Tasha Tudor


Born
August 28, 1915

Died
June 18, 2008

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Tasha Tudor was an American illustrator and author of children's books.

Average rating: 4.25 · 41,489 ratings · 2,286 reviews · 87 distinct worksSimilar authors
1 Is One

4.07 avg rating — 914 ratings — published 1956 — 11 editions
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The Private World of Tasha ...

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4.41 avg rating — 597 ratings — published 1992
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A Time to Keep

4.45 avg rating — 516 ratings — published 1977 — 5 editions
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A is for Annabelle

4.25 avg rating — 434 ratings — published 1954 — 12 editions
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Corgiville Fair

4.19 avg rating — 387 ratings — published 1971 — 8 editions
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Pumpkin Moonshine

4.06 avg rating — 388 ratings — published 1938 — 11 editions
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The Dolls' Christmas

4.17 avg rating — 277 ratings — published 1976 — 8 editions
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Around the Year

4.28 avg rating — 209 ratings — published 1957 — 8 editions
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The Tasha Tudor Cookbook: R...

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4.24 avg rating — 188 ratings — published 1993 — 6 editions
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Tasha Tudor Book of Fairy T...

4.37 avg rating — 193 ratings — published 1961 — 4 editions
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More books by Tasha Tudor…
“There is no peace that cannot be found in the present moment.”
Tasha Tudor

“Why do women want to dress like men when they’re fortunate enough to be women? Why lose femininity, which is one of our greatest charms? We get more accomplished by being charming than we would be flaunting around in pants and smoking. I’m very fond of men. I think they are wonderful creatures. I love them dearly. But I don’t want to look like one. When women gave up their long skirts, they made a grave error…”
Tasha Tudor

“I enjoy doing housework, ironing, washing, cooking, dishwashing. Whenever I get one of those questionaires and they ask what is your profession, I always put down housewife. It's an admirable profession, why apologize for it. You aren't stupid because you're a housewife. When you're stirring the jam you can read Shakespeare.”
Tasha Tudor