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About Mary

Mary Dixon-Lake is now a retired teacher from the NYC public schools. She iives in New York City and has written several books for children. Titles written by her include: Pop-Pop and Grandpa and Juicy Peach, (both written in English and Spanish) and published by Lee and Low Books, Inc., I Love Bugs, My Circus Family, Miss Geneva's Lantern and The Royal Drum (An Ashanti Tale), are published by... More
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1. Juicy peach (Unknown Binding)
    Author: Mary Dixon Lake
    Illustrator: Aaron Boyd
    Publisher: Bebop Books, an imprint of Lee & Low Books
N/A 2/15/2013
Mary said: Join three boys as they look for the best juicy peach.
1 Reviews
2. My Circus Family Prepack (Paperback)
    Author: Mary Dixon Lake
    Illustrator: Alex Pardo Delange
    Publisher: Mondo Publishing
Ages 4-8 2/15/2013
Mary said: A little clown gets into everyone's act at the circus. And what he leaves behind is a trail of funny surprises.
1 Reviews
3. I Love Bugs --1995 publication. (Paperback)
    Author: Allan Drew-Brook-Cormack, Mary Dixon Lake
    Publisher: Mondo Pub,1995
N/A 2/15/2013
Mary said: Find out what your favorite bugs can do in this wonderful book for bug lovers.
1 Reviews  
4. Miss Geneva's Lantern (Paperback)
    Author: Mary Dixon Lake
    Illustrator: Mary Frances Robinson
    Publisher: Mondo Pub
Ages 4-8 2/15/2013
Mary said: Wnenever Inez goes by two strange houses, Mr. Boone's and Miss Geneva's, she runs like the wind. But late one afternoon, Inez has to pass the two houses in the dark, and THINGS start to happen!
1 Reviews  
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Comment by Eric Hammond on 2/15/2013 at 10:37 AM:
Hello, Mary.
Welcome to JacketFlap.

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