Stangl, (Mary) Jean
STANGL, (Mary) Jean
STANGL, (Mary) Jean. American, b. 1928. Genres: Education, Children's non-fiction, Novellas/Short stories. Career: Ventura Community College, Ventura, CA, instructor in early childhood education, 1975-85; University of California, Santa Barbara, CA, instructor in extension department, 1976-85; writer. Publications: Finger Painting Is Fun, privately printed, 1975. The NoCook Cookery Cookbook, privately printed, 1976. Paper Stories, Pitman Learning, 1984. Holiday Movement Activities, Front Row Experience, 1984. Flannelgraphs: Flannel Board Fun for Little Ones, Pitman Learning, 1986. Magic Mixtures: Creative Fun for Little Ones, Pitman Learning, 1986. Fingerlings: Finger Puppet Fun for Little Ones, Pitman Learning, 1986. Cut and Tell Bible Stories: Old Testament, Standard Publishing, 1987. Cut and Tell Bible Stories: New Testament, Standard Publishing, 1987. The Tools of Science, Dodd, Mead, 1987. Is Your Storytale Dragging?, Fearon, 1987. Hats, Hats, and More Hats: 70 Hats Kids Can Make and Wear, Fearon, 1989. Crystals and Crystal Gardens You Can Grow, F. Watts, 1990. H2O Science: Water Science Activities, Fearon, 1990. Gardening Fun, Fearon, 1992. Mother Goose Fun for Everyone, 1993; Story Sparklers, Denison, 1991; Recycle Activities for the Primary Grades, Fearon, 1992; Giant Pattern Book of Theme Units, Fearon, 1993; Giant Pattern Book of Theme Units Teacher's Guide, Fearon, 1993; The Little Scientist: An Activity Lab, Tab/McGraw- Hill, 1993; Science Toolbox; Making and Using the Tools of Science, Tab McGraw Hill, 1993; How to Get Your Teaching Ideas Published, A Guide to the Educational Market, Walker, 1994. Address: 1658 Calle La Cumbre, Camarillo, CA 93010, U.S.A.