Clara Ingram Judson

Clara Ingram Judson (1879–1960) was an American author who wrote over 70 books for children. She was born on May 4, 1879, in Logansport, Indiana, and married James McIntosh Judson in 1901. Her first children's book was Flower Fairies, published in 1915. She is probably most famous for her books in the Mary Jane Series, first published in 1918.

Her radio program on homemaking debuted in 1928, making her one of the first women broadcasters.

She died on May 24, 1960, in Evanston, Illinois, shortly before she would receive the second Laura Ingalls Wilder Award, just after Laura Ingalls Wilder herself. She later got her own award, the Clara Ingram Judson Award.

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Abraham Lincoln
by Clara Ingram Judson
from Sterling Publishing Co.
Biography for 3rd-7th grade
1951 Newbery Honor Book
in Biographies (Location: BIO)
George Washington
by Clara Ingram Judson
from Follett
Biography for 3rd-7th grade
in Biographies (Location: BIO)
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Mr. Justice Holmes
from Follett
for 4th-6th grade
in Biographies (Location: BIO)
Soldier Doctor
by Clara Ingram Judson
from Charles Scribner's Sons
for 5th-8th grade
in Biographies (Location: BIO)
Theodore Roosevelt
by Clara Ingram Judson
from Follett
for 4th-8th grade
in Biographies (Location: BIO)