Betty Ren Wright

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Betty Ren Wright
Born (1927-06-15) June 15, 1927 (age 87)
Wakefield, Michigan
Died 2013-12-31
Racine, WI
Period 1981-2013
Genres children's fiction
Notable work(s) Christina's Ghost, The Dollhouse Murders
Spouse(s) George Frederiksen (m. 1976)


Betty Ren Wright is an author of children's fiction including Christina's Ghost, The Dollhouse Murders, The Ghosts Of Mercy Manor and A Ghost in The House.[1][2]

Background[edit]

She was born June 15, 1927 in the United States. Mrs. Wright lives in Kenosha, Wisconsin,[1] with her husband, George Frederiksen, a painter. She has also written several short stories such as Sweet remembrance and thirty-five picture books.

Bibliography[edit]

  • Getting Rid of Marjorie (1981)
  • The Secret Window (1982)
  • The Dollhouse Murders
  • Ghosts Beneath Our Feet
  • Christina's Ghost (1985) The Ghost in the Attic
  • The Summer of Mrs. MacGregor
  • A Ghost in the Window (1987)
  • The Pike River Phantom
  • Rosie and the Dance of the Dinosaurs
  • The Ghost of Ernie P
  • The Midnight Mystery
  • The Scariest Night
  • A Ghost in the House, Part 2
  • The Ghost of Popcorn Hill
  • The Ghosts of Mercy Manor (1983)
  • The Ghost Witch
  • The Ghost Comes Calling
  • Out Of The Dark
  • Nothing But Trouble
  • Haunted Summer
  • Getting Rid of Katherine
  • Too Many Secrets
  • The Ghost in Room 11
  • A Ghost in the Family (1998)
  • The Phantom of Five Chimneys (1998)
  • The Moonlight Man (2000)
  • The Wish Master (2000)
  • Crandall's Castle (2003)
  • Princess for a Week (2006)
  • I Want to Read (1965)
  • Rodger's Upside Down Day (1979)
  • Rackety-Boom
  • Johnny Go Round
  • The Blizzard (2003)

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References[edit]

  1. ^ a b "Betty Ren Wright: Biography". Scholastic. Retrieved 22 March 2010. 
  2. ^ "Betty Ren Wright". Fantastic Fiction. Retrieved 22 March 2010. 
  3. ^ http://www.fantasticfiction.co.uk/w/betty-ren-wright/