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Whitney Stewart

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Whitney Stewart has interviewed the 14th Dalai Lama, Aung San Suu Kyi, and Sir Edmund Hillary for her young adult biographies. She has traveled all over Europe and Asia to write her books. When she is not writing, she is usually visiting schools and libraries to give talks.

Her personal interests are in reading, traveling, yoga, meditation, and sea kayaking. She lives with her husband and son.

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Whitney Stewart I power through it. I write when I don't feel like it and revise, revise, and revise.
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" The translated war letters of Reiner Niemann from 1941 - 1945 are printed along with commentary from the translator and editor, Denis Havel, along with an afterword by Whitney Stewart who accidentally stumbled upon the letters in her mother in la..." Read more of this review »
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"To address the question of Leonard's possible "apocryphal" memoirs, I would like to provide the preceding notes to my book which explain the memoir's importance, and its limitations, for "Marie Antoinette's Head."

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“On July 13, 1925, Walt and Lillian were married. They spent their honeymoon at Mount Rainier. On their wedding night, Walt had such a bad toothache that he couldn’t sleep. To take his mind off the pain, he left their room and helped a porter shine shoes all night. The next morning he went to a dentist and had his tooth pulled. It certainly wasn’t the most fun way to start off a marriage. But Walt had a good story to tell.”
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“Walt had done something new, something big, just as he always hoped he would. And it was just the beginning.”
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“Everyone at Disney worked long hours. But nobody worked harder than Walt. He drove himself to the point of collapse. He was exhausted and more moody than ever.”
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