EHRLICH, Amy. American, b. 1942. Genres: Children's fiction, Young adult fiction, Young adult non-fiction. Career: Worked as a teacher in a day care center, fabric colorist, and hospital receptionist; Family Circle magazine, NYC, roving editor, 1976-77; Delacorte Press, NYC, senior editor, 1977-78; Dial Books for Young Readers, NYC, senior editor, 1978-82, executive editor, 1982-84; Candlewick Press, Cambridge, MA, vice president, editor-in-chief, 1991-96, editor at large, 1996-. Publications: FOR YOUNG ADULTS. FICTION: Where It Stops, Nobody Knows, 1988; The Dark Card, 1991. OTHER: (ed.) When I Was Your Age: Original Stories about Growing Up, 1996, vol. 2, 2003. FOR CHILDREN: Zeek Silver Moon, 1972; The Everyday Train, 1977; Leo, Zack, and Emmie, 1981; Annie and the Kidnappers, 1982; Annie Finds a Home, 1982; Buck-Buck the Chicken, 1987; Leo, Zack, and Emmie Together Again, 1987; Emma's New Pony, 1988; The Story of Hanukkah, 1989; Lucy's Winter Tale, 1991; Parents in the Pigpen: Pigs in the Tub, 1993; Maggie and Silky Joe, 1994; Hurry Up, Mickey, 1996; Rachel: The Story of Rachel Carson, 2003. ADAPTER: Wounded Knee: An Indian History of the American West, 1974; Annie: The Storybook Based on the Movie, 1982; Bunnies All Day Long, 1985; Bunnies and Their Grandma, 1985; Cinderella, 1985; The Ewoks and the Lost Children, 1985; (and ed.) The Random House Book of Fairy Tales, 1985; Bunnies On Their Own, 1986; Bunnies at Christmastime, 1986; Pome and Peel: A Venetian Tale, 1989; Rapunzel, 1989. RETELLER: Thumbelina, 1979; The Wild Swans, 1981; The Snow Queen, 1982.