Individual Author Record
Name: Daniel Scott IrwinPen Name: Daniel S. Irwin Genre: Fiction Poetry Audience: Adult; Children; Born: 1949 in Sparta, Illinois
-- Daniel Scott Irwin on WorldCat -- http://www.worldcat.org/search?q=daniel+scott+irwin
Illinois ConnectionDaniel was born and grew up in Sparta, Illinois. He attended Sparta Grade and High School, graduated high school in 1968. Daniel holds a Bachelor of Art degree from Southern Illinois University, Carbondale. Aside from his years in the military, he has always lived in Illinois.
Biographical and Professional InformationDaniel's ancestors were among the first white settlers in Southwestern Illinois (what is now St Clair and Washington Counties).
- Observations Short of Reason, Publish America, 2004
- The Adventures of Tylor Bear and Mana, Publish America, 2005
Titles At Your Library
Observations Short of Reason
ISBN: 1413730353 PublishAmerica. 2004 The writings within, such as they are, are whimsical, sometimes naughty, often irreverent pieces formulated by Herr Irwin’s very own peculiar idiosyncracies. As such, they are meant only to amuse.Be that as it may, the author (in consideration of those who prefer a broader spectrum in subject matter and style) has intermixed among the more humorous poems a few rare bits of serious, morose musings for the enjoyment of the truly sick mind.The reader will find this book a true slice of life, although one wonders whose life and who’s doing the slicing.
The Adventures of Tylor Bear and Mana
ISBN: 1413755801 PublishAmerica. 2004 The Adventures of Tylor Bear & Mana takes us on many wonderful adventures in and around the village of Bearville as we follow the antics of two little bear cubs (Tylor Bear and Mana) who love to play and who learn about some of life's ups and downs. Daniel S. Irwin tells us the stories with a bit of humor, which will give children, young and old, a giggle or a laugh. The stories often touch the reader's heart. Come join the cubs in Bearville and meet the likes of Tree-Kite, Koala Wallie, Johnny O'Somethin'-or-Other, and, of course, Dolly.