Wright, Betty Ren

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WRIGHT, Betty Ren

WRIGHT, Betty Ren. American, b. 1927. Genres: Children's fiction. Career: Western Publishing Co. Inc., Racine, WI, children's book editor, 1949-76; freelance writer, 1976-. Racine Editorial, managing editor, 1967-78. Publications: FOR CHILDREN: The Day Our TV Broke Down, 1980; I Like Being Alone, 1981; My New Mom and Me, 1981; Why Do I Daydream?, 1981; My Sister Is Different, 1981; Getting Rid of Marjorie, 1981; The Secret Window, 1982; The Dollhouse Murders, 1983; Ghosts beneath Our Feet, 1984; Christina's Ghost, 1985; The Summer of Mrs. MacGregor, 1986; A Ghost in the Window, 1987; The Pike River Phantom, 1988; Rosie and the Dance of the Dinosaurs, 1989, published as The Midnight Mystery, 1990; A Ghost in the House, 1991; The Scariest Night, 1991; The Cat Next Door (picture book), 1991; The Ghosts of Mercy Manor, 1993; The Ghost of Popcorn Hill, 1993; The Ghost Witch, 1993; A Ghost Comes Calling, 1994; Out of the Dark, 1995; Nothing But Trouble, 1995. Author of picture books for Whitman Publishing and Golden Press. Author of preschool books in the "Disney Fun-to-Learn Library," 1983, and readers, "Disney Fun-to-Learn Library," 1986. Contributor to periodicals. Address: 611 47th Ave., Kenosha, WI 53144, U.S.A.

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