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Babs Bell Hajdusiewicz Biography - Personal, Addresses, Career, Member, Writings, Work in Progress

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Education: Indiana State University, B.S. (elementary education), 1965; Indiana State University, M.S. (elementary education, special education), 1969; Indiana State University, School Administration Specialist certification (special education), 1971. Hobbies and other interests: Children, travel, American antiques.

Addresses

Agent—c/o Author Mail, Reading Realm, P.O. Box 76732, Atlanta, GA 30358-1732.

Career

Educator and author. Elementary school teacher in Great Neck, NY, 1967-68, and Terre Haute, IN, 1965-67; teacher of special-needs students, Brazil, IN, 1968-72; director of special education services Putnam-West Hendricks Cooperative, Greencastle, IN, 1972-73, and Northville, MI, 1973-75; parenting education instructor, Rocky River, OH, 1981-82; Eastern Michigan University, Ypsilanti, special-education instructor and liaison 1978-80; Cleveland State University, Cleveland, OH, special-education instructor and liaison, 1981-83; Westshore Montessori Association, Cleveland, administrative consultant, 1983-84; Pee Wee Poetry, founder and director, 1979-89; Booking the Future: Reader to Reader, founder and director, 1993; freelance writer, beginning 1986; education consultant, beginning 1987.

Member

International Reading Association, National Association for Education of Young Children, Society of Children's Books Writers and Illustrators, Georgia Area Society of Children's Book Writers and Illustrators, Georgia Reading Association, Atlanta Area Reading Association.

Writings

You Have a Friend, Dainty Dinosaur, Modern Curriculum Press (Cleveland, OH), 1988.

You Are Here, Dainty Dinosaur, Modern Curriculum Press (Cleveland, OH), 1988.

Why, Dainty Dinosaur?, Modern Curriculum Press (Cleveland, OH), 1988.

Who Did This, Dainty Dinosaur?, Modern Curriculum Press (Cleveland, OH), 1988.

Where Is It, Dainty Dinosaur?, Modern Curriculum Press (Cleveland, OH), 1988.

When Will I, Dainty Dinosaur?, Modern Curriculum Press (Cleveland, OH), 1988.

What Is It, Dainty Dinosaur?, Modern Curriculum Press (Cleveland, OH), 1988.

Up and down, Dainty Dinosaur, Modern Curriculum Press (Cleveland, OH), 1988.

Two Homes for Dainty Dinosaur, Modern Curriculum Press (Cleveland, OH), 1988.

It Will Be Fun, Dainty Dinosaur, Modern Curriculum Press (Cleveland, OH), 1988.

How Can I, Dainty Dinosaur?, Modern Curriculum Press (Cleveland, OH), 1988.

Help from Dainty Dinosaur, Modern Curriculum Press (Cleveland, OH), 1988.

Poetry Works!, Modern Curriculum Press (Cleveland, OH), 1991.

Poetry Works! The Second Stanza, Modern Curriculum Press (Cleveland, OH), 1992.

Poetry Works! The First Verse, Modern Curriculum Press (Cleveland, OH), 1993.

Busy People, Celebration Press (Parsippany, NJ), 1993.

Jacks and More Jacks, Scott Foresman (Parsippany, NJ), 1994.

Mary Carter Smith, African-American Storyteller, PReading Realm (Atlanta, GA), 1995.

Don't Go out in Your Underwear: Poems, Pearson Learning (Parsippany, NJ), 1997.

Words, Words, Words, Good Year Books (Tucson, AZ), 1997.

Words and More Words, Good Year Books (Tucson, AZ), 1997.

Phonics through Poetry: Teaching Phoenemic Awareness Using Poetry, Good Year Books (Tucson, AZ), 1999.

More! Phonics through Poetry: Teaching Phoenemic Awareness Using Poetry, Good Year Books (Tucson, AZ), 1999.

The Bridge Is Up!, HarperCollins (New York, NY), 2004.

Contributor of poetry to periodicals, including Hopscotch and Humpty Dumpty; contributor to Plays; author of numerous reading curriculum books and materials.

Work in Progress

The Bridge Is Up! and Sputter! Sputter! Sput!, both for HarperCollins; Oral language and Wow! Words, both for Good Year Books.

Biographical and Critical Sources

PERIODICALS

Booklist, March 1, 1996, Susan Dove Lempke, review of Mary Carter Smith: African-American Storyteller, p. 1176; May 1, 2004, Carolyn Phelan, review of The Bridge Is Up!

ONLINE

Babs Bell Hajdusiewicz Home Page, http://www.ilikeme.com(July 6, 2005).

Writers Net, http://www.writers.net/(July 6, 2005), "BabsBell Hajdusiewicz."

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