Bang, Molly Garrett
BANG, Molly Garrett
BANG, Molly Garrett. American. Genres: Children's fiction, Illustrations. Career: Author, illustrator, and translator; English teacher, Doshisha University, Kyoto, Japan, 1965-67; interpreter of Japanese, Asahi Shimbun, New York, 1969; reporter, Baltimore Sunpapers, Baltimore, 1970. Illustrator and consultant for UNICEF, Johns Hopkins Center for Medical Research and Training, and Harvard Institute for International Development. Publications: SELF-ILLUSTRATED FOR CHILDREN: (comp.) The Goblins Giggle, and Other Stories (folktales), 1973; (trans. and compiler as Garrett Bang) Men from the Village Deep in the Mountains, and Other Japanese Folk Tales, 1973; The Grey Lady and the Strawberry Snatcher, 1980; (Adaptor and ed) Tye May and the Magic Brush (Chinese folktale), 1981; Ten, Nine, Eight, 1983; (Adaptor) Dawn (Japanese folktale), 1983; (Adaptor) The Paper Crane (Chinese folktale), 1985; Delphine, 1988; Yellow Ball, 1991; One Fall Day, 1994; Sunshine's Book, 1994; Goose, 1996; Chattanooga Sludge, 1996; Common Ground: The Water, Earth, and Air We Share, 1997; When I Get Angry, 1998. OTHER: Picture This: Perception and Composition, 1991. EDITOR: Wiley and the Hairy Man, 1975; The Buried Moon and Other Stories (folktales), 1977. Illustrator of works by: B. Bang, J.B. Richardson, S. Cassedy and S. Kunihirs. Address: 89 Water St., Woods Hole, MA 02543, U.S.A.