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Lomonaco, Palmyra


LOMONACO, Palmyra. American, b. 1932. Genres: Education, Children's fiction. Career: Teacher and writer in Durham, NC, 1954-84. New Mexico Department of Human Services, child care specialist; Bernalillo County Mental Health-Mental Retardation Center, Albuquerque, NM, child care trainer; Albuquerque-Bernalillo County Economic Opportunity Board, director of child development and child care centers; University of New Mexico, adjunct instructor in on-site programs for Navajo and Apache early childhood education; University of Albuquerque, adjunct assistant professor of education; Duke University, play therapist in Department of Pediatrics; Durham Technical Community College, program director and instructor in Early Childhood Associate Program; consultant to early childhood education programs. Publications: Music and Motion: The Rhythmic Language of Children, 1976; Up from the Classroom, 1977; Halloween: Its Place in the Curriculum, 1988; Joey's Blanket, 1994; Night Letters, 1996. Contributor to magazines. Address: 4100 Five Oaks Dr. No. 41, Durham, NC 27707, U.S.A.

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