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Pulitzer Prize winners

The Americanization of Edward Bok - The autobiography of a Dutch boy fifty years after his emigration. Pulitzer Prize winner - 1921

The Magnificent Ambersons - Pulitzer Prize winner - 1919.

Miss Lulu Bett - The story of a household drudge into whose life came unusual romance. Adapted for the stage, Miss Lulu Bett won the Pulitzer Prize for Drama in 1921.

A Daughter of the Middle Border - A continuation of that intimate social history of Midland American which Garland started in "A Son of the Middle Border." The cosmopolitan life of the author, his home in West Salem, his literary experiences in Chicago, Washington, and London, his love-story, all make up an autobiographic record with the zest and flavor of a novel. Won the 1922 Pulitzer Prize for Biography.

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Author of the Day

C.A. Huggins
C.A. Huggins has always been a big fan of the sci-fi, horror and post-apocalyptic genres but always wanted to create his own universe with a different take on your typical heroes and villains. He did exactly that in Scattered Screams. As our author of the day, he chats about familial relationships and why they are so important in this book and explains why he added pack attack coyotes to the mix.
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