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Books with author Martin Greenberg

  • Vampires: A Collection of Original Stories

    Jane Yolen, Martin H. Greenberg

    Paperback (HarperCollins, Aug. 6, 2002)
    ...when night falls,there's no tellingwho you might meetYou might meet him at the mall, a handsome boy with a gift for finding bargains. You may come across him sheltered in a town's synagogue. You may see her transformed into a bat on her way home from a long night out. You might find him lying in wait beneath a garlic-draped grave. Or, it might be someone you already know...There's something for everyone in this eclectic collection of thirteen original vampire stories -- some funny, some spooky, all ghoulishly good!
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  • Newbery Christmas

    Martin H Greenberg

    Hardcover (Scholastic Inc, March 15, 1991)
    Fiction Novel
  • Great Writers and Kids Write Spooky Stories

    Martin H. Greenberg

    Hardcover (Random House Books for Young Readers, Aug. 29, 1995)
    Famed adult fiction writers team up with their children and grandchildren to create a collection of thirteen creepy and scary stories
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  • A Newbery Zoo: A dozen animal stories by Newbery Award-winning authors

    Martin H. Greenberg

    Hardcover (Delacorte Books for Young Readers, March 1, 1995)
    Animals -- enter their magic kingdom. From cuddly puppies to ferocious lions and every beast in between, children are forever drawn to animals and to stories about their adventures. And who better to tell these stories than authors who have won the John Newbery Medal for distinguished contributions to literature for children.This collection of animal tales is a treat for the whole family. It includes stories by authors today's children know and love, from Beverly Cleary and Betsy Byars to Lloyd Alexander and Virginia Hamilton. There are also stories by writers familiar to parents and grandparents, from Elizabeth Coatsworth to Robert Lawson and Will James.You'll find stories about zoo animals, wild animals, ranch animals, and pets. Animals that can talk and sing as well as bark, caw, buzz, and roar. There's a crow, a camel, a crusty crocodile, lions and wolves as well as cats and dogs, and much more.Perfect for both reading aloud and reading alone, this is a collection to bring to the beach, pack in the picnic basket, or read in the car. Classtime, storytime, bedtime, or anytime, this is a book to share.A portion of the royalties from this book will be donated to the American Library Association, administrator of the John Newbery Medal.
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  • Great Writers and Kids Write Mystery Stories

    Martin H. Greenberg

    Paperback (Random House Books for Young Readers, Nov. 19, 1996)
    A collection of thirteen original tales by authors of adult fiction in collaboration with their children or grandchildren.
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  • Civil War Fantastic

    Martin Greenberg

    Paperback (I Books, Sept. 14, 2004)
    Civil War Fantastic, some of science fiction's finest take us back to this turbulent time with their own special visions of what might have been. So don your uniform, load your cap and ball rifle, raise the colors, and prepare to change into Civil War Fantastic.
  • A Sigh of Relief: The First-Aid Handbook For Childhood Emergencies

    Martin Green, Martin I. Green

    Paperback (Bantam, Oct. 1, 1994)
    An authoritative guide to childhood emergencies, injuries, and illnesses provides a thumb-indexed guide to more than one hundred first-aid procedures, featuring step-by-step, illustrated directions, as well as tips on poison control, injury prevention, and other key topics. Original.
  • Where I Sleep: Helping Children Get to Sleep

    Martin Green

    eBook (, May 19, 2020)
    Sometimes children have trouble getting off to sleep. Ask any parent. One reason is that often their heads are full and busy. Thinking about their day, or the day to come. This book is designed to help children get off to sleep. Using hypnotherapy tecniques, it does not hypnotise, but encourages the child to relax and want to sleep by the use of certain words, such as restful and relax. There are twelve short stories, each taking about ten minutes for the parent to read. Each story takes the child into an interesting place, but always ending with encouraging the child to go to sleep. The stories simply redirect the childs wonderful imagination towards relaxing, and then sleeping.
  • Lighthouse Island and Other Selections by Newbery Authors

    Martin Harry Greenberg

    Library Binding (Gareth Stevens Publishing, Jan. 1, 2001)
    The Newbery Award was created by the American Library Association (ALA) in 1922. Its mission was to recognize authors and individual stories that contribute to the literature of children and further to give librarians an opportunity to encourage good writing. Gareth Stevens Publishing is pleased to support the aims of the ALA with The Newbery Authors Collection, an anthology series featuring selections from the lifework of winners and honorees. A portion of all proceeds will be given to the ALA.From fantasy stories by such twentieth century greats as Madeleine L'Engle and Robin McKinley to real-world stories from the likes of Jean Craighead George, Walter D. Edmonds, Christopher Paul Curtis, and Richard Peck, the tales that fill these volumes contain abundant evidence of the many themes, characters, and writing skills that blossomed among Newbery winners. As a reference series, an introduction to great writers, or just good reading, these volumes offer representative stories from award-winning authors. They also offer biographies and more at an interest level appropriate for young readers, reluctant readers, blossoming young authors, and adults alike.
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  • For the Sake of Freedom and Other Selections by Newbery Authors

    Martin Harry Greenberg

    Library Binding (Gareth Stevens Publishing, Jan. 1, 2001)
    The Newbery Award was created by the American Library Association (ALA) in 1922. Its mission was to recognize authors and individual stories that contribute to the literature of children and further to give librarians an opportunity to encourage good writing. Gareth Stevens Publishing is pleased to support the aims of the ALA with The Newbery Authors Collection, an anthology series featuring selections from the lifework of winners and honorees. A portion of all proceeds will be given to the ALA.From fantasy stories by such twentieth century greats as Madeleine L'Engle and Robin McKinley to real-world stories from the likes of Jean Craighead George, Walter D. Edmonds, Christopher Paul Curtis, and Richard Peck, the tales that fill these volumes contain abundant evidence of the many themes, characters, and writing skills that blossomed among Newbery winners. As a reference series, an introduction to great writers, or just good reading, these volumes offer representative stories from award-winning authors. They also offer biographies and more at an interest level appropriate for young readers, reluctant readers, blossoming young authors, and adults alike.
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  • Civil War Fantastic

    Martin Harry Greenberg

    Audio Cassette (Dh Audio, Sept. 1, 2000)
    Features speculative scenarios on the Civil War by such science fiction authors as Nancy Springer, Catherine Asaro, Robert Sheckley, and Mike Resnick.
  • Merlin

    Martin Harry Greenberg

    Mass Market Paperback (DAW, Sept. 1, 1999)
    A collection of Merlin tales from the some of the best fantasy writers in the genre includes contributions by Jane Yolen, Charles De Lint, Andre Norton, and Diana Paxson, among others. Original.