Mabel Robinson

Helen Hull & Mabel Robinson Mabel Louise Robinson (July 19, 1874 – February 21, 1962) was an American writer of children's books. She was passionate about writing books for young adults. Her "primary goal in life [was to] write books for young women, showcasing the protagonists worth, intelligence, and sensitivity". Robinson reached her goal by “bring[ing] realistic and believable young adult problems to modern girl readers looking not only for excitement and fun but for honestly and reality as well. Additionally,… [she] created vivid characters with whom girls could easily identify ”. Robinson was a runner-up for the annual Newbery Medal twice. Provided by Wikipedia
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...Robinson, Mabel Louise, 1874-1962. Bright Island....
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...Robinson, Mabel Louise, 1874-1962. Dr. Tam O'Shanter....
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