Books Written by Child AuthorsWritten books by children's authors
Lists of bibliographies authored by minors or young people
It is a collection of remarkable young authors' works and those of renowned early years. Those works were either composed or essentially finished before the author's 20th anniversary. It is listed in alphabetical order of contributors. Aleksandra Adornetto (born 1993) composed her first novel The Shadow Thief when she was 13 years old.
Released in 2007. Some of the other novels she used to write as a kid are: Lampo Circus (2008), Von Gobstoppers Arcade (2009), Halo (2010) and Hades (2011). From 1912-2001 Jorge Amado had his first novel The Land of Carnival, released in 1931 when he was 18 years old. The Young Visitors at the age of 9 years, Daisy Ashford (1881-1972) once said This amendment was first released in 1919 and preserved its youthful phrasing and notation.
A previous work, The Life of Padre McSwiney, was written for her sire when she was 4 years old. It was released almost a hundred years later in 1983. At the age of 16, Marjorie Bowen (1885-1952) was the author of the historic novel The Vipers of Milan. In 1906, after several refusals released, it became a best-seller.
The book was released the following year. Carmel and Celeste Buckingham were writing The Lost Princess when they were 11 and 9 years old. Blavia Bujor (born 1988) was the author of The Prophecy of the Stones (2002) when she was 13 years old. Caldwell's The Romance of Atlantis was recorded when she was 12. The work of Félix Francisco Casanova (1956-1976), Le Don de Vorace, was released in 1974.
She had her poetry released in Poems by a Little Girl (1920), Shoes of the Wind (1922) and Silverhorn (1924). Released in 1942. Julyiet-Davies (born 2000) was the first author in the JJ Halo serie when she was 8 years old. It was released the following year.
In 1962 Samuel R. Delany (born 1942) released his The Jewels of Aptor. The Patricia Finney's A Shadow of Gulls was released in 1977 when she was 18 years old. The Crow Goddess, his follow-up, was released in 1978. Ford Madox Ford (né Hueffer) (1873-1939) in his teen works The Brown Owl, The Shifting of the Fire (with Joseph Conrad) and The Feather, all first released in 1892.
From her thirteenth year of birth Anne Frank (1929-1945) had been writing her journal for two and a half years. In 1947 it was released as Het Achterhuis and in 1952 in British as Anne Frank: The Diary of a Young Girl. Greven's How to talk to girl was released in 2008 when he was 9 years old.
He then released How to Talk to Moms, How to Talk to Dads and How to Talk to Santa. Facitsa Guène (born 1985) let smoke pot denain publish in 2004, when she was 19 years old. In the bestselling textbook Do Har Things (2008), Alex and Brett Harris challenged 19-year-olds to "rebel against low-predictions.
The successor Start Here (2010) was released two years later. Georgegette Heyer (1902-1974) had The Black Moth released at the age of 19. The Enclosure, Susan Hill (born 1942), released 1961. H. E. Hinton (born 1948), The Outsiders, released 1967. A Boy Scout Around the Welt (Jorden Rundt i 44 dage) from 1912-2010, when he was 15 years old, written Palle Huld after a trip around the globe.
At the end of 1886, when George Vernon Hudson (1867-1946) was 19 years old, he was not released until 1892. In 1937 Katharine Hull (1921-1977) and Pamela Whitlock (1920-1982) composed The Far-Distant Oxus, a novel for young people from the UK, followed in 1938 by Escape to Persia and in 1939 by Oxus in the summer.
This Can' t Be happening at Macdonald Hall (1978), three installments and I Want to Go Home (1981). The Gothic novel The Monk, written by Matthew Gregory Lewis (1775-1818), is now considered a classical novel of the period before he was twenty. The book was released in 1796. It was Joyce Maynard (born 1953) who ended Looking Back at the age of 19.
First released in 1973. The Icarus Girl was 18 years old when Helen Oyeyemi (born 1984) graduated. It was first released in 2005. Eragon, the first novel of the hereditary series, was first released in 2002 by Christopher Paolini (b. 1983). Alla Reiss (born 1991) composed her piece Spur of the Moment at the age of 17.
The album was released in 2010 when she was 18 years old. Rimbaud (1854-1891) already in his teens began writing almost all his poems and fiction, for example Le Soleil Était étôme chaore (1866), Le Bateau IVRÉ (1871) and Une Saison en Enfer (1873). Francoise Sagan (1935-2004) had Bonjour dreistesse released in 1954 when she was 18 years old.
This was first released in the following year. Thirteen bestselling volumes of poems were written by Mattie Stepanek (1990-2004), an US-domographer. From 1950-1989 John Steptoe, writer and graphic artist, began his textbook Stevie at the age of 16. Released in Life in 1969. The 19-year-old Anna Stothard (born 1983) released her Isabel and Rocco.
Jalalaluddin Al-Suyuti (c. 1445-1505) composed his first volume, Sharh Al-Isti'aadha wal-Basmalah, at the tender ages of 17. The Neon Bible was written by John Kennedy Toole (1937-1969) in 1954 when he was 16. Released in 1989. She had released five young adults' novels before she was 20: Mirror Dreams (2002), Mirror Wakes (2003), Waywalkers (2003), Timekeepers (2004) and The Extraordinary and Unusual Adventures of Horatio Lyle (February 2006).
Swordbird was released by Nancy Yi Fan when she was 12 years old. She has also written Sword Quest (2008) and Sword Mountain (2012).