Quotes by Elizabeth Winthrop

"...They eat everything alive. People, dogs, horses. Everything with flesh on it. So many of them crawling. Everywhere. Leaving the bones behind."

Books by Elizabeth Winthrop

  • Dumpy La Rue
  • 139 ratings
  • May 1st 2004 by Henry Holt and Co. (BYR)

    (first published 2001)

  • Shoes
  • 129 ratings
  • February 23rd 1988 by HarperCollins

    (first published 1986)

  • Island Justice
  • 128 ratings
  • May 1st 1999 by Quill

    (first published January 1st 1998)

Elizabeth Winthrop
  • Elizabeth Winthrop

  • Date of birth: September 14
  • Born: in Washington, D.C. , The United States.

  • Description:
    ELIZABETH WINTHROP ALSOP (www.elizabethwinthrop.com), is the author of over sixty works of fiction for all ages, including ISLAND JUSTICE and IN MY MOTHER'S HOUSE, both available as e-books. Her short story, The Golden Darters, was selected by Best American Short Stories by Robert Stone and was recently read on SELECTED SHORTS by the renowned actress, Ann Dowd. Under the name Elizabeth Winthrop Alsop, she is the author of the memoir piece, Don't Knock Unless You're Bleeding; Growing Up in Cold War Washington. She has recently completed a personal history about her parents' love affair during World War II, entitled DAUGHTER OF SPIES: Wartime Secrets, Family Lies. The daughter of Stewart Alsop, the political journalist, she divides her time between New York City and the Berkshires. Her historical novel, COUNTING ON GRACE was chosen as a Notable Book of the Year by the American Library Association, the National Council of Social Studies, the International Reading Association and the Children’s Book Council among others. The novel has also been nominated for state book awards in Vermont, Virginia, Kentucky, Kansas, Missouri,Indiana, Hawaii and Arizona.THE CASTLE IN THE ATTIC and its sequel, THE BATTLE FOR THE CASTLE, were nominated for twenty-three state book awards and are considered children’s fantasy classics. Her popular picture books include DUMPY LA RUE, SHOES,DOG SHOW, SQUASHED IN THE MIDDLE and most recently, THE FIRST CHRISTMAS STOCKING and THE BIGGEST PARADE. Two of her recent books for older children are THE RED-HOT RATTOONS, a comic fantasy novel and DEAR MR. PRESIDENT, Letters from a Milltown Girl, a work of historical fiction set in western Massachusetts.For more information, www.elizabethwinthrop.com