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Who wrote A Light in the Attic?



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b.Mary

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Answered Nov 12, 2017

Shel Silverstein. Born Sheldon Allan Silverstein on September 25, 1930 in Chicago, Illinois, he was known not only as an author of children’s books, but also a screenwriter, a cartoonist, a poet, and a singer-songwriter. He began his career by drawing cartoons at the early age of seven and he was first published while he was studying at Roosevelt University. A Light in the Attic was published in 1981 by Harper & Row and it was a collection of his poems. The books also contained his own illustrations.

There are 130 poems which can be found on A Light in the Attic and some of these poems are: A Light in the Attic, Moon-Catching’ Net, Hammock, The Sitter, Shaking, Something Missing, The Dragon of Grindly Grun, and Messy Room.

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Answered Aug 31, 2017

Shel Silverstein
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