|Author:||Margaret W. Brown|
|Publisher:||Scholastic (January 2000)|
|Other formats:||docx rtf lit txt|
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Margaret Wise Brown (May 23, 1910 – November 13, 1952) was an American writer of children's books, including Goodnight Moon and The Runaway Bunny, both illustrated by Clement Hurd. Brown was the middle child of three whose parents suffered from an unhappy marriage, in the Greenpoint neighborhood of Brooklyn, New York. She was the granddaughter of politician Benjamin Gratz Brown.
Cover shows some wearing around edges and corners. Little Golden Books iconic gold fold Binding has faded and peeled away in parts, but spine is well intact, staples have begun to shows some rusting. Previous owner's name is written on inside front cover. Pages shows some age related yellowing and minor stains, but is in good readable condition.
The Little Fireman book.
by Margaret Wise Brown. The little fireman and the big fireman each save fifteen little fat ladies, splash out the blaze, and return home for pink ice cream before bed. By the author of Caps for Sale.
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ISBN 10: 0060214767 ISBN 13: 9780060214760. Publisher: Harpercollins Childrens Books, 1993.
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Margaret Wise Brown was born in Brooklyn, NY. While working as a teacher at the Bank Street Experimental School, she . Margaret was a prolific writer, over a 100 of her stories were published as picture books during her lifetime. While working as a teacher at the Bank Street Experimental School, she started writing books for children. Posthumously several stories were at publishers ready for publication. During her life time she also wrote articles about writing for children, adapted classics, ghost wrote stories and many of her stories appear in anthologies.