, CO: Fulcrum, 1987. This is a reprint of Jefferson's notebooks in which he recorded the plant and animal studies and observations he made at Monticello.

Bear, James Jr., and Edwin Morris Bettes, eds. The Family Letters of Thomas Jefferson. Charlottesville: Thomas Jefferson Memorial Foundation (University Press of Virginia), 1966.

Brodie, Fawn. "Thomas Jefferson's Unknown Grandchildren: a Study in Historical Silences." In American Heritage (October 1976): 28. The author, a professor of history at UCLA, is the person who suggested that Jefferson had children with Sally Hemings, one of his slaves.

Cooper, Ilene. Review. In Booklist 87 (1991): 1125. This is a short evaluation of the novel. The author stresses the sensitive nature of the topic of slavery.

Shook, Bruce Ann. Review...

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