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Theodore Taylor

Biography

Theodore Taylor

Upon rising each morning, Theodore Taylor looked forward to going into his cluttered office and pecking away at his old dinosaur of a typewriter. He wrote several award-winning books, and his novel 'The Cay' won the Lewis Carroll Shelf Award and was made into a movie.

Theodore Taylor

Books by Theodore Taylor

by Theodore Taylor - Historical Fiction, Western

William H. "Billy the Kid" Bonney Jr. loves to take risks. But Billy's luck runs out when, during a train heist, a passenger recognizes the nineteen-year-old outlaw. Fed up with his bad ways, Sheriff Willis Monroe, Billy's own cousin, decides to track him down. The Kid's two-timing partners are hunting him, too--and a posse wants Billy (and the sheriff) dead.