Hoberman, Mary Ann

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HOBERMAN, Mary Ann. American, b. 1930. Genres: Poetry, Children's fiction. Career: Writer, poet, speaker, consultant, and artist-in-the-schools, from 1955; The Pocket People (children's theater group), founder and member, 1968-75; Fairfield University, Fairfield, CT, adjunct professor, 1980-83; C.G. Jung Center, NYC, program coordinator, 1981. Publications: CHILDREN'S BOOKS: All My Shoes Come in Two's, 1957; How Do I Go?, 1958; Hello and Good-by, 1959; What Jim Knew, 1963; Not Enough Beds for the Babies, 1965; A Little Book of Little Beasts, 1973; The Looking Book, 1973, rev. ed., 2001; The Raucous Auk, 1973; Nuts to You and Nuts to Me, 1974; I Like Old Clothes, 1976; Bugs, 1976; A House Is a House for Me, 1978; Yellow Butter, Purple Jelly, Red Jam, Black Bread: Poems, 1981; The Cozy Book, 1982, rev. ed., 1995; Mr. and Mrs. Muddle, 1988; A Fine Fat Pig, and Other Animal Poems, 1991; Fathers, Mothers, Sisters, Brothers: A Collection of Family Poems, 1991; One of Each, 1997; The Seven Silly Eaters, 1997; The Llama Who Had No Pajama, 1998; Miss Mary Mack: A Hand-Clapping Rhyme, 1998; The Eensy Weensy Spider, 2000; The Two Sillies, 2000; And to Think That I Thought We Would Never Be Friends, 1999; Michael Finnegan, 2001; It's Simple, Said Simon, 2001;You Read to Me, 2001; Bill Grogan's Goat, 2002; The Marvelous Mouse Man, 2002; Right outside My Window, 2002; Mary Had a Little Lamb, 2003. OTHER: (ed.) My Song Is Beautiful: Poems and Pictures in Many Voices, 1994. Address: 98 Hunting Ridge Rd, Greenwich, CT 06831, U.S.A. Online address: [email protected]; Maryannhoberman.com