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Website: Gail Radley
Current Residence: Deland, Florida
Genre: Children's Non-fiction, Drama, Family
Gail Radley is the author of books for children and young adults. Mainly fiction, her work includes several novels, picture books, short stories and a poetry anthology. Gail Radley is a lecturer in the English Department at Stetson University in DeLand, Florida. She holds a Master's degree in English from Stetson and a Bachelor's with an emphasis in creative writing from Mary Baldwin College.
The Vanishing From Series
Vanishing From Forests and Jungles (2001)
The Skies (2001)
Grasslands and Deserts (2001)
Nothing Stays the Same (2000)
The Flute Player and the Lazy One (1999)
Dear Gabby, Things Are Getting Out of Hand (1998)
Odd Man Out, a novel (1995): Junior Library Guild selection, Young Hoosier Award nominee
The Golden Days, a novel (1991): Highest Honor in Language Arts Elementary Novels by the Society of School Librarians International (SSLI), nominee for the South Carolina 1993-94 Book Awards.
CF In His Corner, a novel (1984): Notable 1984 Children's Trade Book in the Field of Social Studies, Sequoyah Children's Book Award Master List.
The First of May based on The Golden Days (1999)
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