Bibliography

Exotic Birds

(Doubleday, 1991)
Exotic birds, including eighteen diverse environments and their avian inhabitants.
Illustrated by James Needham.

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Twenty Ways to Lose Your Best Friend

(Harper & Row, 1990)

Emma has been taught to “do the right thing.” So she votes for a better actor rather than her best friend to play the lead in the fourth grade class play. When her friend, Sandy, finds out, Emma’s in trouble. A Junior Library Guild selection. A Trumpet Book Club selection (paperback), 1992. Illustrations by Jeffrey Lindberg.

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Charmed

(Atheneum, 1990)

Twelve-year-old Miranda and her invisible fenine friend, Bastable, who looks much like an upright cat, must join forces with several other beings from different worlds to defeat the evil Charmer.

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Storm Rising

Storm Rising

(Scholastic, 1989)

Storm Ryder, age seventeen, a talented young pianist with a difficult home life, falls in love with his employer, a mysterious twenty-eight-year-old electrician named Jocelyn Sayers, who turns out to have supernormal powers.

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The Hoax On You

(Harper & Row, 1989)

Is the new foreign exchange student a thief? Or is she something – someone – else? Sam and Dave do some sleuthing to find out. Illustrations by Richard Williams.

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Exotic Birds

(Doubleday, 1991)
Exotic birds, including eighteen diverse environments and their avian inhabitants.
Illustrated by James Needham.

READ More »

Twenty Ways to Lose Your Best Friend

(Harper & Row, 1990)

Emma has been taught to “do the right thing.” So she votes for a better actor rather than her best friend to play the lead in the fourth grade class play. When her friend, Sandy, finds out, Emma’s in trouble. A Junior Library Guild selection. A Trumpet Book Club selection (paperback), 1992. Illustrations by Jeffrey Lindberg.

READ More »

Charmed

(Atheneum, 1990)

Twelve-year-old Miranda and her invisible fenine friend, Bastable, who looks much like an upright cat, must join forces with several other beings from different worlds to defeat the evil Charmer.

READ More »
Storm Rising

Storm Rising

(Scholastic, 1989)

Storm Ryder, age seventeen, a talented young pianist with a difficult home life, falls in love with his employer, a mysterious twenty-eight-year-old electrician named Jocelyn Sayers, who turns out to have supernormal powers.

READ More »

The Hoax On You

(Harper & Row, 1989)

Is the new foreign exchange student a thief? Or is she something – someone – else? Sam and Dave do some sleuthing to find out. Illustrations by Richard Williams.

READ More »