Caroline Books


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  • Caroline Books — • A work in four books (120 or 121 chapters), purporting to be the composition of Charlemagne, and written about 790 92 Catholic Encyclopedia. Kevin Knight. 2006 …   Catholic encyclopedia

  • Caroline Books (Libri Carolini) —     Caroline Books (Libri Carolini)     † Catholic Encyclopedia ► Caroline Books (Libri Carolini)     A work in four books (120 or 121 chapters), purporting to be the composition of Charlemagne, and written about 790 92. It is a very severe… …   Catholic encyclopedia

  • Caroline B. Cooney — (born May 10, 1947) is an author of suspense, romance, horror and mystery books for teenagers. [Headline text] Insert formula here ] ] () 18:38, 11 October 2008 (UTC) () 18:38, 11 October 2008 (UTC) () 18:38, 11 October 2008 (UTC)= Biography =… …   Wikipedia

  • Caroline of Ansbach — Queen Caroline, painted by Jacopo Amigoni in 1735 Queen consort of Great Britain and Ireland …   Wikipedia

  • Caroline August Chandler — Caroline Augusta Chandler (1906 1979) was a descendant of the Chandler family and was a notable doctor, author and a pioneer in the medical field for many women. Her efforts to recruit more young women in the field of science included writing… …   Wikipedia

  • Caroline Lawrence — is an American author, best known for The Roman Mysteries series of historical novels for children. The series is about a Roman girl called Flavia and her three friends: Nubia (a freed slave girl), Jonathan (a shunned Jewish boy) and Lupus (a… …   Wikipedia

  • Caroline Akrill — writes children s pony books. Unlike many examples of the genre, Akrill s books are often very funny, like Akrill herself: “It is,” she wrote “perfectly possible to make a career out of misadventure and ineptitude.” [ Badger, website] Her… …   Wikipedia

  • Caroline Beaumont Zachry — (20 April, 1894 ndash; 22 February, 1945) was an educational psychologist born in New York City to James Greer Zachry and Elise Clarkson Thompson. Her maternal grandfather was Hugh Smith Thompson the Governor of South Carolina from 1882 to 1886.… …   Wikipedia

  • Caroline Fry — (December 31, 1787 ndash; September 17, 1846), a British Christian writer, later Mrs Caroline Wilson, was born and died at Tunbridge Wells in Kent. She was one of ten children born to John and Jane Fry. She married William Wilson at Desford,… …   Wikipedia

  • Caroline Norton — by Sir George Hayter in 1832 Caroline Elizabeth Sarah Norton (22 March 1808 – 15 June 1877) was a famous British society beauty, feminist, social reformer, and author of the early and mid nineteenth century …   Wikipedia

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