Astrology Data, Zodiac Sign, Natal Birth Chart, Kundli, and Horoscope
Mon, Aug 06, 1917
Time of Birth:
Unknown (using Noon)
Place of Birth:
Brooklyn, New York, United States
Barbara Cooney (August 6, 1917 – March 10, 2000) was an American writer and illustrator of 110 children's books, published over sixty years. She received two Caldecott Medals for her work on Chanticleer and the Fox (1958) and Ox-Cart Man (1979), and a National Book Award for Miss Rumphius (1982). Her books have been translated into 10 languages.
Barbara Cooney Papers, Archives & Special Collections at the Thomas J. Dodd Center, University of Connecticut
Barbara Cooney at Library of Congress Authorities, with 82 catalog records
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Astrological aspects and planetary data / tags for Barbara Cooney: Sun 13 Leo, Moon 2 Aries, Mercury 6 Virgo, Venus 10 Virgo, Mars 6 Cancer, Jupiter 6 Gemini, Saturn 5 Leo, Uranus 22 Aquarius, Neptune 4 Leo, Pluto 4 Cancer, Mercury Conjunct Venus, Mercury Sextile Mars, Mercury Square Jupiter, Mercury Semi Sextile Saturn, Mercury Semi Sextile Neptune, Mercury Sextile Pluto, Venus Square Jupiter, Mars Semi Sextile Jupiter, Mars Semi Sextile Saturn, Mars Sesquiquadrate Uranus, Mars Semi Sextile Neptune, Mars Conjunct Pluto, Jupiter Sextile Saturn, Jupiter Sextile Neptune, Saturn Conjunct Neptune, Saturn Semi Sextile Pluto, Uranus Sesquiquadrate Pluto, Neptune Semi Sextile Pluto
Categories related to Barbara Cooney: 20th-century American women artists, August 6 births, American childrens writers, Maine, 2000 deaths, American women illustrators, Writers from New York City, American childrens book illustrators, Smith College alumni, Art Students League of New York alumni, National Book Award for Young Peoples Literature winners, 1917 births, Caldecott Medal winners, Womens Army Corps soldiers, People from Damariscotta, Buckley Country Day School alumni
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