An Email Is Headed
Your Way

We've sent a message
so you can pick a new password.

Reset Your Password

Think of a password that is at least 6 characters long.

Success! You now have a new password.

Please be sure to memorize it or write it in a safe place.


Are you sure you want to exit?
Your password will not be reset!



Are you sure you don't want to finish?
You're almost done!

We are missing your email address.

Please enter your or your parent's email address. We will only use your email address to reset your password should you forget it.

Sign Up for Free E-Newsletters


You're Signed up for {{nlctrl.form.newsletters.join(',')}}

The next newsletter will arrive in your inbox within a few weeks.

hey, {{userData.username}}!

Edit Your Profile


You can only put stickers
where you see the dotted



You have to sign in,

g Go Back

Eleanor Farjeon

Current Home: United States of America

Farjoen was one of the most important children's writers of the twentieth century. A fine poet, she also wrote numerous stories for the young. She had no formal education, but spent much of her childhood reading in her father's extensive library or playing imaginative games with her brothers. Her writing was a natural extension of this, its immediacy and energy the product of "a life kept always young." In 1956 her achievements were recognized with the pretigious Carnegie Medal, the Hans Christian International Medal, and the Regina Medal. In her honor, a prize bearing her name is now awarded