Russell Freedman is a nonfiction writer who prefers to be called a "factual author." He says many people think nonfiction is less interesting, hence less important than fiction, and he tries to change that misconception with every book he writes.

There is seriously, seriously, no information on the web about this man.


"Children are the most appreciative and responsive audience a writer could hope for."


Babe Didrikson Zaharias: The Making of a Champion

Buffalo Hunt

Children of the Wild West

Cowboys of the Wild West

Dinosaurs and Their Young

Eleanor Roosevelt: A Life of Discovery

Franklin Delano Roosevelt

Give Me Liberty!: The Story of the Declaration of Independence

Holiday House: The First Fifty Years

Immigrant Kids

Indian Chiefs

An Indian Winter

Kids at Work: Lewis Hine and the Crusade Agaisnt Child Labor

The Life and Death of Crazy Horse

Lincoln: A Photobiography (1988 Newbery Award)

Martha Graham: A Dancer's Life

Out of Darkness: The Story of Louis Braille

The Wright Brothers: How They Invented the Airplane

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