Pevsner, Stella

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PEVSNER, Stella

PEVSNER, Stella. American. Genres: Young adult fiction, Children's fiction, Plays/Screenplays. Career: Teacher; advertising copy writer for a drugstore chain and for advertising agencies; promotion director, Dana Perfumes; free-lance writer of articles, commercial film strips, and reading texts; writer for children, 1969-. Publications: FICTION. FOR CHILDREN: Break a Leg!, 1969; Footsteps on the Stairs, 1970; Call Me Heller, That's My Name, 1973; A Smart Kid Like You, 1975; Keep Stompin' till the Music Stops, 1977; Me, My Goat, and My Sister's Wedding, 1985; The Night the Whole Class Slept Over, 1991; Jon, Flora, and the Odd-Eyed Cat, 1994; Would My Fortune Cookie Lie?, 1996. FOR YOUNG ADULTS: And You Give Me a Pain, Elaine, 1978; Cute Is a Four-Letter Word, 1980; I'll Always Remember You … Maybe, 1981; Lindsay, Lindsay, Fly Away Home, 1983; Sister of the Quints, 1987; How Could You Do It, Diane?, 1989; I'm Emma, I'm a Quint, 1993; (with F. Tang) Sing for Your Father, Su Phan, 1997; Is Everyone Moonburned but Me?, 2000. PLAY: The Young Brontes: A Play in One Act, 1967. Address: 1540 N. State Pkwy, Chicago, IL 60610, U.S.A. Online address: [email protected]

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