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Film, Video Natalie Babbitt

About this Item


  • Natalie Babbitt

Event Date

  • September 08, 2001


  • -  Natalie Babbitt, a resident of Providence, R.I., is a writer and illustrator of award-winning children's books. "Tuck Everlasting" won the American Library Association's Notable Book Award and the Christopher Award for juvenile fiction in 1976. Other books recently reissued in paperback include "The Search for Delicious," "Kneeknock Rise," "The Devil's Storybook" and "The Eyes of the Amaryllis."

Running Time

  • 30 minutes 41 seconds

Online Format

  • video
  • image

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