Kathy Stinson

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Kathy Stinson
Occupation Author
Genre Children's Literature

Kathy Stinson is a Canadian children's writer.[1] She lives in Rockwood, Ontario.

Reception[edit]

A Season of Sorrow was said to be "delightfully written with very down-to-earth and realistically portrayed characters" by Tracy's Book Nook.[2]

Bibliography[edit]

  • Red is Best (1982, Anniversary Edition, 2006)
  • Big or Little (1983, Anniversary Edition 2009)
  • Mom and Dad Don't Live Together Anymore (1984, Revised Edition 2007)
  • Those Green Things (1985, Revised Edition 1995)
  • The Bare Naked Book (1986, Anniversary Edition 2006)
  • Seven Clues in Pebble Creek (1987, Revised Edition 2005)
  • Teddy Rabbit (1988)
  • The Dressed Up Book (1990)
  • Who is Sleeping in Aunty's Bed? (1991)
  • Steven's Baseball Mitt (1992, Revised Edition 1998)
  • Fish House Secrets (1992)
  • The Fabulous Ball Book (1993)
  • Writing Your Best Picture Book Ever (1994)
  • The Great Pebble Creek Bike Race (1994, Revised Edition 2005)
  • One Year Commencing (1997)
  • King of the Castle (2000)
  • Marie-Claire: Dark Spring (2001)
  • Marie-Claire: A Season of Sorrow (2002)
  • Becoming Ruby (2003)
  • Marie-Claire: Visitors (2003)
  • Marie-Claire: Angels in Winter (2004)
  • One More Clue (2005)
  • 101 Ways to Dance (2006)
  • A Pocket Can Have A Treasure In It (2008)
  • Love Every Leaf: the life of landscape architect Cornelia Hahn Oberlander (2008)
  • Big or Little? 25th anniversary edition (2009)
  • Highway of Heroes (2010)

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Stinson, Kathy". WorldCat Identities. Retrieved 23 April 2010. 
  2. ^ "Children's Books". A Season of Sorrow by Kathy Stinson: Book Review. Tracy's Book Nook. October 19, 2010. Retrieved January 26, 2012. 

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