Bogart, Jo Ellen

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BOGART, Jo Ellen

BOGART, Jo Ellen. American/Canadian, b. 1945. Genres: Children's fiction, Children's non-fiction. Career: Austin Independent School District, Austin, TX, substitute teacher, 1968; Margaret Roane Center, Ruston, LA, teacher of educable mentally retarded teenagers, 1973; Wellington County Board, ON, substitute teacher, grades K-6, 1983-92. Guelph Examiner, reporter, illustrator, photographer, editorial writer, 1980. St. George's-Laurine Public School, volunteer speech therapist, 1982-83; King George Senior Public School, volunteer library assistant, 1983-84. Publications: Dylan's Lullaby, 1988; Malcolm's Runaway Soap, 1988; 10 for Dinner, 1989; Daniel's Dog, 1990; Sarah Saw a Blue Macaw, 1991; Mama's Bed, 1993; Two Too Many, 1994; Gifts, 1994; Jeremiah Learns to Read, 1997; Money, Make It, Spend It, Save It, 2001; Capturing Joy: The Story of Maud Lewis, 2002; The Night the Stars Flew, 2001. Address: 172 Palmer St., Guelph, ON, Canada N1E 2R6.