ANDERSON, Rachel. (Rachel Bradby). British, b. 1943. Genres: Novels, Children's fiction, Plays/Screenplays, Literary criticism and history. Publications: Pineapple, 1965; Tomorrow's Tomorrow (radio play), 1972; The Purple Heart Throbs, 1974; Moffatt's Road, 1978; Dream Lovers, 1978; Fairy Snow and the Disability Box (play for children), 1981; The Poacher's Son, 1982; Little Angel Comes to Stay, 1984; The War Orphan, 1986; French Lessons, 1988; Little Angel, Bonjour, 1988; Best Friends, 1989; The Bus People, 1989; The Boy Who Laughed, 1989; Jessy Runs Away, 1989; For the Love of Sang, 1990; Happy Christmas Little Angel, 1990; The Working Class, 1993; Jessy & the Long-Short Dress, 1993; Princess Jazz & the Angels, 1994; Black Water, 1994; The Dolls' House, 1995; Letters from Heaven, 1995; Julie and the Queen of Tonga, 1996; Carly's Luck, 1997; Ollie and the Trainers, 1997; The Scavenger's Tale, 1998; Big Ben, 1998; Grandmother's Footsteps, 1999; Bloom of Youth, 1999; Warlands, 2000; Joe's Story, 2001; Stronger Than Mountains, 2001. TRANSLATOR: The Cat's Tale, 1985; (with D. Bradby) Renard the Fox, 1986; Wild Goose Chase, 1986; Little Lost Fox, 1992. Address: c/o Oxford University Press, Walton St, Oxford OX4 6DP, England.