The Life and Times of Stephen King - Paperback Paperback / Softcover Edition
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|About the Author||Lisa Rogak is an independent journalist with over three decades of experience in the biz. She's written about everything from high-tech and cats to food and travel, and after all this time, she is still amazed that it's possible to make a living by indulging her natural curiosity and asking total strangers really nosy questions... Her books have twice appeared on the New York Times Bestsellers List, and have been nominated for the Edgar and Anthony Awards. Her newest books include Cats on the Job: 50 Fabulous Felines Who Purr, Mouse, and Even Sing for Their Supper, and The True Tails of Baker and Taylor: The Library Cats Who Left Their Pawprints on a Small Town . . . and the World, which she co-authored with Jan Louch, a retired librarian who cared for the world-famous Scottish Folds. She lives in New Hampshire.|
|Author 1||Lisa Rogak|
|Edition Number||Paperback / Softcover Edition|
|Editorial Review||Praise for A Boy Named Shel: "Consulting many sources, among them Silverstein's friends; radio interviews; and newspaper, journal, and magazine articles, Rogak thoughtfully reconstructs the artist's life. ... An authoritative and accessible biography, absorbing from cover to cover."--Library Journal "[A BOY NAMED SHEL] offers revealing anecdotes, complete with some dirty laundry, about the prolific children’s author and cartoonist."--Kirkus Reviews "The strength of this biography is in leading readers back to Silverstein’s art, which is, after all, where he would have us find him."--School Library Journal|
|Publisher||JR Books Ltd|