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Celebrate '80s Teen Queen Molly Ringwald's Most Memorable Roles

Thanks to her work with director John Hughes, Molly Ringwald was one of the most iconic teenagers in film history. The thing that set Ringwald apart was how relatable she was. 597 more words


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)

Washington and Lincoln

“You see, Washington and Abie are named for George Washington and Abraham Lincoln, and they have their birthdays this month. So I’d like to give a party for Washington and Abie. 387 more words

Maud Hart Lovelace (Betsy Ray)

A Valentine's Day Wedding

Mr. and Mrs. Henry C. Gerlach

request your presence at the wedding of their daughter,

Miss Marjorie Gerlach


Mr. Charles A. Harris

Thursday, February 14, 1918… 293 more words

Marjorie Gerlach (Tib)

“Orange Blossoms Everywhere” Unveiling

“April is the month when you smell orange blossoms wherever you go. Delossy suggests a book title: Orange Blossoms Everywhere.”   ~ Maud Hart Lovelace, diary entry April  25, 1957, Claremont, California… 393 more words

Maud Hart Lovelace (Betsy Ray)