Beatrice Schenk de Regniers
Beatrice Schenk de Regniers was born in Lafayette, Indiana, and studied social work administration at the University of Chicago, earning her M.Ed. in 1941. During the 1940s she worked in the US and in a Yugoslav refugee camp on the Sinai peninsula.
During the 1950s she was a free-lance writer of nonfiction, humor, short stories, and columns, as well as children's books. Her first book was The Giant Story, a picture book illustrated by Maurice Sendak, published by Harper in 1953.
She wrote over fifty books, ten of which were published under the pseudonym of Tamara Kitt, including The Adventures of Silly Billy (1961) and The Boy Who Fooled the Giant (1963).
- The Giant Story (1953), illustrated by Maurice Sendak
- A Little House of Your Own (1954) — autobiography
- What Can You Do with a Shoe? (1955), illus. Maurice Sendak; recolored 1997
- The Snow Party (1959; ISBN 0-394-91647-6)
- The Little Girl and her Mother (1963; OCLC Number: 62439179)
- May I Bring a Friend? (1964; ISBN 0-689-71353-3), illus. Beni Montresor
- How Joe the Bear and Sam the Mouse Got Together (1965), illus. Brinton Turkle; (1990), illus. Bernice Myers
- Red Riding Hood: Retold in Verse for Boys and Girls to Read Themselves (1972), illus. Edward Gorey
- Laura's Story (ISBN 0-689-30677-6), illus. Jack Kent
- Penny (Lothrop, Lee & Shepard Books, 1987), illus. Betsy Lewin
- Sing A Song Of Popcorn: Every Child's Book Of Poems (1988; ISBN 0-340-49078-0), illus. Maurice Sendak, Arnold Lobel, Trina Schart Hyman, Leo and Diane Dillon, and many more
- Palmquist, Vicki. "Birthday Bios: Beatrice Schenk de Regniers". Children's Literature Network. Archived from the original on 2011-07-18. Retrieved 2010-03-02.
- "Beatrice Schenk De Regniers Papers". de Grummond Children's Literature Collection. University of Southern Mississippi. July 1998. Retrieved 2013-06-22. With biographical sketch.
- "Caldecott Medal & Honor Books, 1938–Present". Association for Library Service to Children (ALSC). American Library Association (ALA)
"The Randolph Caldecott Medal". ALSC. ALA. Retrieved 2013-06-22.
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