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Phyllis Reynolds Naylor's most embarrassing moment is actually a part of Alice in Blunderland. Alice's Tarzan game with Donald is based on the author's real experience while growing up in Indiana!

Mrs. Naylor writes for both children and adults, and is the author of more than one hundred books, including Starting with Alice; The Agony of Alice; Alice in Rapture, Sort of; Reluctantly Alice; All but Alice; Alice in April; Alice In-Between; Alice the Brave; Alice in Lace; Outrageously Alice; Achingly Alice; Alice on the Outside; The Grooming of Alice; Alice Alone; Simply Alice; and Patiently Alice. In 1992 her novel Shiloh won the Newbery Medal. She lives in Bethesda, Maryland, with her husband, Rex, and is the mother of two sons, both grown and married. She has two grandchildren.

Library of Congress subject headings for this publication: Embarrassment Fiction, Brothers and sisters Fiction, Single-parent families Fiction, Friendship Fiction, Schools Fiction