French, Fiona

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FRENCH, Fiona

FRENCH, Fiona. British, b. 1944. Genres: Children's fiction, Illustrations. Career: Children's art therapy teacher, Long Grove Psychiatric Hospital, Epsom, Surrey, 1967-69; design teacher, Wimbledon School of Art, London, 1970-71, and Leicester and Brighton Polytechnics, 1973-74. Publications: Jack of Hearts, 1970; Huni, 1971; The Blue Bird, 1972; King Tree, 1973; City of Gold, 1975; Aio the Rainmaker, 1975; Matteo, 1976; Hunt the Thimble, 1978; Oscar Wilde's Star Child, 1979; The Princess and the Musician, 1981; John Barley Corn, 1982; Future Story, 1983; Fat Cat, 1984; Going to Squintums, 1985; Maid of the Wood, 1985; Snow White in New York, 1986; Song of the Nightingale, 1986; Cinderella, 1987; Rise, Shine, 1989; The Magic Vase, 1991; Anancy and Mr. Dry-Bone, 1991; King Of Another Country, 1993; Little Incking, 1994; Pepi and the Secret Names, 1994; Miss Mouse Gets Married, 1996; Lord of the Animals, 1997; Jamil's Clever Cat, 1998; (ed.) Easter, 2002. Illustrator of books by: M. Mayo, R. Blythe, J. Westwood and others. Address: c/o Frances Lincoln Ltd, 4 Torriano Mews, Torriano Ave, London NW5 2RZ, England.