Joanne Koch

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General Information

Name: Joanne Koch

Pen Name: None

Genres: Fiction, Non-Fiction



Illinois Connection

The Author is a professor of English and director of the Graduate Writing Program and National Louis University.

Biographical and Professional Information

Dr. Koch is the author or co-author of ten nonfiction books, screenwriter of an Emmy winning television series and the creator or co-author of sixteen plays and musicals produced around the country.

Published Works

  • Shared Stages: Ten American Dramas of Blacks & Jews, SUNY Press, 2007
  • Children: Development Through Adolescence, John Wiley & Son, 1983
  • Good Parents for Hard Times:..., Fireside, 1992
  • The Marriage Savers, Coward, McGann & Googhegan, 1976
  • Staying in Touch (Families in Touch Series), Parents in Touch Project, 1991
  • Getting to Know Me (Families in Touch Series), Total Graphics, 1989
  • Getting in Touch With Your Child (Families in Touch), Total Graphics, 1989
  • Older But Not Old Enough, Parents in Touch Project, 1991
  • Earthkids: Z to A, Earthkids Records, 2001
  • Growing Up (Families in Touch), Total Graphics, 1989

Titles for Purchase and at Your Library

Children: Development Through Adolescence

ISBN: 0471030694
Release Date: 1983-02-01

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Good Parents for Hard Times: Raising Responsible Kids in the Age of Drug Use and Sexual Activity

ISBN: 0671688006
Release Date: 1992-05

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Staying in touch (Families in touch series)

Release Date: 1991

Getting to know me (Families in touch series)

Release Date: 1989

Getting in touch with your child (Families in touch series)

Release Date: 1989

Older, but not old enough (Families inTouch series)

Release Date: 1991

Growing up (Families in touch series)

ASIN: B00071QQL4
Release Date: 1989

Literary Awards

Speaking Engagements and Upcoming Appearances

Speaking Engagement Availability: (No)

External Links

Joanne Koch on WorldCat

Joanne Koch on Amazon


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