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On Writing or Thank You Maud Hart Lovelace

By Sherry Harris writing on a windy day

As a published author I’ve been asked more often why I write, so I’ve thought about it a lot. 410 more words

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Elizabeth Riley, Maud's Editor

Elizabeth Riley was Maud’s editor for the Betsy-Tacy books. She was born on the West Side of Manhattan, graduated from New York University in 1928 and received a master’s degree from Columbia University two years later. 438 more words



“Find out what flowers she wants for her bouquet,” called Paige. 

“Anything, and forget-me-nots,” said Betsy.

“I’m never going to forget you, honey.”

“I just want to be sure.” 218 more words

Maud Hart Lovelace (Betsy Ray)