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Jonathan (Paul) London (1947-)

Awards, Honors

Ina Coolbrith Circle Award for Poetry, 1979; Parent-Teacher Association (PTA) scholarship, 1984; Teachers' choice selection, International Reading Association (IRA), 1993, for Thirteen Moons on Turtle's Back; American Booksellers for Children (ABC) award, 1993, for The Eyes of Grey Wolf; Best Book awards, Child magazine, for Like Butter on Pancakes and Dream Weaver; Best books of the year designation, School Library Journal, 1995, for Like Butter on Pancakes and 1996, for Red Wolf Country; Best Book citation, Time magazine, 1996, for Fireflies, Fireflies, Light My Way; Parent's Choice Gold Award, 1997, for Ali: Child of the Desert; The Owl Who Became the Moon, Where's Home?, and Ice Bear and Little Fox named Bankstreet College children's literature choices; "Froggy" series named IRA/Children's Book Council children's choices.

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Brief BiographiesBiographies: C(hristopher) J(ohn) Koch Biography - C.J. Koch comments: to Sir (Alfred Charles) Bernard Lovell (1913– ) BiographyJonathan (Paul) London (1947-) Biography - Awards, Honors, Writings, Sidelights - Personal, Addresses, Career, Member, Adaptations