GREENWOOD, Barbara. Canadian, b. 1940. Genres: Children's fiction, Young adult fiction, Children's non-fiction, Biography. Career: Teacher in elementary schools in and around Toronto, Ontario, 1961-66; freelance creative writing teacher. Visiting lecturer at Ryerson University, 1984-2001; University of Toronto, 1990 & 1992, and University of New Brunswick, 1989 & 1991; conductor of writing workshops for teachers. Writer in residence, Markham Library System, 1989-90. Publications: A Question of Loyalty, 1984; (with A. McKim) Her Special Vision: A Biography of Jean Little, 1987; Jeanne Sauve, 1989; Spy in the Shadows, 1990; Klondike Challenge: Rachel Hanna, Frontier Nurse, 1990; (general ed.) Presenting…Children's Authors, Illustrators, and Performers, 1990; (with P. Hancock) The Other Side of the Story, 1990; A Pioneer Story: The Daily Life of a Canadian Family in 1840, 1994; (with B. Greenwood), Speak Up! Speak Out!, 1994; The Kids Book of Canada, 1997; Pioneer Crafts, 1997; The Last Safe House: A Story of the Underground Railroad, 1998; A Pioneer Thanksgiving: A Story of Harvest Celebrations in 1841, 1999; Gold Rush Fever: A Story of the Klondike, 1898, 2001; A Pioneer Thanksgiving: Celebrating in the Backwoods in 1841, 2003.