Author

Susan Eloise Hinton

American writer

1948   -  

country of citizenship: United States of America
language of expression: English
educated at: University of Tulsa, Will Rogers High School
occupation: writer, novelist, screenwriter, children's writer, autobiographer, film actor
award received: Margaret Edwards Award

Susan Eloise Hinton (born July 22, 1948) is an American writer best known for her young-adult novels (YA) set in Oklahoma, especially The Outsiders (1967), which she wrote during high school. Hinton is credited with introducing the YA genre.In 1988 she received the inaugural Margaret Edwards Award from the American Library Association for her cumulative contribution in writing for teens.
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Works

11

The Outsiders

novel by S. E. Hinton

author: Susan Eloise Hinton

1967

That Was Then, This Is Now

novel by S. E. Hinton

author: Susan Eloise Hinton

1971

Hawkes Harbor

novel by S. E. Hinton

author: Susan Eloise Hinton

2004

Rumble Fish

novel by S. E. Hinton

author: Susan Eloise Hinton

1975

Taming the Star Runner

novel by S. E. Hinton

author: Susan Eloise Hinton

1988

Tex

novel by S. E. Hinton

author: Susan Eloise Hinton

1979

The Puppy Sister

novel by S. E. Hinton

author: Susan Eloise Hinton

1995

The Outsiders

author: Susan Eloise Hinton

The Outsiders

author: Susan Eloise Hinton

Tex

author: Susan Eloise Hinton

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