Phyllis Reynolds Naylor (nee Reynolds)
Currently alive, at 80 years of age.
1933 - Born on the 4th of January in Anderson, Indiana.
1960 -The author married Dr. Rex Naylor, a speech pathologist; the couple has two children, Jeffrey and Michael.
1965 - Naylor published her first book, The Galloping Goat and Other Stories, a collection of stories originally published in magazines.
1977 - She published Crazy Love: An Autobiographical Account of Marriage and Madness, an adult nonfiction title about her experience.
1983 - The Mad Gasser of Bessledorf Street.
1985 - The Agony of Alice.
1982 - A String of Chances.
1989 - She published The Craft of Writing the Novel, an informational book for adults.
1992 - She is perhaps best known as the author of Shiloh, a story for middle graders about a West Virginia boy and an abused dog that won the Newbery Medal.
2003 - Bernie Magruder & the Bats in the Belfry.
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