Kuskin, Karla

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KUSKIN, Karla. Also writes as Nicholas Charles. American, b. 1932. Genres: Children's fiction. Publications: POETRY: Roar and More, 1956; James and the Rain, 1959; In the Middle of the Trees, 1958; The Animals and the Ark, 1958; Square as a House, 1960; The Bear Who Saw the Spring, 1961; All Sizes of Noises, 1962; Alexander Soames: His Poems, 1962; ABCDEFGHIJKLMNOPQRSTUVWXYZ, 1963; The Rose on My Cake, 1964; Sand and Snow, 1965; In the Flaky Frosty Morning, 1969; Any Me I Want to Be: Poems, 1972; Near the Window Tree: Poems and Notes, 1975; A Boy Had a Mother Who Bought Him a Hat, 1976; Herbert Hated Being Small, 1979; Dogs and Dragons, Trees and Dreams, 1980; Night Again, 1981; Something Sleeping in the Hall, 1985; Soap Soup, 1992; Patchwork Island, 1994; City Dog, 1994; City Noise, 1994; Moon, Have You Met My Mother?, 2003. CHILDREN'S FICTION: Just Like Everyone Else, 1959; Which Horse Is William?, 1959; The Walk the Mouse Girls Took, 1967; Watson, The Smartest Dog in the U.S.A., 1968; What Did You Bring Me?, 1973; The Philharmonic Gets Dressed, 1982; Thoughts, Pictures, and Words, 1995; The Sky Is Always in the Sky, 1998; I Am Me, 2000; Animals in the Ark, 2001; Dear Shell, You Smell, 2002; Under My Hood I Have a Hat, 2004; What Is It Like to Be a Cat?, 2005. SCREENPLAYS: What Do You Mean by Design?, 1973; An Electric Talking Picture, 1973. OTHER: A Space Story, 1978; The Dallas Titans Get Ready for Bed, 1986; Jerusalem, Shining Still, 1987; A Great Miracle Happened There: A Chanukah Story, 1993; Paul, 1994; The Upstairs Cat, 1997. POETRY AS NICHOLAS CHARLES: How Do You Get from Here to There?, 1962; Jane Ann June Spoon and Her Very Adventurous Trip to the Moon, 1966. Address: c/o Harriet Wasserman Literary Agency, 137 E 36th St, New York, NY 10016, U.S.A.