Ann Grifalconi is confirmed dead at the age of 90.
Ann was best known as a American author and illustrator.
Death was likely due to complications from dementia.
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RT @nytimesbooks: “It was not until I was almost full-grown and left my village that I found our village was like no other,” it began…
RT @nytimesbooks: Ann Grifalconi, who drew on different cultures to write and illustrate dozens of well-regarded children’s books, no…
RT @nytimesbooks: Ann Grifalconi, who drew on different cultures to write and illustrate dozens of well-regarded children’s books, no…
RT @nytimesbooks: Ann Grifalconi, who drew on different cultures to write and illustrate dozens of well-regarded children’s books, no…
RT @nytimesbooks: Ann Grifalconi, who drew on different cultures to write and illustrate dozens of well-regarded children’s books, no…
RT @nytimesbooks: Ann Grifalconi, who drew on different cultures to write and illustrate dozens of well-regarded children’s books, no…
RT @nytimesbooks: Ann Grifalconi, who drew on different cultures to write and illustrate dozens of well-regarded children’s books, no…
RT @nytimesbooks: Ann Grifalconi, who drew on different cultures to write and illustrate dozens of well-regarded children’s books, no…
RT @nytimesbooks: Ann Grifalconi, who drew on different cultures to write and illustrate dozens of well-regarded children’s books, no…
RT @nytimesbooks: Ann Grifalconi, who drew on different cultures to write and illustrate dozens of well-regarded children’s books, no…
Ann Grifalconi, who drew on different cultures to write and illustrate dozens of well-regarded children’s books, no…
Ann Grifalconi, whose children’s books bridged cultures, dies at 90
RT @nytimesbooks: “It was not until I was almost full-grown and left my village that I found our village was like no other,” it began…
RT @nytimesbooks: “It was not until I was almost full-grown and left my village that I found our village was like no other,” it began…
RT @nytimesbooks: “It was not until I was almost full-grown and left my village that I found our village was like no other,” it began…
RT @nytimesbooks: “It was not until I was almost full-grown and left my village that I found our village was like no other,” it began…
“It was not until I was almost full-grown and left my village that I found our village was like no other,” it began…
Ann Grifalconi, Whose Children’s Books Bridged Cultures, Dies at 90
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