|Statement||by Richard Walser.|
|Contributions||North Carolina. State Dept. of Archives and History.|
|LC Classifications||PS266.N8 W3 1966|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||iv, 70 p.|
|Number of Pages||70|
|LC Control Number||67064275|
Get this from a library! Young reader's picturebook of Tar Heel authors. [Richard Walser; Mary Reynolds Peacock; North Carolina. Division of Archives and History.] -- A collection of biographical sketches of more than seventy North Carolinian authors writing for young people. Get this from a library! Young readers' picturebook of Tar Heel authors. [Richard Walser; North Carolina. State Department of Archives and History.]. References: The Coastland Times, 3 June Fayetteville Observer, 6 Nov. "The Hatterasman: Ben Dixon MacNeill," Manteo Coastlander, September Raleigh News and Observer, 13 Aug. Richard Walser, Young Readers' Picturebook of Tar Heel Authors (). Additional Resources. References: North Carolina Authors (). William S. Powell, ed., North Carolina Lives () Richard Walser, Young Readers' Picturebook of Tar Heel Authors () Who's Who in the South and Southwest (). Frances McBryde Worth (Greensboro) to Richard Walser, 20 Apr. (Richard Walser Papers, Southern Historical Collection, University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill).
North Carolina is a place where history has been enriched by legends and folklore. The 48 colorful Tar Heel tales in this volume include such well-known stories as Virginia Dare and the White Doe and Old Dan Tucker and such lesser known yarns as The Portrait of Theodosia Burr and Bladenboro's Vamire Beast. Striking drawings by Bill Ballard, one Price Range: $ - $ SEE: North Carolina Authors (); Mary T. Tardy, The Living Female Writers of the South (); Richard Walser, Young Readers' Picturebook of Tar Heel Authors (). Titles by Mary Ann Bryan Mason available on this site. North Carolina is a place where history has been enriched by legends and folklore. Tales of mystery and the supernatural, stories about the famous and the infamous, well-known sayings that have become intertwined with historical facts -- all add spice to the flavor of the Tar Heel State's development/5. Biographical publications in the collection consist of a pamphlet entitled North Carolina Writers by Walter Spearman, two copies of the The Monthly Supplement (April ) of the Marquis biographical reference works, a pamphlet entitled Young Readers' Picturebook of Tar Heel Authors, the Fall edition of The Rebel, and the edition of.
(shelved 1 time as folklore-children) avg rating — 2, ratings — published North Carolina: Young Readers' Picturebook of Tar Heel Authors: Richard Walser: North Carolina *periodical: Carolina Genealogist: North Carolina *periodical: Journal of the Genealogical Society of Rowan Co., NC: Genealogical Society of Rowan Co. NC: North Carolina *periodical: North & South Carolina Queries. Young Readers' PICTUREBOOK of Tar Heel Authors: Richard Walser: The Magic School Bus Artic Adventure: Scholastic Reader: The Sky-Watchers: Patricia Baehr: Ripeley's Believe It or Not! Special Edition Scholastic: BB: Weather and Climate: Yanitzia Canetti: The Rise and Fall of Galloping Gertie: Bruce Goldstone: Pterodactyls and Pizza. Photograph of Mary Ann Bryan Mason from Richard Walser, Young Readers Picturebook of Tar Heel Authors (Raleigh: N.C. Department of Cultural Resources, ) Mary Bryan Mason was known for her considerable talent as a musician, painter, and sculptor.