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This article is an orphan, as few or no other articles link to it. Please introduce links to this page from related articles; suggestions may be available. (February 2009) Frieda Friedman (born 1905) was an author of children's literature who, from the late 1940s to the early 1960s, published several short, illustrated novels primarily intended for preteen and adolescent girls. Her works enjoyed republication and numerous printings through the 1970s, and in some cases until the late 1980s. Valeria Patterson illustrated all of Friedman's work published by Samuel Lowe, while Carolyn Haywood originally illustrated a number of Friedman's other works. Scholastic Book Services reprinted select Friedman titles in the 1960s, with illustrations by Mary Stevens (e.g., The Janitor's Girl; Dot for Short). Friedman set her fiction in the City of New York, and focused primarily on the lives of young girls in loving, supportive working class families. Bibliography Bobbie Had a Nickel. Emo, illustrator. Kenosha: John Martin's House, 1946. Samuel Lowe Company, 1959 and 1970. (paperback) Dot for Short. William Morrow and Company, 1947. Reprinted as: Auf Dotty ist Verlaß. München: Franz Schneider Verlag, 1965. Peppy, the Lonely Little Puppy. Rand McNally, 1947. Some Day. Kenosha: Samuel Lowe Company, 1948. Make Believe. Kenosha: John Martin's House, 1948. A Sundae with Judy. William Morrow and Company, 1949. Carol from the Country. William Morrow and Company, 1950. Reprinted as: Carol. New York: Scholastic Book Services, 1966. Pat and Her Policeman. William Morrow and Company, 1953. The Janitor's Girl. William Morrow and Company, 1956. Let's Pretend. Kenosha: Samuel Lowe Company, 1959. Ellen and the Gang. William Morrow and Company, 1963. Reprinted as: Ellen hat die besten Freunde. München: Franz Schneider Verlag, 1965. Now That You Are 10. New York: Association Press, 1963. When I Grow Up. Kenosha: Samuel Lowe Company, 1969. A small picture book in pamphlet form; features no prose Persondata Name Friedman, Frieda Alternative names Short description Date of birth Place of birth Date of death Place of death This article about a children's author from the United States is a stub. You can help Wikipedia by expanding it.v · d · e