Coerr, Eleanor Beatrice

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COERR, Eleanor Beatrice

COERR, Eleanor Beatrice. Also writes as Eleanor Hicks. American (born Canada), b. 1922. Genres: Children's non-fiction. Career: Lecturer, Chapman College, Orange, CA, and Monterey Peninsula College, CA. Reporter and Ed., Edmonton Journal, Canada, 1944-49; Ed. and Illustrator, syndicated weekly column in the Manila Times, Philippines, 1958-61; Contract Writer for USIS in Taiwan, 1960-62, and for Voice of America Special English Division, Washington, DC, 1963-65; Librarian, Davis Library, Bethesda, MD, 1971-72. Publications: (as Eleanor Hicks) Circus Day in Japan, 1953; The Mystery of the Golden Cat, 1968, 1973; Twenty-Five Dragons, 1971; Biography of a Giant Panda, 1975; The Mixed-Up Mystery Smell, 1975; The Biography of Jane Goodall, 1976; Biography of a Red Kangaroo, 1976; Sadako and the Thousand Paper Cranes, 1977; Waza at Windy Gulch, 1977; Gigi, a Whale Borrowed for Science and Returned to Sea, 1980; The Big Balloon Race, 1980; The Bell Ringer and the Pirates, 1983; The Josefina Story Quilt, 1986; Lady with a Torch, 1986; Chang's Paper Pony, 1988; Mieko and the Fifth Treasure, 1993; Sadako, 1993; Buffalo Bill and the Pony Express, 1995. Address: Putnam Pub Group, 375 Hudson, New York, NY 10014, U.S.A. Online address: [email protected]