Hays, Wilma Pitchford
HAYS, Wilma Pitchford
HAYS, Wilma Pitchford. American, b. 1909. Genres: Children's fiction, Children's non-fiction. Career: Former elementary sch. teacher; teacher of juvenile writing, Cape Cod Writer's Conference, 1963-64, 1973, 1974. Publications: Pilgrim Thanksgiving, 1955; Christmas on the Mayflower, 1956; Story of Valentine, 1956; Freedom, 1958; Fourth of July Raid, 1959; Easter Fires, 1959; Drummer Boy for Montcalm, 1959; Little Horse That Raced a Train, 1959; Little Lone Coyote, 1961; The Hawaiian Way, 1961; Abe Lincoln's Birthday, 1961; Highland Halloween, 1962; George Washington's Birthdays, 1963; The Pup That Became a Police Dog, 1963; Little Hawaiian Horse, 1963; The Scarlet Badge, 1963; Cape Cod Adventure, 1964; Pontiac (biography), 1965; The French Are Coming, 1965; Little Hurricane Happy, 1965; Eli Whitney, Founder of Industry, 1965; Samuel Morse and the Electronic Age, 1966; The Goose Who Was a Watchdog, 1967; Noko Captive of Columbus, 1967; May Day for Samoset, 1968; Mary's Star, 1968; The Apricot Tree, 1968; Naughty Little Pilgrim, 1969; Rebel Pilgrim (biography), 1969; The Burro Who Ran Away, 1969; Circus Girl Without a Name, 1970; Patrick of Ireland, 1970; The Open Gate, 1970; The Long Blond Wig, 1971; Pilgrim to the Rescue, 1971; Meriwether Lewis Mystery (biography), 1971; For Ma and Pa, 1972; Little Yellow Fur, 1973; (with R. V. Hays) Foods the Indians Gave Us, 1973; Siege, 1976; Monsters and Oil Wells Don't Mix, 1976; Trouble at Otter Creek, 1978; Ghost at Penniman House, 1979; Yellow Fur and Little Hawk, 1980; Rex the Hero Dog, 1986. Address: 1660 La Gorce Dr, Venice, FL 34293, U.S.A.