Order of T.A. Barron Books
Thomas A. (T.A.) Barron is an American author of YA fantasy novels and nature-themed non-fiction books. He writes the Merlin Saga, Atlantis Saga and the Heroic Adventures of Kate series. Barron grew up in Massachusetts and Colorado and quickly gained a great appreciation for nature and the natural world. He attended Princeton University and Balliol College, Oxford University (as a Rhodes Scholar) and earned his business and law degrees from Harvard University. Before becoming a full-time writer, he was president of a company in New York City. Upon the career switch, he moved back to Colorado, where he could also pursue conservationism.
T.A. Barron became a published author in 1990 with the novel Heartlight. Below is a list of T.A. Barron’s books in order of when they were first published:
Publication Order of Adventures Of Kate Books
Publication Order of Lost Years Of Merlin Books
|The Lost Years||(1996)|
|The Seven Songs||(1997)|
|The Raging Fires||(1998)|
|The Mirror of Fate||(1999)|
|A Wizard's Wings||(2000)|
Publication Order of Great Tree Of Avalon Books
Publication Order of Merlin’s Dragon Books
Publication Order of Merlin Saga Non-Fiction Books
Publication Order of Atlantis Saga Books
Publication Order of Standalone Novels
Publication Order of Picture Books
Publication Order of Non-Fiction Books
|To Walk in Wilderness||(1993)|
|Rocky Mountain National Park: A 100 Year Perspective||(1995)|
|The Hero's Trail: A Hiking Guide for a Heroic Life||(2002)|
Notes: The Lost Years was originally published as The Lost Years of Merlin. The Seven Songs was originally titled The Seven Songs of Merlin. The Raging Fires was originally published as The Fires of Merlin. The Mirror of Fate was originally published as The Mirror of Merlin. A Wizard’s Wings was originally published as The Wings of Merlin. The Dragon of Avalon was originally titled Merlin’s Dragon. The Great Tree of Avalon was originally published under the title Child of the Dark Prophecy.
Rocky Mountain National Park: A 100 Year Perspective was written with John Fielder and Enos Mills.
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