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Individual Author Record

General Information

Name:  Sharon Pierce  

Pen Name: None

Genre: Fiction Non-Fiction

Audience: Adult; Children;

Born: in Granite City, Illinois


-- Sharon Pierce on WorldCat -- http://www.worldcat.org/search?q=sharon+pierce


Illinois Connection

Sharon was born in Granite City, Illinois.

Biographical and Professional Information

Sharon was born in Granite City, Illinois, and raised in the Harrisburg, Pennsylvania area.


Published Works Expand for more information


Titles At Your Library

Making Whirligigs and Other Wind Toys
ISBN: 0806979801

Sterling Pub Co Inc. 1899

Supplies complete instructions for building wooden toys which are moved by the wind and are in shapes such as rabbits, pirates, soldiers, and penguins

Making Folk Toys and Weather Vanes
ISBN: 0806979070

Sterling Pub Co Inc. 1899

Provides patterns and instructions for building rocking horses, wheel toys, articulated toys, and weather vanes in a variety of animal shapes

Bunbun at Bedtime (Bunbun Series)
ISBN: 1841484385

Barefoot Books. 2001

While his siblings Benny and Bibi prepare for bed by putting away toys, taking baths, and making a bedtime snack, Bunbun decides that he would rather play, in an amusing tale that will delight little ones.

Making Holiday Folk Toys and Figures
ISBN: 0806966041

Sterling Pub Co Inc. 1899

Provides instructions for making folk figures, animals, Santas, religious figures, and toys, and includes advice on materials, equipment, and techniques

Bunbun at the Fair (Bunbun Series)
ISBN: 184148900X

Barefoot Books. 2002

While Bunbun is enjoying all of the activities of his first fair, he gets separated from his brother and sister, Benny and Bibi, in a simple tale that teaches youngsters how to deal with a simple conflict and resolution.

Making Miniature Country Houses
ISBN: 0806969849

Sterling Pub Co Inc. 1899

Provides detailed instructions for making miniature houses and other buildings, including churches, a barn and a movie theater

Bunbun, the Middle One (Bunbun Series)
ISBN: 1841483257

Barefoot Books. 2001

Perfect for the small child, this first story about Bunbun encourages and reassures children who may feel caught in the middle - less capable or coordinated than their siblings - or who sometimes find themselves in a muddle. Simple shapes and colors will encourage small children to try their artistic skills, while the alliteration and simple rhyme promote early reading. Endearingly illustrated by Sharon Pierce McCullough, this tale of bunnies offers a welcome focus on sibling relationships.


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