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Individual Author Record

General Information

Name:  Al Tudyman  

Pen Name: None

Genre: Fiction Non-Fiction

Born: December 1, 1914 in Cook County Illinois

-- Al Tudyman on WorldCat --

Illinois Connection

Tudyman was born in Cook County Illinois and attended Northwestern University. He taught in Westchester, Illinois and was a principal there. He was the assistant superintendent in charge of special education for the Board of Education in Cook County, Illinois.

Biographical and Professional Information

While in Illinois, Tudyman was a teacher, principal and was on the Cook County Board of Education. After moving to California, he was the director of special education for the Oakland, California, public schools. He was a part-time instructor in special education at the University of California, in Los Angeles, San Francisco State College (now University), Chico State College (now California State University, Chico) and California State University, Hayward. He was also the former president of the Society for Crippled Children in Alameda County, California.Besides writing several books, Tudyman was the Editor of the ''Pacemaker Books'' series and was also a contributor to many magazines.

Published Works Expand for more information

Titles At Your Library

About friends, (Functional basic reading series)
ISBN: 0870762176

Stanwix House. 1972

A beginning reader relates the experiences of a group of friends at home and at school.

About fun and play (Functional basic reading series)
ISBN: 0870762230

Stanwix House. 1972

Easy-to-read stories about a family's activities.

About King, (Functional basic reading series)
ISBN: 0870762052

Stanwix House. 1972

A dog plays with his family and friends and chases a cat.

About Mary and Bill, (Functional basic reading series)
ISBN: 0870762117

Stanwix House. 1972

Everyday activities of a brother and sister: a birthday party, a picnic, going to the grocery, going to the gas station, washing the dog.

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