Herzig, Alison Cragin

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HERZIG, Alison Cragin

HERZIG, Alison Cragin. American, b. 1935. Genres: Children's fiction, Young adult fiction. Career: Writer and founding partner of Editors Ink; worked for a number of years as an art dealer and briefly as a fiction editor and writer for a national magazine. Publications: (with J.L. Mali) A Word to the Wise, 1978; (with Mali) Oh, Boy! Babies!, 1980; (with Mali) A Season of Secrets, 1982; (with Mali) Thaddeus, 1984; Shadows on the Pond, 1985; (with Mali) The Ten-Speed Babysitter, 1987; (with Mali) Sam and the Moon Queen, 1992; The Big Deal, 1992; The Boonsville Bombers, 1993; (with Mali) Mystery on October Road, 1993; (with Mali) The Wimp of the World, 1994; Bronco Busters, 1998. Herzig's works have been translated into German, Swedish, French, Norwegian, Danish, and Japanese. ADAPTATIONS: Oh, Boy! Babies was made into an ABC primetime television special. Address: 15 West 81st St., New York, NY 10024, U.S.A.

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