Nancy Willard


Nancy Willard (1936-2017) grew up in Ann Arbor, Michigan. She was the author of two novels, seven books of stories and essays, and twelve books of poetry, including The Sea at Truro (2012). A winner of the Devins Memorial Award, she received NEA grants in both fiction and poetry. Her book Water Walker was nominated for the National Book Critics Circle Award, and her picture book A Visit to William Blake's Inn was the first volume of poetry to receive the Newbery Medal, the country's highest honor for children's writing.


A Starlit Snowfall

Nancy Willard and Jerry Pinkney


The Adventures of Anatole

Nancy Willard and David M. McPhail


Sister Water

Nancy Willard


Starlit Snowfall

Nancy Willard and Jerry Pinkney


In the Salt Marsh

Nancy Willard


The Sea at Truro

Nancy Willard


Engage Students to Embrace Civility

Nancy Willard


The Way of the Donkey

Nancy Willard


Things Invisible to See

Nancy Willard


A Nancy Willard Reader: Selected Poetry and Prose

Nancy Willard


Long Live a Hunger to Feed Each Other

Jerome Badanes


The Three Mouths of Little Tom Drum

Nancy Willard and Kevin Hawkes


A Visit to William Blake's Inn

Nancy Willard, Martin Provensen, et al.


Alice's Adventures in Wonderland

Lewis Carroll and Scott McKowen