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Author photo. Shari Lewis with her puppets Lambchop and Charlie Horse

Shari Lewis with her puppets Lambchop and Charlie Horse

Shari Lewis (1933–1998)

Author of One-Minute Bible Stories: Old Testament

Includes the names: Shari Lewis, Inc. Shari Lewis Enterprises

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Shari Lewis and her sock puppets were among the biggest stars of children's television in the 1950s to 1970s. In addition to performing, Lewis also wrote and produced shows for young viewers and won 12 Emmys, 7 Parents' Choice Awards, a Peabody Award and an Action for Children's Television Award during her career. She also wrote more than 60 books.
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