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Martin, Jacqueline Briggs

MARTIN, Jacqueline Briggs

MARTIN, Jacqueline Briggs. American, b. 1945. Genres: Children's fiction. Career: Author. Publications: Bizzy Bones and Uncle Ezra, 1984; Bizzy Bones and Moosemouse, 1986; Bizzy Bones and the Lost Quilt, 1988; Good Times on Grandfather Mountain, 1992; The Finest Horse in Town, 1992; Washing the Willow Tree Loon, 1995; The Second Street Gardens and the Green Truck Almanac, 1995, as The Green Truck Garden Giveaway: A Neighborhood Story and Almanac, 1997; Grandmother Bryant's Pocket, 1996; Higgins Bend Song and Dance, 1997; Button, Bucket, Sky, 1998; Snowflake Bentley, 1998; The Lamp, the Ice, and the Boat Called Fish, 2001; The Water Gift and the Pig of the Pig, 2002. Address: 312 Second Ave N, Mt. Vernon, IA 52314, U.S.A. Online address: [email protected]

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