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Web Archive Annie Barrows

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About this Item

Title

  • Annie Barrows

Summary

  • "Annie Barrows (born 1962 in San Diego, California) is an American editor and author. She is best known for the Ivy and Bean series of children's books, but she has written several other books for adult readers as well. Barrows was the second of two girls (her sister is two years older). She was born in San Diego, near the southern border of the state of California. However, when she was three weeks old the family moved to a small town, San Anselmo, in Northern California. She spent considerable time during her childhood in the town's children's library, where she eventually got a part-time job (during her junior high school years) maintaining the books and reshelving them. Barrows attended UC Berkeley, originally majoring in English Literature, but graduating in Medieval History. She worked as an editor, then decided to turn to writing. She enrolled in a writing school, then began writing books for adults. Barrows is married. She has two daughters." -- Summary retrieved on October 7, 2019 http://dbpedia.org/resource/Annie_Barrows

Created / Published

  • United States.

Genre

  • website

Form

  • electronic

Repository

  • Library of Congress, Washington, D.C., 20540 USA

Source Url

  • http://anniebarrows.com/

Access Condition

  • None

Scopes

  • -  anniebarrows.com (domain)

Online Format

  • web page

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Chicago citation style:

Annie Barrows. United States, 2010. Web Archive. https://www.loc.gov/item/lcwaN0026764/.

APA citation style:

(2010) Annie Barrows. United States. [Web Archive] Retrieved from the Library of Congress, https://www.loc.gov/item/lcwaN0026764/.

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Annie Barrows. United States, 2010. Web Archive. Retrieved from the Library of Congress, <www.loc.gov/item/lcwaN0026764/>.