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Amy Ehrlich has had a long and distinguished career in children's books, both as an author and an editor. Her books include Rachel, The Story of Rachel Carson and the retelling of many fairy tales like The Wild Swans, Cinderella, Thumbelina, The Snow Queen, Rapunzel and A Treasury of Princess Stories. Ehrlich is also a winner of The Dorothy Canfield Fisher Award for her novel Joyride, which was also chosen Booklist Choice Best Book of the Decade. (Bowker Author Biography)
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Cinderella {retold by Amy Ehrlich} 209 copies, 10 reviews
Thumbelina 178 copies, 5 reviews
The Story of Hanukkah 122 copies, 2 reviews
The Wild Swans 121 copies, 2 reviews
Where It Stops, Nobody Knows 98 copies, 7 reviews
Rapunzel 40 copies, 1 review
Baby Dragon 38 copies
Emma's New Pony 28 copies
Pome & Peel: A Venetian Tale 26 copies, 1 review
The Girl Who Wanted to Dance 24 copies, 2 reviews
The Dark Card 16 copies
Maggie and Silky and Joe 14 copies, 2 reviews
Everyday Train 10 copies
Kazam's Cards 5 copies
Kazam's Scarf 3 copies
Kazam All Wet 2 copies
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