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Fried, Janice

Fried, Janice

Personal

Female.

Addresses

Home—Metuchen, NJ.

Career

Illustrator.

Awards, Honors

Sydney Taylor Honor Book for Young Readers, 2008, for A Mezuzah on the Door.

Illustrator

Eden A. Delcher, compiler, Animal Rhymes, Allan Publishers (Baltimore, MD), 1992.

Eden A. Delcher, compiler, Counting Rhymes, Allan Publishers (Baltimore, MD), 1992.

Eden A. Delcher, compiler, Favorite Rhymes, Allan Publishers (Baltimore, MD), 1992.

Eden A. Delcher, compiler, Rhymes about Children, Allan Publishers (Baltimore, MD), 1992.

Amy Meltzer, A Mezuzah on the Door, Kar-Ben Publishing (Minneapolis, MN), 2007.

Contributor of illustrations to newspapers and magazines, including YM, Highlights for Children, Pulse, American Lawyer, New York Times, and Newsday.

Biographical and Critical Sources

PERIODICALS

Booklist, November 1, 2007, Kay Weisman, review of A Mezuzah on the Door, p. 55.

Kirkus Reviews, September 1, 2007, review of A Mezuzah on the Door.

ONLINE

Janice Fried Home Page,http://www.janicefried.com (February 1, 2009).

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