Yolen, Jane

Yolen, Jane (Hyatt)

(1939–  ) writer, poet, editor; born in New York City. After graduating from Smith College (1960), she worked for various periodicals and publishers in New York before becoming a free-lance writer in 1965. Based in Hatfield, Mass., from 1974, she published many fine books for children, such as The Girl Who Cried Flowers and Other Tales (1974) and The Moon Ribbon and Other Tales (1976). She was also known as a tireless lecturer, teacher, editor, and promoter of imaginative writing for children.
The Cambridge Dictionary of American Biography, by John S. Bowman. Copyright © Cambridge University Press 1995. Reproduced with permission.
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YOLEN, Jane & STEMPLE, Adam, Pay the piper; a rock 'n' roll fairy tale.
Yolen, Jane. As the girl, Hannah, Hannah enacts the The Devil's prepares to celebrate tradition of Arithmetic Passover with her opening the door (Viking, family, she finds to the prophet 1988 their discussion Elijah on of the Holocaust Passover tiresome.
Yolen, Jane. Curse of the Thirteenth Fey: The True Tale of Sleeping Beauty.