Born: 1947 in Columbus, Ohio
Pen Name: None Connection to Illinois: Bob Greene has lived in Illinois since graduating from Northwestern University in 1969. He worked for the Chicago Sun-Times and the Chicago Tribune until his retirement in 2002. Biography: Journalist, columnist, and writer. Chicago Sun-Times, Chicago, IL, reporter, 1969-71, columnist, 1971- 78; Chicago Tribune, Chicago, columnist, 1978- 2002. Field Newspaper Syndicate, Irvine, CA, syndicated columnist, 1976-81; Tribune Media Services, Orlando, FL, syndicated columnist, 1981-90; Nightline, American Broadcasting Companies, Inc. (ABC), contributing correspondent, 1981-90; National Public Radio, commentator. Contributing editor and columnist for Esquire, 1980- 90; columnist for Life, 1999-2000. Also served as fine arts lecturer, University of Chicago.
- In 1975, Greene won the Associated Press'Best Newspaper Column in Illinois. In 1977, Greene won the National Headliner Award for writing the previous year's best column. In 1995, Greene was named Illinois Journalist of the Year. In the same year he was awarded the Peter Lisagor Award for Public Service Journalism for his reporting on courts failing children in need.
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|All summer long :
ISBN: 0312955081 OCLC: 32653570 St. Martin's Paperbacks, New York : 1995, ©1993.
|And you know you should be glad :
ISBN: 0060881941 OCLC: 70159223 HarperCollins e-books, Pymble, NSW ; 2006. A highly personal true story of memory and the power of friendship from journalist Bob Greene. Growing up in Bexley, Ohio, population 13,000, Bob and his four best friends--Allen, Chuck, Dan, and Jack--were inseparable. Of the four, Jack was Bob's very best friend, a bond forged from the moment they met on the first day of kindergarten. They grew up together, got in trouble together, learned about life together--and were ultimately separated by time and distance, as all adults are. But through the years Bob and Jack stayed close, holding on to the friendship that had formed years before. Then, the fateful call came: Jack was dying. And in this hour of need, as the closest of friends will do, Bob, Allen, Chuck, and Dan put aside the demands of their own lives, came together, and saw Jack through to the end of his journey.--From publisher description.
|Be true to your school :
ISBN: 0345353943 OCLC: 18202275 Ballantine, New York : 1988, 1987.
|Chevrolet summers, Dairy Queen nights /
ISBN: 0060959665 OCLC: 46837267 Perennial, New York : 2001.
ISBN: 0380814110 OCLC: 44062272 HarperCollins Publishers, New York : ©2000. The columnist remembers his father, who was a soldier in World War II, and tells the story of Paul Tibets, who piloted the Enola Gay.
ISBN: 1400054656 OCLC: 73000329 [Three Rivers Press], New York : ©2004. Contains interviews with former presidents Richard Nixon, Gerald Ford, Jimmy Carter, George H.W. Bush, and Ronald Reagan.
|Hang time :
ISBN: 0312951930 OCLC: 29301643 St. Martin's Paperbacks, New York, N.Y. : 1993, ©1992. Follows the star of the Chicago Bulls on and off the basketball court for two seasons, revealing Jordan's personality, his relationship with family and friends, and his private life, fraught with the rewards and trials of fame.
|He was a midwestern boy on his own /
ISBN: 0345376641 OCLC: 26704303 Ballantine Books, New York : 1992.
|Late edition :
ISBN: 0312375301 OCLC: 294887367 St. Martin's Press, New York : ©2009. "In a warm, affectionate true-life tale, New York Times bestselling author Bob Greene (When We Get to Surf City, Duty, Once Upon a Town) travels back to a place where--when little more than a boy--he had the grand good luck to find himself surrounded by a brotherhood and sisterhood of wayward misfits who, on the mezzanine of a Midwestern building, put out a daily newspaper that didn't even know it had already started to die. "In some American cities," Greene writes, "famous journalists at mighty and world-renowned papers changed the course of history with their reporting." But at the Columbus Citizen-Journal, there was a willful rejection of grandeur--these were overworked reporters and snazzy sportswriters, nerve-frazzled editors and insult-spewing photographers, who found pure joy in the fact that, each morning, they awakened to realize: "I get to go down to the paper again today""--Jacket.
|Literary types and themes
ISBN: 0030786754 OCLC: 262397 Holt, Rinehart and Winston New York, 
|Once upon a town :
ISBN: 006008197X OCLC: 52242740 Perennial, New York : 2003. The tale of American soldiers and the tiny town of North Platte, Nebraska, which welcomed these soldiers at their canteen.
ISBN: 0451191579 OCLC: 34795764 Penguin, New York : 1996, ©1995.
|The 33 strategies of war
ISBN: 9781861979933 OCLC: 61529347 Profile, London : 2006. A guide to the subtle social game of everyday life informed by the most ingenious and effective military principles in war.
|The 50-year dash :
ISBN: 0385493010 OCLC: 35627567 Doubleday, New York : ©1997.
|The drama collection :
ISBN: 9781580819992 OCLC: 820528395 L.A. Theatre Works, [Los Angeles, CA] : ℗2012. Contains 250 classic and contemporary plays, spanning 25 years of recorded drama, with a focus on the American canon of dramatic literature. Includes over 200 playwrights and authors; leading actors from Hollywood and Broadway; Pulitzer Prize winners and nominees; and, Tony Award winners and nominees.
|To our children's children :
ISBN: 0385467974 OCLC: 26398872 Doubleday, New York : ©1993. The authors present techniques involving hundreds of questions which will provide material for family histories. The questions range from "The house of your growing up" to "Romance and relationships" to "Hard questions: Extra credit."