Contents • • • • • • • Background [ ] Pfeffer was born in New York City, the daughter of, a lawyer and professor, and his wife, Freda nee Plotkin. She began writing stories as a child. She published her first book, Just Morgan, in 1970, when she was a senior. After college, she moved to, New York, where she still lives, and continued to write full-time. Linksys Am200 Firmware Download 1.19.05 here. She has published more than 75 books. Pfeffer's books cover the range of children's literature from picture books to young-adult novels. They include biographies, like the Portraits of Little Women series for younger readers, and both historical and contemporary fiction.
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She also wrote a book for adults about how to write for children. About David (1980) and The Year Without Michael (1987) are two of her books that have received critical notice. Pfeffer says that she enjoys writing about family dynamics.
Pfeffer achieved wider notice with her 2006 book, a best seller. This became the first of her Moon Crash series. Pfeffer cites the film as inspiration for the Moon Crash series. [ ] Bibliography [ ]. • Just Morgan (1970) • Better Than All Right (1972) • Rainbows & Fireworks (1973) • The Beauty Queen (1974) • Whatever Words You Want to Hear (1974) • Marly the Kid (1975) • Kid Power (1977) • Starring Peter and Leigh (1979) • Awful Evelina (1979; picture book) • About David (1980) • Just Between Us (1980) • What Do You Do When Your Mouth Won't Open? •, Encyclopedia.com, accessed June 21, 2014 • ^, Bookbrowse.com, July 2, 2011, accessed June 21, 2014 • ^, Inkweaver Review, April 27, 2009, accessed June 21, 2014 •, The Bookwars, November 4, 2013 Sources [ ] • Crossen, C. (2008, October 24).
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Retrieved from web, 6 April 2010. • Young Adult Library Services Association. American Library Association. Retrieved from web, 6 April 2010. External links [ ] • (up to 2000) • with Susan Beth Pfeffer at Scripts & Scribes.