Fleming, Alice (Carew Mulcahey)
FLEMING, Alice (Carew Mulcahey)
FLEMING, Alice (Carew Mulcahey). American, b. 1928. Genres: Children's fiction, Children's non-fiction, Social commentary. Publications: The Key to New York, 1960; Wheels, 1960; A Son of Liberty, 1961; Doctors in Petticoats, 1964; Great Women Teachers, 1965; The Senator from Maine, 1969; Alice Freeman Palmer: Pioneer College President, 1970; Reporters at War, 1970; General's Lady, 1971; Highways into History, 1971; Pioneers in Print, 1971; Ida Tarbell: First of the Muckrakers, 1971; Psychiatry: What's It All About?, 1972; Nine Months: An Intelligent Woman's Guide to Pregnancy, 1972; The Moviemakers, 1973; Trials That Made Headlines, 1974; Contraception, Abortion, Pregnancy, 1974; New on the Beat, 1975; Alcohol: The Delightful Poison, 1975; Something for Nothing, 1978; The Mysteries of ESP, 1980; What to Say When You Don't Know What to Say, 1982; Welcome to Grossville, 1985; The King of Prussia and a Peanut Butter Sandwich, 1988; George Washington Wasn't Always Old, 1991; What, Me Worry? How to Hang in When Your Problems Stress You Out, 1992; P.T. Barnum: The World's Greatest Showman, 1993; A Century of Service, 1997; Frederick Douglass: From Slave to Statesman, 2004. EDITOR: Hosannah the Home Run!, 1972; America Is Not All Traffic Lights, 1976. Address: c/o Raines & Raines, 103 Kenyon Rd, Medusa, NY 12120-1404, U.S.A.