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According to note in LC authority record for Amy Butler Greenfield " E-mail from author, Feb. 8, 2005 (worried about marketing and mis-shelving issues my publishers had concerns about using the same name for adult nonfiction books (like "A Perfect Red") & fiction for young children (like "Virginia Bound"); so we went with "Amy Butler" for the childrens’ novels and "Amy Butler Greenfield" for the nonfiction adult books)"

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Amy Butler Greenfield was born in Philadelphia, she grew up in the Adirondacks, and she studied imperial Spain, the ancient Americas, and Renaissance Europe as a Marshall Scholar at Oxford. She now lives with her husband near Boston, where she writes award-winning books about history and adventure for both children and adults.
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According to note in LC authority record for Amy Butler Greenfield " E-mail from author, Feb. 8, 2005 (worried about marketing and mis-shelving issues my publishers had concerns about using the same name for adult nonfiction books (like "A Perfect Red") & fiction for young children (like "Virginia Bound"); so we went with "Amy Butler" for the childrens’ novels and "Amy Butler Greenfield" for the nonfiction adult books)"

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