Erlbach, Arlene

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ERLBACH, Arlene. Also writes as Max Taylor. American, b. 1948. Genres: Children's fiction, Young adult fiction, Children's non-fiction, Young adult non-fiction. Career: Writer. Schoolteacher in Illinois. Publications: YOUNG ADULT NOVELS: Does Your Nose Get in the Way, Too?, 1987; Guys, Dating, and Other Disasters, 1987; Drop-Out Blues, 1988; Dial 555-Love, 1991; A Little More to Love, 1994. MIDDLE GRADE NOVEL: The Herbie Hummerston Homework Haters' Club, 1995. CHILDREN'S NONFICTION: Bicycles, 1994; Floods, 1994; Hurricanes, 1993; Peanut Butter, 1994; Soda Pop, 1994; Tornadoes, 1994; The Best Friends Book, 1995; Blizzards, 1995; Forest Fires, 1995; Video Games, 1995; The Families Book, 1996; Happy Birthday Everywhere, 1997; Sidewalk Games around the World, 1996; Wonderful Wolves of the Wild, 1996; Teddy Bears, 1997; My Pet Rat, 1998; The Kids' Business Book, 1998; The Kids' Invention Book, 1998; The Kids' Volunteer Book, 1998; The Welfare System, 1998; Kent State, 1998; Worth the Risk, 1999. MIDDLE GRADE NOVELS AS MAX TAYLOR: The Halloween Hex, 1990; My Brother, the Droid, 1990; Short Circuit, 1990; Happy New Year Everywhere, 1999; Merry Christmas Everywhere, 2002; Hanukkah, Celebrating the Holiday of Lights, 2001; Christmas, Celebrating Life, Giving & Kindness, 2002. Address: 5829 Capulina Ave, Morton Grove, IL 60053, U.S.A. Online address: [email protected]