Harold Keith

Harold Keith

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Chico And Dan (a short story) (Standalone) was the most recently released book by Harold Keith, on January 28th, 1998.

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Harold Keith Stats: The highest rated book by Harold Keith on Book Notification is Rifles For Watie, a Standalone novel.

The most read book by Harold Keith on Book Notification is Rifles For Watie, a Standalone novel.

Below is a complete list of Harold Keith books in publication and chronological order, broken down by series.

List of Komantcia Books in Publication Order

List of Standalone Novels in Publication Order

List of Children's Books in Publication Order

List of Non-Fiction Books in Publication Order

Harold Keith: Biography

Harold Keith is probably best known for their Standalone Novels. There are currently 9 novels available. The first standalone was released in 1949 with the novel Shotgun Shaw: A Baseball Story. The most recently released novel was Chico And Dan which was released in 1998. There are no upcoming standalone novels by Harold at this time.

Harold Keith has also written the Non-Fiction Books series which has 4 books including Will Rogers: A Boy's Life and Sports and Games.

Harold Keith: Awards & Accolades

Keith's books have won multiple awards, Rifles For Watie won the John Newbery Medal Awards, Newbery Medal, in 1958. Susy's Scoundrel won the Spur Awards, Best Western Juvenile Fiction, in 1974 as well as the Spur Awards - Best Western Juvenile Fiction in 1974.

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  3. Charles Dickens, author of the novel: A Tale of Two Cities.
  4. Alan Bradley, author of the Flavia de Luce Series.
  5. Jane Austen, author of the novel: Pride and Prejudice.

Harold Keith: F.A.Q

What book awards has Harold Keith won?

Rifles For Watie: John Newbery Medal Awards Newbery Medal (1958).
Susy's Scoundrel: Spur Awards Best Western Juvenile Fiction (1974), Spur Awards Best Western Juvenile Fiction (1974).

What was the first book Harold Keith wrote?

The first novel written by Harold Keith was Will Rogers: A Boy's Life, published in 1937.

What was the most recent book Harold Keith wrote?

Their most recently released work was Chico And Dan (a short story) on January 28th, 1998.

Will there be any more books by Harold Keith?

Harold Keith does not have any upcoming books with a set publication date within the next few months at this time.

How many books has Harold Keith written?

Harold Keith has written 17 books. 2 books in the Komantcia Series, 9 Standalone Novels, 2 books in the Children's Books, 4 books in the Non-Fiction Books.

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