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Julia Woolfolk Cunningham

Julia Woolfolk Cunningham, American author. Member Authors Guild.

Background

  • Cunningham, Julia Woolfolk was born on October 4, 1916 in Spokane. Daughter of John George and Sue (Larabie) Cunningham.

  • Education

    • Graduate, St. Anne's School, Charlottesville, Virginia, 1933.

    Works

    • Onion Journey
    • In the empty cottage teh small boy awoke remembering two things: that this was the day of Crhistmas Eve and that his grandmother was not to be back for three days.
    • Candle Tales
    • Each of six animals--cat, mouse, gull, dog, squirrel, and pig--tells a story in verse about himself to earn a candle and celebrate an old man's birthday.
    • Oaf
    • Eight-year-old Oaf, seeking his fortune with a band of talking animals, seeks to rescue five dwarfs and a dancing fox from their cruel master.
    • A Mouse Called Junction
    • Discontent with the complete coziness of his life, the littlest and last of a large family of mice leaves home searching for danger.

    Membership

    Member Authors Guild.

    Connections

    • father: John George Cunningham
    • mother: Sue (Larabie) Cunningham
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    Born October 4, 1916
    Died February 27, 2008
    (aged 91)
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    • 1933
      St. Anne's School