Goldin, Barbara Diamond

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GOLDIN, Barbara Diamond

GOLDIN, Barbara Diamond. American, b. 1946. Genres: Novellas/Short stories, Children's fiction, Young adult fiction, Theology/Religion. Career: Special education teacher at public schools in Gloucester and Ipswich, MA, 1970-72; preschool teacher in Missoula, MT, and Yellow Springs, OH, 1972-75; Children's Bookshop, Missoula, MT, co-owner and operator, 1975-76; Goldendale Public Library, Goldendale, WA, library assistant in children's section, 1976-78; preschool teacher in Bellingham, WA, 1980-82; freelance writer, 1981-; Congregation B'nai Israel Preschool, Northampton, MA, head teacher, 1986-89; Heritage Academy, language arts teacher, 1990-. Publications: JUVENILE Just Enough Is Plenty, 1988; The World's Birthday, 1990; The Family Book of Midrash, 1990; Cakes and Miracles, 1991; Fire!, 1992; The Magician's Visit, 1993; The Passover Journey, 1994; Red Means Good Fortune, 1994; Night Lights, 1995; Bat Mitzvah, 1995; Creating Angels, 1996; Coyote and the Fire Stick, 1996; While the Candles Burn, 1996; The Girl Who Lived with the Bears, 1997; Journeys with Elijah, 1999; Ten Holiday Jewish Children's Stories, 2000; A Mountain of Blintzes, 2001. READERS: Honey Hunt, 2001; Osceola McCarty Woke up the World, 2001; Lilly in the Spotlight, 2001; Louis Armstrong, 2001; Berry Treats, 2001; Picture This!, 2001; River Wild, 2001. Contributor to children's magazines and newspapers. Address: c/o Ginger Knowlton, Curtis Brown Ltd, 10 Astor Pl, New York, NY 10003, U.S.A. Online address: [email protected];