Material was donated by Harper and Row in October 1979.
Noncirculating; available for research.
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Betsy Byars was born on August 7,1928 in Charlotte, North Carolina. She attended Furman University from 1946-1948 and received a bachelor's degree from Queens College in 1950. Ms. Byars has written over 35 books for children and won numerous awards, including the Newbery Medal in 1971 for Summer of the Swans(1970). She is most noted for her ability to characterize the troubled lives of youngsters with humor and sensitivity.
A. BooksGoodbye, Chicken Little by Betsy Byars (New York: Harper & Row, 1979). 1/1-1/2 Galleys, labeled as "copy-edited", 1/1 pp. 1-61. 1/2 pp. 62-102. 1/3-1/4 Galleys, labeled as "master set", 1/3 Front matter, 5 pp.; pp. 1-57. 1/4 pp. 58-103. 1/5 Galley, for jacket blurb and front matter, 3 items.
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