Slepian, Jan(ice B.)
SLEPIAN, Jan(ice B.)
SLEPIAN, Jan(ice B.). American, b. 1921. Genres: Children's fiction, Young adult fiction, Education. Career: Massachusetts General Hospital, Boston, MA, language therapist, 1947-49; private speech therapist, 1952-58; Red Seal Clinic, Newton, NJ, speech therapist, 1953-55; Matheny School for Cerebral Palsy, Farhills, NJ, speech therapist, 1955-57; writer. Publications: LISTEN-HEAR SERIES (with A. Seidler): Alfie and the Dream Machine, 1964; The Cock Who Couldn't Crow, 1964; Lester and the Sea Monster, 1964; Magic Arthur and the Giant, 1964; Mister Sipple and the Naughty Princess, 1964; The Roaring Dragon of Redrose, 1964. JUNIOR LISTEN- HEAR SERIES (with A. Seidler): Bendemolena, 1967; The Cat Who Wore a Pot on Her Head, 1981; Ding-Dong, Bing-Bong, 1967; An Ear Is to Hear, 1967; The Hungry Thing, 1967; The Silly Listening Book, 1967. FOR CHILDREN (with A. Seidler): The Best Invention of All, 1967; The Hungry Thing Returns, 1990; The Hungry Thing Goes to a Restaurant, 1992; Lost Moose, 1995; Emily Just in Time, 1998. NOVELS FOR YOUNG ADULTS: The Alfred Summer, 1980; Lester's Turn, 1981; The Night of the Bozos, 1983; Getting On with It, 1985; Something beyond Paradise, 1987; The Broccoli Tapes, 1989; Risk n' Roses, 1990; Back to Before, 1993; Pinocchio's Sister, 1995; The Mindreader, 1997. OTHER: Building Foundations for Better Speech and Reading (teachers' training series), 1974. Address: c/o Sheldon Fogelman, 10 East 40th St, New York, NY 10016, U.S.A.