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Birney, Betty G.

BIRNEY, Betty G.

BIRNEY, Betty G. American, b. 1947. Genres: Children's fiction. Career: Children's book author. Worked as an advertising copywriter for agencies in St. Louis, MO, and Chicago, IL; Disneyland, Anaheim, CA, advertising copywriter, 1977-79; Walt Disney Co., Burbank, CA, publicist, 1979-81; freelance television writer, 1982-. Publications: Disney Babies Bedtime Stories, 1990; Disney's Chip 'n Dale Rescue Rangers: The Rescue Rangers Save Little Red, 1991; Oh Bother, Somebody's Not Listening, 1991; Oh Bother, Somebody's Fibbing, 1991; (adaptor) Disney's The Little Mermaid, 1992; What's My Job?: A Riddle Flap Book, 1992; Who Am I?: A Riddle Flap Book, 1992; Oh Bother, Somebody's Grumpy, 1992; Walt Disney's Winnie the Pooh Half a Haycorn Pie, 1992; Walt Disney's Winnie the Pooh and the Missing Pots, 1992; Oh Bother, Somebody's Messy, 1992; Disney's Beauty and the Beast: The Tale of Chip the Teacup, 1992; Bambi's Snowy Day, 1992; Walt Disney's Winnie the Pooh and the Little Lost Bird, 1993; (adaptor) Disney's Beauty and the Beast, 1993; Oh Bother, Somebody Won't Share, 1993; Raja's Story, 1993; Walt Disney's Sleeping Beauty, 1993; Walt Disney's Winnie the Pooh: The Merry Christmas Mystery, 1993; Oh Bother, Somebody's Jealous, 1993; Oh Bother, Somebody's Afraid of the Dark, 1993; Walt Disney's I Am Winnie the Pooh, 1993; (adaptor) Black Beauty, 1994; Tyrannosaurus Tex, 1994; (adaptor) Disney's Toy Story, 1995; Meltdown at the Wax Museum, 1995; Pie's in the Oven, 1996; Let's Play Hide and Seek, 1997. SCRIPTS FOR LIVE-ACTION TELEVISION SERIES AND SPECIAL PROGRAMS: Mary Christmas; My Indian Summer; Fast Forward; Big Boys Don't Cry; But He Loves Me; Churchill Pictures; Talking with TJ; It Happened to Me; Zoobilee Zoo; Too Smart for Strangers; Welcome to Pooh Corner; Dumbo's Circus; Divorce Court; Secret Lives. SCRIPTS FOR ANIMATED TELEVISION PROGRAMS: Book of Virtues; The Good Samaritan; Little Mouse on the Prairie; Madeline; Where's Waldo; Camp Candy; Doug; Prince Valiant; Bobby's World; Maxie's World; Once upon a Forest; The Chipmunks; Fraggle Rock; The Moondreamers; The Snorks. INTERACTIVE SOFTWARE: The Crayon Factory; Berenstain Bears on Their Own; Wacky Tales; Storypainting: The Wizard of Oz; Richard Scarry's Busiest Disc Ever; Richard Scarry's Busiest Neighborhood Ever; The Dark Fables of Aesop, I&II. Address: c/o Todd Koerner, Writers & Artists Agency Inc., 8383 Wilshire Blvd., Beverly Hills, CA 90211, U.S.A. Online address: [email protected]

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