Illinois State Library

Illinois Center for the Book


Individual Author Record

General Information

Name:  Alice K. Flanagan  

Pen Name: None

Genre:

Audience: Children;

Born:


-- Alice K. Flanagan on WorldCat -- http://www.worldcat.org/search?q=alice+k.+flanagan


Illinois Connection

Alice lives in Chicago, Illinois.

Biographical and Professional Information


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Selected Titles At Your Library

Angel Island /
ISBN: 0756517249. OCLC Number: 57652525

Compass Point Books,. .

A look at the immigration station on the West coast.

Cats :
ISBN: 1567666914. OCLC Number: 41076322

Child's World,. .

Simple text and repetition of the letter "a" help readers learn how to use this sound.

Masks! /
ISBN: 0516200798. OCLC Number: 33132950

Children's Press,. .

Examines the various functions of masks around the world.

Ms. Davison, our librarian /
ISBN: 051626060X. OCLC Number: 34767360

Children's Press,. .

Simple text and photographs describe the duties and responsibilities of a public librarian who helps people access information.

Ms. Murphy fights fires
ISBN: 0516204947. OCLC Number: 36307871

Children's Press,. .

Simple text and photographs follow a female firefighter as she and the rest of a fire-fighting team try to save a burning building.

Teachers (Community Workers)
ISBN: 0756511976. OCLC Number: 45136772

Compass Point Books. .

The Lowell mill girls /
ISBN: 0756517311. OCLC Number: 58054665

Compass Point Books,. .

Discusses the history of the first mill in the United States to use machines to turn raw cotton into finished cloth, the women who worked in the mill, and how the innovations in the textile industry brought on the Industrial Revolution.

The Pueblos /
ISBN: 0516263838. OCLC Number: 36656499

Children's Press,. .

Examines the culture, history, and society of the Pueblos.

The Shawnee /
ISBN: 0516263846. OCLC Number: 37268289

Children Press,. .

Introduces the history, social structure, daily life, and culture of the Shawnee Nation.

The Wampanoags /
ISBN: 0516263889. OCLC Number: 39676694

Children's Press,. .

Presents the cultural, social, and historical achievements of the Wampanoags.