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The Little Witch was the first to be accepted, and The Procession the first to be published in Watts went on to publish more stories, including many which had originally appeared in the School Journal , now adapted to their new picture book format. By the mids Mahy had added junior fiction to her repertoire; by the early s she was writing adolescent novels— at least one of which Memory , could have been marketed for adults.

She has published about titles including school readers , and has written and adapted for television. Her work has been translated into fifteen languages.

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In the United States her works have been included in prestige listings made by journal editors, librarians and educationalists; Memory , The Tricksters and Dangerous Spaces have all appeared on the Horn Book Fanfare list. She has held writing fellowships in New Zealand and Australia, and in was awarded the Order of New Zealand and an honorary doctorate of the University of Canterbury. Mahy does in fact live with her pets, and visited by her grandchildren in an Edenic garden by the sea. She is a remarkably generous person, replying to all of the many letters she receives, and frequently visiting schools and libraries sometimes in fancy dress. Most of the picture books and junior novels are humorous. The novels have happy endings, however, and inspire faith in the capacity of the young to overcome quite serious difficulties.

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