Laurence Yep

Laurence Yep

Laurence Michael Yep (born 1948) is a prolific, award-winning Chinese-American modern author.

Laurence Yep has been fascinated with tales of sibling rivalry from the day he was born. His older brother, Tom, chose his name Laurence – after a saint who died a particularly gruesome death. Laurence has been trying to get even ever since. Laurence Yep now lives in Pacific Grove, California, with his wife and is one of children's literature's most respected authors.

Laurence Yep's award-winning titles include Newbery Honor Books Dragonwings and Dragon's Gate. He was awarded the Laura Ingalls Wilder Medal in 2005 for his contributions to children's literature.

Links

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Edited Seregil of Rhiminee July 15, 2009
Books by Laurence Yep
Sweetwater N/A
Seademons 4.00   1
Dragon of the Lost Sea (Dragon Series #1) N/A
Dragon Steel (Dragon Series #2) N/A
Shadow Lord (Star Trek: The Original Series (numbered novels) #22) N/A
Monster Makers, Inc. N/A
The Rainbow People N/A
Dragon Cauldron (Dragon Series #3) N/A
Tongues of Jade N/A
Dragon War (Dragon Series #4) N/A
The Ghost Fox N/A
The Imp That Ate My Homework N/A
The Magic Paintbrush N/A
The Tiger's Apprentice (The Tiger's Apprentice #1) N/A
Tiger's Blood (The Tiger's Apprentice #2) N/A
Tiger Magic (The Tiger's Apprentice #3) N/A
City of Fire (City Trilogy #1) N/A
City of Ice (City Trilogy #2) N/A

Speculative Fiction Novels (18)

(City Trilogy #2)
2011 | fantasy, young adult
(City Trilogy #1)
2009 | fantasy, young adult
(The Tiger's Apprentice #3)
2006 | fantasy, young adult
(The Tiger's Apprentice #2)
2005 | fantasy, young adult
(The Tiger's Apprentice #1)
2003 | fantasy, young adult

2000 | fantasy, childrens

1998 | fantasy, young adult

1994 | fantasy, childrens
(Dragon Series #4)
1992 | fantasy, young adult
(Dragon Series #3)
1991 | fantasy, young adult

1991 | fantasy, short stories, young adult

1989 | fantasy, short stories, young adult

1986 | science fiction, young adult
(Star Trek: The Original Series (numbered novels) #22)
1985 | science fiction
(Dragon Series #2)
1985 | fantasy, young adult
(Dragon Series #1)
1982 | fantasy, young adult

1977 | fantasy

1973 | science fiction, young adult