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Richard Peck
  • Grew up in Decatur, Illinois
  • Birthday- April 5, 1934 Won the Newbary Prize Richard_Peck.jpg
  • First wrote first line a fiction on May 24, 1971
  • Moved to New York City and taught English at Glenbrook North High school
  • He wrote children’s books
  • He wrote A Long Way from Chicago, A Year Down Yonder, and Here Lies the Librarian
  • Books by Richard Peck.....

  • 1973: Dreamland Lake
  • 1973: Through a Brief Darkness
  • 1974: Representing Super Doll ISBN 9780380004164
  • 1976: Are You in the House Alone?
  • 1976: The Ghost Belonged to Me ISBN 0-670-33767-6
  • 1977: Ghosts I Have Been
  • 1977: Monster Night at Grandma's House
  • 1978: Father Figure
  • 1979: Secrets of the Shopping Mall
  • 1980: Amanda/Miranda
  • 1981: New York Time
  • 1983: The Dreadful Future of Blossom Culp
  • 1983: This Family of Women
  • 1985: Remembering the Good Times
  • 1986: Blossom Culp and the Sleep of Death
  • 1987: Princess Ashley
  • 1987: Write a Tale of Terror
  • 1988: Those Summer Girls I Never Met
  • 1989: Voices After Midnight
  • 1991: Unfinished Portrait of Jessica
  • 1993: Bel-Air Bambi and the Mall Rats
  • 1995: Lost in Cyberspace!
  • 1995: The Last Safe Place on Earth
  • 1996: The Great Interactive Dream Machine: Another Adventure in Cyberspace
  • 1998: London Holiday
  • 1998: A Long Way from Chicago
  • 1998: Strays Like Us
  • 2000: A Year Down Yonder
  • 2001: Fair Weather
  • 2003: The River Between Us
  • 2004: The Teacher's Funeral: A Comedy in Three Parts
  • 2006: Here Lies The Librarian
  • 2007: On the Wings of Heroes
  • 2009: A Season of Gifts
  • 2010: Three Quarters Dead
  • 2011: Secrets at Sea (illustrated by Kelly Murphy