Emily Cheney Neville Net Worth

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Emily Cheney Neville Bio/Wiki, Net Worth, Married 2018

Emily Cheney Neville (December 28, 1919 – December 14, 1997) was an American author. She was born in Manchester, Connecticut and graduated from Bryn Mawr College in 1940. After receiving her A.B. from Bryn Mawr, she worked for the New York Daily News and the New York Daily Mirror newspapers. She had five children with her husband, Glenn Neville, a newspaperman, and lived in New York City. Her first book, It's Like This, Cat (1963), won the Newbery Medal in 1964. Her other works include: Berries Goodman (1965); The Seventeen-Street Gang (1966); Traveler From a Small Kingdom (1968); and Fogarty (1969)."Her books have been praised by critics for their emphasis on realism and honest depiction of adolescent life," especially urban life.
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Date Of BirthDecember 28, 1919
Place Of BirthManchester, Connecticut, USA
Star SignCapricorn
1Emily Cheney Neville (1919-1997), award- winning author, social activist and Manchester native, was the youngest of seven children, began writing fiction in 1961 when the youngest of her five children entered school. In 1963 she received the American Library Association's Newbery Medal for her first novel, "It's Like This, Cat," which also won the Jane Addams Award for significant children's books. The following year, Mrs. Neville's second novel, "Berries Goodman," was selected by the American Library Association as a notable children's book. Her autobiography, "Traveler from a Small Kingdom," was published in 1968 and tells of her childhood in Manchester and her career. Other novels include "Garden of Broken Glass" and "The China Year," which told of her visit to China in 1984. After graduating from Bryn Mawr College in Pennsylvania in 1940, Mrs. Neville became the New York Daily News' first copy girl. The next year she became a columnist for the New York Daily Mirror and later married the paper's managing editor, Glenn T. Neville. Mrs. Neville obtained her law degree in 1977 and practiced law in Keene Valley until her death. In 1991, she was appointed to the Fourth Judicial District Committee on Women in the Courts. She was involved with many civic and legal organizations, including the Samaritan Counseling Center, the Citizens Domestic Violence and Criminal Justice Planning Corp. and Prisoners Legal Services.

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