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Vaughan, Marcia (K.)

VAUGHAN, Marcia (K.)

VAUGHAN, Marcia (K.). American, b. 1951. Genres: Children's fiction, Animals/Pets, Children's non-fiction. Career: Writer, 1981-. Captain Charles Wilkes Elementary School, Bainbridge Island, WA, school librarian, 1975- 80; Natangiia Primary School, Rarotonga, Cook Islands, volunteer school librarian, 1981; Blessed Sacrament School, Mosman, NSW, Australia, school librarian, 1982-88. Publications: CHILDREN'S BOOKS: The Lucky Fun Book, 1984; Who?, 1984; Wombat Stew, 1985; Pewzer and Bonsai, 1985; Hands, Hands, Hands, 1987; Tails, 1987; Whose Toes and Nose Are Those?, 1987; A Cat's Eye Is One, 1987; Hiccups, 1987; Where Does the Wind Go?, 1987; Crosby Crocodile's Disguise, 1988; The Sticky Beak Mystery series (26 books), 1988; Still Room for More, 1989; The Wombat Stew Cookbook, 1989; (with R. Vaughan) Adam's Apple, 1989; (with R. Vaughan) Ships, Boats and Things That Float, 1989; As Fat as That, 1989; There's a Bunyip under My Bed, 1989; The Sandwich That Max Made, 1989; Wake Up, Wallaby, 1989; At Night, 1989; Clouds, 1989; Numerals, 1989; Sleeping, 1989; T.J.'s Tree, 1989; Sleepy Bear, 1989; Monkey's Friends, 1989; Moonlight, 1989; Milly Fitzwilly's Most Magnificent Mousecatcher, 1990; The Sea Breeze Hotel, 1990; An Abundance of Animals, 1990; Australian Spiders, 1990; Australian Snakes, 1990; Australian Crocodiles, 1990; Australian Insects, 1990; Australian Plants, 1990; Australian Sea Life, 1990; The Giants' Child, 1991; A Skirt for Susan, 1991; The Mystery of the Missing Map, 1992; Sheep Shape, 1993; How to Cook a Gooseberry Fool, 1993; Hi-De-Hi, 1993; Jungle Parade, 1993; Otto the Otter, 1993; Something New, 1993; The Old Oak Tree, 1993; Animal Stretches, 1993; My Friends, 1993; Zither, 1993; (with R. Vaughan) Bon Voyage, 1994; Snap!, 1994; Skateboard Bill, 1994; The Stick-around Cloud, 1994; Dorobo the Dangerous, 1994; Kapoc the Killer Croc, 1994; Riddle by the River, 1995; Tingo Tango Mango Tree, 1995; Whistling Dixie, 1995; The Dancing Dragon, 1996; Secret Friend, 1996; Delilah DrinkWater and the Clever Cloud, 1996; Boomer and Squeak's Lemonade Stand, 1999; Pirate Pie!, 1999; Abbie against the Storm, 1999; Foiled Again, 2000; Foolish Ray, 2000; The Picky Prince, 2000; The Secret of Bunratty Castle, 2000; Night Dancer, 2002; We're Going on a Ghost Hunt, 2001; The Secret to Freedom, 2001; Up the Learning Tyree, 2002; Kissing Coyotes, 2003. GOLDSWORTHY & MORT SERIES: Valentines and Easter Eggs, 1995; Spring Soup, 1995; Summer Fun, 1995; Holiday Hijinks, 1995. Contributor to books and computer programs. Address: PO Box 13351, Burton Station, Vashon Island, WA 98013, U.S.A.

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