Individual Author Record
Name: Susan SussmanPen Name: None Genre: C:ADULT C:CHILD C:YA Fiction Mystery Non-Fiction Born: in Chicago, Illinois Sites:
Illinois ConnectionSusan has lived in Chicago most of her life.
Biographical and Professional InformationSussman is an author and screen writer. She began her writing career freelancing for Chicago newspapers and national publications. Her first book was ''Hippo Thunder''. She has published both fiction and non-fiction for ages pre-school through adult. She won an EMMY for the screen adaptation of her classic holiday children’s book: ''There’s No Such Thing as a Chanukah Bush, Sandy Goldstein'' and her works have been translated into many languages around the world.Sussman has also contributed to ''One For You, One For Me'' a Disney/World juvenile book. Other books include: a few Whitman Boxcar books for youth - ''The Mystery of the Traveling Tomatoes'', ''A Horse Named Dragon'' and ''The Secret of the Mask'' and young adult books - ''Sweet Talk'', Dell; ''Night After Night'', Dell; ''Just Friends'', Fawcett/Ballantine and ''Don't Say Goodbye'', Dell.
''Hippo Thunder'', Albert Whitman & Co., 1982''There`s No Such Thing as a Chanukah Bush, Sandy Goldstein'', Albert Whitman & Co., 1983''Casey the Nomad'', Albert Whitman & Co., 1985''Lies (people believe) About Animals'', Albert Whitman & Co., 1987''Hanukkah : Eight Lights Around the World '', Albert Whitman & Co., 1988''Big Friend, Little Friend: A Book About Symbiosis'', Houghton Mifflin Harcourt, 1989''The Dieter'', Pocket Books, 1990''Time Off from Good Behavior'', Headline Book Publishing, 1992''Young Wives' Tales'', Headline Book Publishing, 1996''Audition For Murder'', Worldwide Library, 2000''Cruising For Murder'', Worldwide Library, 2002