CAZET, Denys. American, b. 1938. Genres: Children's fiction. Career: Teacher, Corcoran and St. Helena, California, 1960-75; Founder, Parhelion and Co., 1972-73; Elementary sch. librarian and media specialist, St. Helena, 1975-85; Faculty member and teacher of extension classes, University of California at Davis, 1976-78; Director, St. Helena School District Media Centers, 1979-81; Instructor, California College of Arts and Crafts, Oakland, 1985-86. Publications: SELF-ILLUSTRATED FOR CHILDREN: Requiem for a Frog, 1971; The Non-Coloring Book: A Drawing Book for Mind Stretching and Fantasy Building, 1973; The Duck with Squeaky Feet, 1980; Mud Baths for Everyone, 1981; You Make the Angels Cry, 1983; Lucky Me, 1983; Big Shoe, Little Shoe, 1984; Christmas Moon, 1984; Saturday, 1985; December Twenty-Fourth, 1986; Frosted Glass, 1987; A Fish in His Pocket, 1987; Sunday, 1988; Great-Uncle Felix, 1988; Mother Night, 1988; Good Morning Maxine!, 1989; Never Spit on Your Shoes, 1990; Daydreams, 1990; I'm Not Sleepy, 1992; Are There Any Questions?, 1992; Born in the Gravy, 1993; Nothing at All, 1994; Dancing, 1995; Night Lights: 24 Poems to Sleep On, 1997; Minnie and Moo Go to the Moon, 1998; Minnie and Moo Go Dancing, 1998; Minnie and Moo Save the Earth, 1999; Minnie and Moo Go to Paris, 1999; Minnie and Moo and the Musk of Zorro, 2000; Never Poke a Squid, 2000; Minnie and Moo and the Thanksgiving Tree, 2000; Minnie and Moo Meet Frankenswine, 2001. Illustrator of books by D. Maurer, L. Komaiko. Address: 1300 Ink Grade Rd, Pope Valley, CA 94567-9434, U.S.A.
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