Noncirculating ; available for research.
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Bette Killion was born in Center Point, Indiana. She has six children and numerous grandchildren who provide inspiration for her writings. She has published numerous stories for young readers, and The Same Wind was her first book for children. She lives in Reelsville, Indiana where she is a librarian.
Scope and Content
The collection contains edited galleys, jacket text, and layout instructions for the printer for two books. The Same Wind answers a young girl s question about the range of the wind. The Apartment House Tree tells about several small animals and insects that live in a large tree.
Series and Subseries
A. Books (1989-1993)
Box/Folder A. Books (1989-1993) The Apartment Tree House by Bette Killion, illustrations by Mary Szilagyi (New York: Harper & Row, 1992). 1/1 Typescript with typesetter s marks, Jacket text, 3 pp. Front matter, 5 pp. Body, 2 pp. 1/2 Galley of jacket text, 3 pp. 1/3 Galleys, 3 versions, 6 pp. Galley, front matter, 4 pp. 1/4 Dummy, pp. 1-22. The Same Wind by Bette Killion, illustrations by Barbara Bustetter Falk (New York: HarperCollins, 1989). 1/4 Typescript, Front matter, 5 pp. Jacket text, 4 pp. Text, 6 pp. 1/5 Galley of jacket text and copyright notice, 3 pp. Master proof, 7 pp. Think of It by Bette Killion, illustrated by Denise Saldutti (New York: HarperCollins, 1993). 1/7 Correspondence, 1983-1987, 5 items. Contract, 7 pp. 1/8 Galley, 7 pp. Review, 1 item.
The de Grummond Children's Literature Collection
The University of Southern Mississippi
118 College Drive, #5148
Hattiesburg, MS 39406-0001
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