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Alexander, Lloyd Chudley

Born: 1924 AD
Currently alive, at 91 years of age.

Nationality: American
Categories: Authors


1924 - Alexander was born in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania on the 30th of January.


1940 - Attended and graduated from Upper Darby High School.


1943 - Joined the United States Army during World War II.


1944 - After his training in Wales, he was promoted to staff sergeant in intelligence and counterintelligence.


1946 - Went to study at the University of Paris where he met his wife, Janine Denni. They were married the same year.


1955 - Wrote and published his first book entitled "And Let the Credit Go".


1956 - Wrote the book entitled "My Five Tigers".


1958 - Wrote the book entitled "August Bondi: Border Hawk".


1960 - Wrote the book entitled "Aaron Lopez: The Flagship Hope".


1963 - Wrote the books entitled "Fifty Years in the Doghouse and Time Cat: The Remarkable Journeys of Jason & Gareth".


1964-1970 - Wrote the novel series entitled "The Chronicles of Prydain". He also published two books entitled "The Truthful Harp and The Marvelous Misadventures of Sebastian".


1971 - Wrote the book entitled "The King's Fountain".


1972 - Wrote the book entitled "The Four Donkeys".


1973 - Wrote the book entitled "The Cat Who Wished to be a Man".


1978 - Wrote the book entitled "The First Two Lives of Lucas-Kasha".


1986 - Alexander won the "Regina Medal for Lifetime Achievement from the Catholic Library Association".


1991 - Wrote the book entitled "The Remarkable Journey of Prince Jen".


1992 - Wrote the book entitled "The Fortune-Tellers".


1997 - Wrote the book entitled "The Iron Ring".


1999 - Wrote the book entitled "Gypsy Rizka".


2000 - Wrote the book entitled "How the Cat Swallowed Thunder".


2002 - Wrote the book entitled "The Rope Trick".


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