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us: Lerangis, Peter


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  • Additional Information

    • Birth Date

        (edtf) 19550919
    • Birth Place

        New York (N.Y.)
    • Gender

        male
    • Associated Language

        eng
    • Field of Activity

        Children's literature
      • Occupation

          Author
      • See Also

        • us: Blair, Alison
        • us: Burke, Morgan
        • us: Cooper, M. E.
        • us: Nesbitt, Paterson
        • us: Singer, A. L.
        • us: Sprengle, Artie, 1955-
        • us: Volting, R. E.
      • Sources

        • found: His A kid's guide to New York City, c1988: t.p. verso (Peter Lerangis)
        • found: Driver's dead, c1994: t.p. (Peter Lerangis) p. 219 (author of The yearbook as well as many movie novelizations under the pseud. A.L. Singer; lives in N.Y.C.)
        • found: His Zap!, 2002: t.p. (Peter Lerangis; subtitle: science fair surprise; series title: Abracadabra!) p. 90 (author of Watchers science fiction/mystery series, Antartica, and several comedic novels for young readers including Spring fever!, Spring break, etc.; has adapted movies including The sixth sense and El Dorado; r. in New York, N.Y. with wife Tina deVaron and two sons, Nick and Joe)
        • found: Fantastic fiction website, Oct. 16, 2002 (Peter Lerangis; has written for the Abracadabra and Watcher series; novels include Driver's dead (1994), Spring fever! (1996), Spring break (1997), The sixth sense (2000), etc.)
        • found: Biog. resource center (Contemp. authors), Nov. 28, 2007 (Peter Lerangis; also known as Franklin W. Dixon, A.L. Singer; b. Aug. 19, 1955, New York, N.Y.; freelance writer, 1986-; other pseudonyms: Dr. R.E. Volting (Shrek gag book, 2001); Artie Sprengle (Madagascar joke book, 2005); Morgan Burke (The party room #1: get it started, 2005; The party room #3: last call, 2005); Alison Blair (Campus fever, 1988); M.E. Cooper (Falling for you, 1988); Carolyn Keene)
        • found: Lerangis, Peter. The lost girls, 2015: title page (After hours / Paterson Nesbitt ; The three works in this edition were previously published with the author pseudonym Morgan Burke) inside back cover (Paterson Nesbitt is a pseudonym)
      • LC Classification

        • PS3569.I5257
      • Change Notes

        • 1989-05-24: new
        • 2015-09-15: revised
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