St. George, Judith
ST. GEORGE, Judith
ST. GEORGE, Judith. American, b. 1931. Genres: Children's fiction, Children's non-fiction. Career: York Correctional Institution, Niantic, CT, teacher of creative writing, 1994-. Rutgers University Council on Children's Literature, Member, 1977-95; Brooklyn Bridge Centennial Commission Educational Committee, Chairman, 1981-83. Publications: Turncoat Winter, Rebel Spring, 1970; The Girl with Spunk, 1975; By George, Bloomers!, 1976; The Chinese Puzzle of Shag Island, 1976; The Shad Are Running, 1977; The Shadow of the Shaman, 1977; The Halo Wind, 1978; The Halloween Pumpkin Smasher, 1978; Mystery at St. Martin's 1979; The Amazing Voyage of the New Orleans, 1980; Haunted, 1980; Call Me Margo, 1981; The Mysterious Girl in the Garden, 1981; The Brooklyn Bridge: They Said It Couldn't Be Built, 1982; Do You See What I See?, 1982; In the Shadow of the Bear, 1983; (adapter) Grand Constructions, 1983; (adapter) Great Paint- ers, 1984; (author from filmscript) Tales of the Gold Monkey, 1983; (author from filmscript) A View to a Kill, 1985; The Mount Rushmore Story, 1985; What's Happening to My Junior Year?, 1986; Who's Scared? Not Me!, 1987; Panama Canal: Gateway to the World, 1989; The White House: Cornerstone of a Nation, 1990; Mason and Dixon's Line of Fire, 1991; Dear Dr. Bell…Your Friend, Helen Keller, 1992; Crazy Horse, 1994; To See with the Heart: The Life of Sitting Bull, 1996; Sacagawea, 1997; Betsy Ross: Patriot of Philadelphia, 1997; In the Line of Fire: Presidents' Lives at Stake, 1999; So You Want to Be President?, 2000; John & Abigail Adams: An American Love Story, 2001. Address: 8 Binney Rd, Old Lyme, CT 06371, U.S.A.