Merrill, Jean (Fairbanks)
MERRILL, Jean (Fairbanks)
MERRILL, Jean (Fairbanks). American, b. 1923. Genres: Children's fiction. Career: Feature Ed., Scholastic Magazine, 1947-50; Ed., Literary Cavalcade, 1956-57; Associate Ed., Bank St. College of Education Publs. Division, NYC, 1964-65. Publications: Henry, The Hand-Painted Mouse, 1951; The Woover, 1952; Boxes, 1953; The Tree-House of Jimmy Domino, 1955; The Travels of Marco, 1956; A Song for Gar, 1957; The Very Nice Things, 1959; Blue's Broken Heart, 1960; Shan's Lucky Knife, 1960; Emily Emerson's Moon, 1960; The Superlative Horse, 1961; Tell about the Cow- barn, Daddy, 1963; The Pushcart War, 1964; High, Wide and Handsome, 1964; The Elephant Who Liked to Smash Small Cars, 1967; Red Riding, 1968; (ed) A Few Flies and I: Haiku by Issa, 1969; The Black Sheep, 1969; Here I Come, Ready or Not!, 1970; Mary, Come Running, 1970; How Many Kids Are Hiding on My Block?, 1970; Please, Don't Eat My Cabin, 1971; The Second Greatest Clown in the World, 1972; The Jackpot, 1972; The Toothpaste Millionaire, 1972; The Bumper Sticker Book, 1973; Maria's House, 1974; The Girl Who Loved Caterpillars, 1992. Address: Angel's Ark, 29 S. Main St, Randolph, VT 05060, U.S.A.