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Eve Bunting


Notable on her behalf works of children’s and youthful mature literature, she received a Golden Kite Award on her behalf 1976 work YET ANOTHER Air travel and an Edgar Award on her behalf 1992 children’s mystery novel Coffin on the Case! During the period of her profession, she published a lot more than 250 books. Before you begin her literary profession, she studied at Methodist University and Queen’s School (both in North Ireland) and took composing classes at Pasadena Town University (in California, U.S.A.). She released her first tale, “BOTH Giants,” in 1971. She trained creative writing on the School of California, LA. Blessed to Mary Canning Bolton and Sloan Edmund Bolton in Maghera, North Ireland, she afterwards resided in Scotland and america with her hubby, Edward Davison Bunting, and her kids Glenn, Sloan, and Christine. She and Martin Waddell are both popular North Irish-born children’s writers.

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Full Name Eve Bunting
Date Of Birth December 19, 1928
Place Of Birth Northern Ireland
Profession Young Adult Author
Education Methodist College Belfast
Nationality British
Parents Mary Bolton, Sloan Edmund Bolton
Awards Regina Medal, Edgar Award for Best Juvenile, Golden Kite Award for Picture Book Text, Golden Kite Award for Fiction, Storyteller Award
Nominations Edgar Award for Best Young Adult, Jane Addams Children's Book Award
Star Sign Sagittarius

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