HODGES, Margaret. American, b. 1911. Genres: Novellas/Short stories, Children's fiction, Children's non-fiction, Mythology/Folklore, Biography. Career: Professor Emeritus, School of Library and Information Science, University of Pittsburgh, PA, 1977- (Lecturer, 1964-68; Assistant Professor, 1968-72; Associate Professor, 1972-75; Professor, 1975-77). Storyteller, WQED-TV Schools Services Dept. series, Tell Me a Story, 1965-. Radio and Television Storyteller, 1953-64, and Children's Librarian, 1958-64, Carnegie Library of Pittsburgh, PA; Story Specialist, Pittsburgh Public Schools, PA, 1964-68. Publications: One Little Drum, 1958; (co-ed.) Stories to Tell to Children, 1960; What's for Lunch, Charley?, 1961; A Club against Keats, 1962; (ed.) Tell It Again, Great Tales from around the World, 1963; Secret in the Woods, 1963; The Wave, 1964; Tell Me a Story (teacher's manual), 1966; Hatching of Joshua Cobb, 1967; (ed.) Constellation, a Shakespearean Anthology, 1968; Sing Out, Charley!, 1968; Lady Queen Anne, a Biography of Queen Anne of England, 1969; Making of Joshua Cobb, 1971; Gorgon's Head, 1972; Hopkins of the Mayflower, Portrait of a Dissenter, 1972; Fire Bringer, 1972; Persephone and the Springtime, 1973; Other World, Myths of the Celts, 1973; Baldur and the Mistletoe, 1974; Freewheeling of Joshua Cobb, 1974; Knight Prisoner, 1976; The High Riders, 1980; The Little Humpbacked Horse, 1980; (co-ed.) Elva Smith's History of Children's Literature, 1980; The Avenger, 1982; Saint George and the Dragon, 1984; Making a Difference, 1989; The Voice of the Great Bell, 1989; The Kitchen Knight, 1990; Buried Moon, 1990; Brother Francis and the Friendly Beasts, 1991; St. Jerome and the Lion, 1991; Hauntings, Ghosts and Ghouls from around the World, 1991; The Golden Deer, 1992; Don Quixote and Sancho Panza, 1992; Of Swords and Sorcerers, 1993; Saint Patrick and the Peddler, 1993; The Hero of Bremen, 1993; Hidden in Sand, 1994; Gulliver in Lilliput, 1995; Comus, 1996; Molly Limbo, 1996; True Tale of Johnny Apple- seed, 1997; Silent Night: The Song and Its Story, 1997; Up the Chimney, 1998; Joan of Arc: The Lily Maid, 1999; (adapter) The Boy Who Drew Cats, 2002; The Legend of Saint Christopher, 2002; Merlin and the Making of a King, 2004. Address: Information Science Bldg Rm 600, University of Pittsburgh, Pittsburgh, PA 15260, U.S.A.