"I have never, as far as I can remember, given one moment's thought as to whether any drawing that I was doing was for adults or children. I have never changed one conception or line or detail to suit the supposed age of the reader. And I have never, in what writing I have done, changed one word or phrase of text because I felt it might be over the heads of children. I have never, I hope, insulted the intelligence of any child. And with God and my publishers willing, I promise them that I never will."
Ben and Me: A New and Astonishing Life of Benjamin Franklin As Written by His Good Mouse Amos
The Great Wheel
Mr. Revere and I: Being an Account of Certain Episodes in the Career of Paul Revere, Esq. As Recently Revealed by His Horse, Scheherazade
Rabbit Hill (1945 Newbery Award)
They Were Strong and Good
The Tough Winter