MacLeod, Beatrice 1910-
MacLEOD, Beatrice 1910-
(Beatrice Beach MacLeod)
PERSONAL: Born January 15, 1910, in Brentwood, Long Island, NY; daughter of William DeVerne and Edith (Waldo) Beach; married Robert Brodie MacLeod (a professor of psychology), October 17, 1936 (died, 1972); children: Ian Fullerton (died, 1972), Alison Stuart. Education: Swarthmore College, B.A., 1931; Yale University, M.F.A., 1934.
ADDRESSES: Agent—c/o Author Mail, Peter Bedrick Books, 156 Fifth Ave., Ste. 817, New York, NY 10010.
CAREER: Director of summer stock players, "Forty-niners," Whitefield, NH, 1933–41; Swarthmore College, Swarthmore, PA, director of dramatics, 1934–46; Montreal Negro Theatre Guild, Montreal, Quebec, Canada, director, 1946–48; Ithaca College, Ithaca, NY, assistant professor of drama, 1949–51; Tompkins County Society for Mental Health, Ithaca, executive secretary, 1955–58; Telluride Association, Ithaca, executive secretary, beginning 1959. Children's Theatre Workshop, Ithaca, director, 1948–61, staff, beginning 1961; writer.
Animal Babies, illustrated by Fiammetta Dogi, Derrydale, 1996.
Amphibians, illustrated by Antonella Pastorelli, Gareth Stevens Publishing (Milwaukee, WI), 1997.
Birds, illustrated by Paola Holguin, Gareth Stevens Publishing (Milwaukee, WI), 1997.
Fish, illustrated by Matteo Chesi, Gareth Stevens Publishing (Milwaukee, WI), 1997.
Insects and Other Invertebrates, illustrated by Paola Hoguin, Gareth Stevens Publishers (Milwaukee, WI), 1997.
Mammals, illustrated by Ivan Stalio, Gareth Stevens Publishers (Milwaukee, WI), 1997.
Reptiles, illustrated by Umberta Pezzuoli, Gareth Stevens Publishers (Milwaukee, WI), 1997.
Deserts, Peter Bedrick Books (New York, NY), 2001.
Coral Reefs, Peter Bedrick Books (New York, NY), 2002.
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