Schuman, Michael A.

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SCHUMAN, Michael A.

SCHUMAN, Michael A. American, b. 1953. Genres: Travel/Exploration, Young adult non-fiction, Biography. Career: The Baseball Bulletin, Detroit, MI, Los Angeles correspondent/staff writer, 1975-79; Building News Inc., Los Angeles, CA, staff writer, 1978-79; Yankee Books, division of Yankee Magazine, Dublin, NH, editor/writer, 1979-82; self-employed writer, 1983-. Publications: Favorite Daytrips in New England, 1982, 5th ed., 1993; New England's Special Places, 1986, 2nd ed., 1990; New York State's Special Places, 1988; The Four Season Guide to New England, 1991; Cape Cod and the Islands, 1992; 52 New York Weekends, 1994, 2nd ed., 1999; Elie Wiesel: Voice from the Holocaust, 1994; Eleanor Roosevelt: First Lady and Humanitarian, 1995; Bill Cosby: Actor and Comedian, 1995; Franklin Roosevelt: The Four-Term President, 1996; Martin Luther King, Jr.: Leader for Civil Rights, 1996; Theodore Roosevelt, 1997; Harry S. Truman, 1997; Richard M. Nixon, 1998; Lyndon B. Johnson, 1998; Bill Clinton, 1999; Alexander Graham Bell: Inventor and Teacher, 1999; 52 Connecticut and Rhode Island Weekends, 1999; Delaware, 2000; Mayan and Aztec Mythology, 2001; Charles M. Schulz: Cartoonist and Creator of "Peanuts," 2002; George H.W. Bush, 2002; Bob Dylan: The Life and Times of an American Icon, 2003; Ulysses S. Grant, 2004; Bosnia and Herzegovina, 2003; Croatia, 2003; Serbia and Montenegro, 2004. Author of travel articles in newspapers and magazines.