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Rich, Francine Poppo 1967- (Francine Poppo)

Rich, Francine Poppo 1967- (Francine Poppo)

PERSONAL:

Born October 10, 1967, in Brooklyn, NY; daughter of John James (an attorney) and Marie (a teacher) Poppo; married Jude T. Rich (a sales manager), August 14, 1993. Ethnicity: "Italian American." Education: Fairfield University, B.A.; State University of New York at Stony Brook, M.A.; doctoral study at Columbia University. Politics: Republican. Religion: Roman Catholic. Hobbies and other interests: Exercise, family visits.

ADDRESSES:

Home—West Bay Shore, NY. Office—Blue Marlin Publications, 823 Aberdeen Rd., West Bay Shore, NY 11706; fax: 613-666-0353. E-mail—[email protected]

CAREER:

Blue Marlin Publications, West Bay Shore, NY, publisher.

MEMBER:

Society of Children's Book Writers and Illustrators, Publishers Marketing Association.

WRITINGS:

CHILDREN'S PICTURE BOOKS

Why Can't I Spray Today: A PeeWee Pipes Adventure, Blue Marlin Publications (West Bay Shore, NY), 1999.

PeeWee Pipes and the Wing Thing, illustrated by Thomas H. Boné III, Blue Marlin Publications (West Bay Shore, NY), 2000.

Small, Not Tall, illustrated by Thomas DiFilippi, Blue Marlin Publications (West Bay Shore, NY), 2001.

Mama, Can Armadillos Swim?, illustrated by Thomas H. Boné III and Anthony Alex LeTourneau, Blue Marlin Publications (West Bay Shore, NY), 2004.

Also author of works under name Francine Poppo.

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