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Individual Author Record

General Information

Name:  Fern G. Brown  

Pen Name: None


Audience: Young Adult; Children; Children;

Born: 1918 in Chicago, Illinois

-- Fern G. Brown on WorldCat --

Illinois Connection

Brown was born in Chicago.

Biographical and Professional Information

Fern G. Brown was an author who wrote books for children and young adults.

Published Works Expand for more information

Titles At Your Library

Hard Luck Horse (Leader)
ISBN: 0807531596

Albert Whitman & Co. 1975

Cristi must decide whether to save a handicapped horse even though it will mean she may never own it.

Racing against the odds, Robyn C. Smith
ISBN: 081720119X

distributed by Childrens Press. 1976

A brief biography of Robyn Smith emphasizing her struggles to become a jockey and gain acceptance in the racing world.

Our Love
ISBN: 0449700348

Fawcett. 1986

After interviewing Daniel Luu, a Vietnamese student and former refugee, for an article in the school newspaper, shy Sue Bolkowski discovers that despite their different backgrounds, they have much in common, including a mutual attraction.

Jockey--or else! (Pilot books)
ISBN: 0807539449

A. Whitman. 1978

His summer experiences at Lakeside Horse Farm convince Benjy he will never be a jockey therefore, he sets more realistic goals that will still involve him with horses.

Etiquette (First Book)
ISBN: 0531049086

Franklin Watts. 1985

Describes guidelines for good behavior at home, school, in public, at parties, and as a house guest, and tells how to make introductions and write letters

Hereditary Diseases (First Book)
ISBN: 0531103862

Franklin Watts. 1987

Discusses the causes, symptoms, and treatment of inheritable diseases such as cystic fibrosis, sickle cell anemia, Tay-Sachs, and diabetes and explores the field of genetic counseling

Teen Guide to Childbirth (Teen Guides)
ISBN: 0531152081

Franklin Watts. 1990

A primer for the expectant mother and father on what to expect at childbirth and on how to prepare for and make decisions about delivery.

Special Olympics (First Book)
ISBN: 0531200620

Franklin Watts. 1992

Describes the history and organization of the Special Olympics and explains how athletes and volunteers can get involved.



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