Norma Fox Mazer


I love the book Downtown, it's great!

>>By Justin   (Monday, 7 Apr 2003 04:44)

shes a great writer shes not afraid to express har feelings

>>By melanee   (Monday, 7 Apr 2003 16:13)

I love the book Out of Control

>>By Melanee   (Monday, 7 Apr 2003 16:14)

She's a very realistic author! The Keeper thinks she overdoes the situations and is way too dramatic!!!!!, the Secretary thinks her books are so good, they make you feel like you're the main character, and the President loves her books and hopes they are made into movies!!!! The President also thinks the characters are very well developed and the plots are very interesting! The Keeper, however, really didn't enjoy these books.

>>By The HSWNFM Organization   (Friday, 18 Apr 2003 23:06)

Buetiful job! But I need to know more things about you . there very hard to find . I need some help.

>>By Brandon   (Friday, 9 May 2003 03:04)

Buetiful job! But I need to know more things about you . there very hard to find . I need some help. May 8,2003. I'm doing a author report on you. keep up the good job.

>>By Brandon   (Friday, 9 May 2003 03:06)

i love her books "Taking Terri Mueller" and "Good Night Maman." I look foward to keep on reading her books. Their GREAT!!!

>>By jennifer   (Sunday, 11 May 2003 03:01)

We lov your books! Especially Taking Terri Mueller and When she was good... but similar to Brandon's case, we are doing an author study on you and there is close to no information about you... there is a lot about your new books and old ones, how to order them and buy them, but nothing about you. Thanks!

>>By Ashley and Liz   (Tuesday, 13 May 2003 18:17)

*love   (Wednesday, 14 May 2003 18:19)

After the Rain was an amazing book to me it helped me realize that develoiping as a teenager is not always easy and it really hard to feel, well, independent and I ahve choosen to do my English essay on your book After the Rain because it depicts the real problems with growing up and going through the transition of not being an adult but not a child anymore.

>>By Krysta   (Thursday, 22 May 2003 23:25)

Hi, guys! I did an author project on Norma Fox Mazer too, and I can tell you what I remember.
She lives in Glen Falls, New York with her husband Harry and their children. Her daughter, Anne, writes the Amazing Days of Abby Hayes series. She got her first writing practice writing for her school newspaper. She was introduced to Harry when she was 15 by her older sister and they married a couple years later. She grew up in. . . NYC?. . . and she moved around a lot and lived in a lot of apartments, but it didn't affect her learning. Hmm... what else? She went to a few colleges, but the only one I remember is Syracuse University. She's played a lot of instruments, among them the clarinet and the violin. She grew up Jewish, but as an adult she does not actively practice Judaism.
Well, that's all I can remember, but I hope it helps! (Oh, and just so you know, I found a lot of this stuff through Google)

>>By Laura   (Thursday, 22 May 2003 23:33)

this is an great book!!! i told all my friends about it and we started a group. thanks Norma Fox Mazer we love you!!!!!!!

>>By Michelle   (Wednesday, 2 Jul 2003 16:34)

hey guess what my full god given name is sarabeth anne oddy
and i live in glens falls new york it was kinda weird reading her books cause its like im the main chareter

>>By beth   (Tuesday, 8 Jul 2003 20:56)

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