Munro Leaf

Munro Leaf Wilbur Monroe Leaf ( Munro Leaf) (December 4, 1905 – December 21, 1976) was an American writer of children's literature who wrote and illustrated nearly 40 books during his 40-year career. He is best known for ''The Story of Ferdinand'' (1936), a children's classic which he wrote on a yellow legal-length pad in less than an hour. Labeled as subversive, it stirred an international controversy. Provided by Wikipedia
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    by Leaf, Munro, 1905-1976
    Published 1949
    Book
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    by Leaf, Munro, 1905-1976
    Published 1953
    Book
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    by Leaf, Munro, 1905-1976
    Published 1958
    Book
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    by Leaf, Munro, 1905-1976
    Published 1936
    Book
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    by Leaf, Munro, 1905-1976
    Published 1936
    Book
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    by Leaf, Munro, 1905-1976
    Published 1962
    Book
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    by Leaf, Munro, 1905-1976
    Published 1960
    Book
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    by Leaf, Munro, 1905-1976
    Published 1939
    Book
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    by Leaf, Munro, 1905-1976
    Published 1961
    Book
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    by Leaf, Munro, 1905-1976
    Published 1963
    Book
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    by Leaf, Munro, 1905-1976
    Published 1977
    Book
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    by Leaf, Munro, 1905-1976
    Published 1990
    Book
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    by Leaf, Munro, 1905-1976
    Published 2005
    Book
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    by Leaf, Munro, 1905-1976
    Published 2004
    Book
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    by Leaf, Munro, 1905-1976
    Published 2004
    Book
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    by Leaf, Munro, 1905-1976
    Published 2006
    Book
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    by Leaf, Munro, 1905-1976
    Published 1937
    Microform Book
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    by Leaf, Munro, 1905-1976
    Published 1937
    Microform Book
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    by Leaf, Munro, 1905-1976
    Published 1945
    Microform Book
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    by Leaf, Munro, 1905-1976
    Published 1900
    Microform Book
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