Individual Author Record
Name: Beth SzillagyiPen Name: None Genre: Audience: Adult; Born: 1956 in Gary, Indiana
-- Website -- http://www.bluecollargal.homestead.com
-- Beth Szillagyi on WorldCat -- http://www.worldcat.org/search?q=beth+szillagyi
Illinois ConnectionSzillagyi resides in Petersburg, Illinois.
Biographical and Professional InformationSzillagyi has been a sheet metal worker for appx. 30 years and a writer for as long as she can remember. The heroine of her book ''Hey, Lady! Your Tin Snips are Showing!'' is a woman who joins a formerly all-male sheet metal shop as an apprentice. It's a tale about growing up female, challenging the norms, and following one's dreams, down an unusual and oftentimes hilarious road that few have traveled before.
- Hey, Lady, Your Tin Snips Are Showing, Synergebooks, 2002
- Cobwebs in the Broiler: The Adventures of a Very Wicked Step Mother, Synergebooks 2005
- Notes From Rainbow Bridge, Synergebooks, 2007
Titles At Your Library
Hey, Lady! Your Tin Snips are Showing
ISBN: 1931540918 SynergeEBooks. 2002 Enter a world where men – supposedly - rule and women aren't usually welcome Ms. Szillagyi shows us the real truth behind the construction business... the good, the bad, and the hilarious.
Cobwebs in the Broiler: The Adventures of a Very Wicked Step Mother
ISBN: 0744309921 SynergEbooks. 2005 Val Szabo thought being the first woman sheet metal worker in her local community was a tough job. As it turns out, being the "wicked" stepmother to two kids is the hardest thing she's tackled yet.Join her on her crazy, zany, (and sometimes scary) journey into everything you never wanted to know about helping raise other people's kids.
Notes From Rainbow Bridge
ISBN: 0744311411 SynergEbooks. 2007 Rainbow Bridge, filled with warmth and sunshine, is the place where our pets go when their lives on earth are finished. There is plenty to do at the Bridge while they wait for their humans, and Chloe, a Samoyed dog in her former life, has been assigned to tell of her experiences by her boss, Big Dog. She meets many creatures, human and otherwise and also spends time volunteering and visiting the many areas of the Bridge, including the human and animal halls of fame that exist there. Her favorite pastime, however, is watching some of the many reunions that take place between humans and their pets. Typical of her breed and dogs in general, Chloe tells the story with canine wit, wisdom and whimsy.