What are some of the books Laura Numeroff has written?
Laura Numeroff is an American Children's book author. She is the author behind the popular children's title If you give a mouse a cookie as well as the What the mommie do best series. To date she has had 35 titles published.
Laura Ingalls Wilder wrote eight books, all of which are considered historical fiction. Sometimes they are labeled children's historical fiction, although adults enjoy them, too. They are: Little House in the Big Woods (1932) Farmer Boy (1933) Little House on the Prairie (1935) On The Banks of Plum Creek (1937) By The Shores of Silver Lake (1939) The Long Winter (1940) Little Town on the Prairie (1941) These Happy Golden Years (1943) There are many… Read More
Laura Sarratt has written: 'Some Surratt/Sarratt families in the United States, 1715-1980'
Helen Sewell (and Mildred Boyle for some books) was the first illustrator of the "Little House" books. In 1953, the new editions were published with Garth Williams' illustrations.
Some of the events are true,but she made some up.
Laura included some famous quotes in her books, ones that her family may have used. Those that come to mind are "Those that dance must pay the fiddler" and "there is no great loss without some gain". Both of those she attributed to her mother preaching.
What are books written about the nouveau riche in the 1920s
Some of the books Brandon Mull has written is the FableHaven series.
Laura did have a typewriter, but she wrote all of her books in longhand on lined tablet paper. She used her typewriter mostly for correspondence with her publishers, libraries and for writing some articles for magazines.
Bobby Flay has written many grill-themed books on cooking. He has written such books as "Bobby Flay's Grill It!" and "Bobby Flay's Grilling for Life".
Some good books that were written in the 1950s were Charlotte's Web written by E.B. White, The Catcher in the Rye written by J.D. Salinger, and Lord of the Flies written by William Golding. The Crucible written by Arthur Miller and The Lord of the Rings books were written by J.R.R. Tolkien.
Julian Opie has written over one book and is featured in some books.
William Beattie has written: 'Some early Scottish books' 'The Scottish tradition in printed books'
there are many books written by dr. jakir hussain but some of the famous books are abu kha ki bakri and mor ka hussan
She has written five quartets, so that it 20 books, then she has written the Tricksters books, two more, then the new Circle of Magic Series and the Beka Cooper series, which each have two books, with more on the way, so that is about 26 books, all together. (I think that I might have missed some, though.)
Stephanie Meyer has written a few books. Her most famous are the Twilight series books.
Jeremy Clarkson has written many books over the last few decades. Some of his books include " driven to Distraction", The world according to clarkson, and born to be riled.
Some books with good morals are Madeleine L' Engle's Wrinkle in Time series. Other good series would be Laura Ingalls Wilder Little House Books and Anne of Avonlea. Goodnet.org has a webpage on 25 Children’s Books to Teach Your Kids Meaningful Values.
One of the biggest books written by an anonymous author is the Bible. Other books have been written under pseudonyms were the author's real name is more hidden.
There are numerous books that have been written by the author Barbara Cartland. She has written over 700 books including the popular novel titled "The Wicked Marquis".
She never published her own books, she did edit many books for Viking Press and Doubleday, and has had many books written about her.
There were many books that were published in the 1800's. Some of the books were The Watsons, St. Irvyne, and Zastrozzi.
She has written quite a few, including the English Roses books, and some fairy tale type books.
She has written a large number of books. Some of her characters turn up in later books.
Newt Gingrich has written or co-authored 27 books. A Contract with the Earth, Drill Here, Drill Now, Pay Less, Lessons in Leadership and Lessons Learned the Hard Way are several of the books written by Newt Gingrich.
Laura didn't begin to write her books until she was in her 60's. She relied on the memories of her sisters to help her remember stories. Laura was the last surviving daughter of Charles and Caroline Ingalls, having lived to be 90 (1867-1957). Laura was the only Ingalls sister to bear children (Rose and an infant son who died un-named). She was also the first sister to get married.
See link below to see a google search for books written by Seymour Reit. Some titles may be repeated.
In 1954, Laura Ingalls Wilder was recognized by the American Library Association with an award that became The Laura Ingalls Wilder Award. On the Banks of Plum Creek, By the Shores of Silver Lake, Little Town on the Prairie, The Long Winter, Little Town on the Prairie, and These Happy Golden Years were named ALA Newbery Honor Books.
There are several books that include the word "twelfth" in the title. Some examples include "Twelfth Night" written by William Shakespeare, "Twelfth Planet" written by Zecharia Sitchin, and "The Twelfth Enchantment" written by David Liss.
Tom Clancy has written many books. Some including: Withoug Remorse, The hunt for red October, Clear and present danger and Patriot games.
The only one of Rose's books that has not been out of print for decades is "Let the Hurricane Roar", although it has now been published for some years under the name of "Young Pioneers". It's appeal was much the same as her mother's books, though the style is somewhat more "dated", but the stories are the stories of Pa and Ma Ingalls, and Laura and Almanzo. Rose was much read in the earlier years… Read More
J. Tupling has written: 'Some more old books for sale'
Jacqueline Wilson generally writes for children (usually girls), but she has written some adult books. Her books are usually about friendship.
Some of the best known books written by Kathryn Smith are, A Game of Scandal, Anna and the Duke, Emily and the Scot, Be mine Tonight, Snuffleheads, A seductive Offer.
During the whole time of the Middle Ages, books were written by hand, both the originals produced by authors, and whatever copies were made. They were usually written out in monasteries, though there were some commercial scribes who could copy books. This was true at the beginning of the era and at the end.
some 800 were written
Several, such as 'The Communist Manifesto' were written in collaboration with Friedrich Engels.
William Forbes Gray has written: 'Some old Scots judges' -- subject(s): Accessible book 'Books that count' -- subject(s): Best books
This is what I quoted which is the answer to your question; The books in the bible are named after Prophets and People in the bible. Some books are written by themselves or 1 person writes more than 1 book.
Fables' by Aesop, 'Little Women' by Louisa May Alcott, and the 'Little House on the Prairie' books by Laura Ingalls Wilder are some famous and popular story books with the names of the authors. Other famous books that would be included on this type of list are the books by Hans Christian Anderson that include 'The Ugly Duckling' and 'The Little Mermaid' as well as 'Grimm's Fairy Tales' by Jacob and Wilhelm Grimm.
In the Middle Ages, most books were produced by copyists who wrote them out by hand. Most of these people were monks, though a few were professional scribes for hire. Books were authored by any literate person who wished to do so, however, and this included some people who were of very ordinary background. Margery Kempe was such a person, the wife of a struggling merchant and author of the oldest extant autobiography written in… Read More
little house on the prarie, little houre in the big woods,on the banks of plum creek, the long winter, and these ten golden years
None of her works survived.
some 800 in her lifetime
One is " Search for the Shadowman".
Charles Thomas Jacobi has written: 'The printing of modern books' -- subject(s): Printing, Typesetting 'Some Notes on Books and Printing: A Guide for Authors, Publishers, & Others'
Some of the books that Deborah Ellis has written are: The Breadwinner Mud City Looking for X The Heaven Shop Bifocal
The Hunger Games Catching Fire Mockingjay By Suzanne Collins :) read them! They are some of the most well written books.
There are similarities of style and structure between the Books of Samuel and the Books of Kings. This is because they were written by the same author, whom some biblical scholars call the "Deuteronomist". They are part of an integrated series called the Deuteronomic history. Answer: According to tradition, the Book of Samuel was written by Samuel (and completed by Nathan), and Kings was written by Jeremiah (Talmud, Bava Bathra 14b). The similarity between the… Read More
Some of them are names after people because of who wrote them or inspired them. But a lot of the books are in fact letters to cities, Corinthians for example was written for the leaders in Corinth, although written by Paul.
Johannes Kepler wrote several books in his lifetime. Some of his books are Epitome of Copernican Astronomy and Harmonies of the World, Selections from Kepler's Astronomia Nova, and The Six-Cornered Snowflake.