Individual Author Record
Name: Margery FrisbiePen Name: None Genre: Audience: Adult; Born: in Geneva, Illinois
-- Website -- http://www.richardfrisbie.net
-- Margery Frisbie on WorldCat -- http://www.worldcat.org/search?q=margery++frisbie
Illinois ConnectionFrisbie was born in Geneva, Illinois and currently resides in Chicago.
Biographical and Professional InformationFrisbie is a consulting editor, historian, poet and author of several books.
- An Alley in Chicago, The Ministry of a City Priest, Sheed & Ward, 1991
- Help Your Child Enjoy Books, St. Meinrad (Indiana): Abbey Press, 1964
- How Beautiful Upon the Prairie: A History of the First United Methodist Church, Arlington Heights, Illinois, 1988
- Mary Ward, Kehl (West Germany): Editions Sadifa Media, 1986
- Old Timers' Reunion: Remembering Early Days in Arlington Heights, 1997
- The Do-It-Yourself Parent, Sheed & Ward, 1963 - written with Richard Frisbee
- The Story of the Alexian Brothers, Lingolsheim Cedex (France): Editions Sadifa, 1984
- This Bookish Inclination: The Story of the Arlington Heights Memorial Library, 1887-1987, Friends of the Library, 1987
Titles At Your Library
The Do-It-Yourself Parent
ISBN: 0971365105 Performance Power Press. 2001 Ideas and resources for family activities to enrich your children's education and increase their love of learning. This chronicle of experiences raising eight children will amuse and inspire you. Revised Book Lists and Resources include websites offering materials and information. A treasure chest of ideas for every family.
Old Timers' Reunion: Reflecting on Early Days in Arlington Heights
ISBN: 0965808505 Frisbie Communications. 0
Help your child enjoy books (Marriage paperback library)
ISBN: B0007FFMU6 Abbey Press. 1964
This Bookish Inclination: The Story of the Arlington Heights Memorial Library, 1887-1987
ISBN: 0961783001 Friends of the Arlington. 1987 Book by Margery Frisbie
An Alley in Chicago: The Ministry of a City Priest
ISBN: 1556124635 Sheed & Ward. 1991 Besides recounting the exemplary life of Monsignor John Joseph Egan, An Alley in Chicago briefs us on the firebrand priests and lay people who radiated the power and élan that made Catholics across the country look to the heartland, to Chicago's Catholic moment. They sought leadership in marriage education, in neighborhood empowerment, in urban ministries, in ecuminism, in race relations, in community organizing, from these indefatigable Chicago leaders―and they got it.