James Lincoln Collier

James Lincoln Collier

An author, journalist, and jazz musician, James Lincoln Collier was born on June 27, 1928, into a family of authors. He graduated from Hamilton College in 1950. An experienced journalist, James collaborated with his brother, Christopher Collier, to produce a series of historical fiction works that would be both educational and fun for children. While Christopher, a history professor, researched the period, James wrote the stories. Their book, My Brother Sam Is Dead, was a Newbery Honor title.

James has written articles, adult novels, children's nonfiction, biographies of jazz musicians, and served as editor of a magazine. His books have been nominated for National Book Awards and the American Book Award.

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George Washington You Never Knew
by James Lincoln Collier
from Scholastic Inc.
for 3rd-6th grade
in Biographies (Location: BIO)
$3.20 (1 in stock)
My Brother Sam Is Dead
by James & Christopher Collier
from Simon and Schuster
Historical Fiction for 5th-8th grade
1975 Newbery Honor Book
in Historical Fiction (Location: FIC-HIF)
$7.20 (1 in stock)
My Brother Sam Is Dead
by James & Christopher Collier
from Scholastic Inc.
Historical Fiction for 5th-8th grade
1975 Newbery Honor Book
in Historical Fiction (Location: FIC-HIF)
$6.79
Paradox of Jamestown (1585-1700)
The Drama of American History
by Christopher Collier & James Lincoln Collier
from Benchmark Books
for 5th-8th grade
in Jamestown Colony (Location: HISA-17JA)
$5.00 (1 in stock)
Rise of Industry
The Drama of American History
by Christopher Collier & James Lincoln Collier
from Benchmark Books
for 3rd-6th grade
in Industrialization & Organized Labor (Location: HISA-19IND)
War Comes to Willy Freeman
by James Lincoln Collier, Christopher Collier
Reissue from Yearling
for 4th-8th grade
in Historical Fiction (Location: FIC-HIF)
$2.00 (1 in stock)