Vivian Gussin Paley

Vivian Gussin Paley (1929–2019), a longtime classroom teacher at the University of Chicago Laboratory Schools, was a MacArthur Fellow and winner of the 1998 American Book Award for Lifetime Achievement.

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TitleAuthorFormatPublication DatePriceSelect Item
Cover: In Mrs. Tully's Room: A Childcare PortraitIn Mrs. Tully's Room: A Childcare PortraitPaley, Vivian GussinPAPERBACK03/31/2003$30.00
Cover: The Kindness of ChildrenThe Kindness of ChildrenPaley, Vivian GussinPAPERBACK10/02/2000$30.00
Cover: White Teacher: With a New Preface, Third EditionWhite Teacher: With a New Preface, Third EditionPaley, Vivian GussinPAPERBACK03/01/2000$25.00
Cover: The Girl with the Brown CrayonThe Girl with the Brown CrayonPaley, Vivian GussinPAPERBACK09/15/1998$23.00
Cover: Kwanzaa and Me: A Teacher’s StoryKwanzaa and Me: A Teacher’s StoryPaley, Vivian GussinPAPERBACK10/01/1996$30.00
Cover: You Can’t Say You Can’t PlayYou Can’t Say You Can’t PlayPaley, Vivian GussinPAPERBACK07/16/1993$23.00
Cover: The Boy Who Would Be a HelicopterThe Boy Who Would Be a HelicopterPaley, Vivian GussinPAPERBACK09/01/1991$24.00
Cover: Wally’s StoriesWally’s StoriesPaley, Vivian GussinPAPERBACK03/15/1987$30.00
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