Muir, Helen

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MUIR, Helen

MUIR, Helen. British, b. 1937. Genres: Novels, Children's fiction. Career: Worked as a reporter for the Birkenhead News, the Hampstead Highgate Express, and the London Sunday Times, until 1980; writer. Publications: NOVELS: Don't Call It Love, 1975; Noughts and Crosses, 1976; The Belles Lettres of Alexandea Bonaparte, 1980; Many Men and Talking Wives, 1981; Nothing for You, Love, 1988; Consequences, 1994; Celestial Seasonings, 1995. CHILDREN'S BOOKS: Jack Russell Jackson, 1983; Dan's Secret Pony, 1985; Lila the Edible Frog, 1986; Montagu Mountain Goat, 1987; Wonderwitch, 1988; The Racing Witch, 1988; Modge and Podge, 1988; Tiger Trouble, 1989; Magic Mark, 1990; Wonderwitch & The Rooftop Cats, 1991; The Twenty Ton Chocolate Mountain, 1994; Wonderwitch Goes to the Dogs, 1995; Wonderwitch and the Spooks, 1997. Address: c/o MBA Literary Agents, 62 Grafton Way, London W1P 5LD, England.