MOON, Nicola. British, b. 1952. Genres: Children's fiction. Career: Research assistant in cancer research, London, England, 1973-74; secondary schoolteacher, Wilshire, England, 1974-79; writer. Publications: At the Beginning of a Pig, 1994; Jodie's Colours, 1994; Lucy's Picture, 1995; Something Special, 1995; Penguins in the Fridge, 1995; Alligator Tails & Crocodile Cakes, 1996; Mouse Finds a Seed, 1996; Billy's Sunflower, 1997; JJ Rabbit and the Monster, 1999; Happy Birthday Amelia, 1999; My Most Favourite Thing, 2000; Planets, 2002; Mouse Tells the Time, 2002. Address: c/o David Higham Associates Ltd., 5-8 Lower John St, Golden Sq, London W1R 4HA, England.
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