Marian Flandrick Bray

 

Marian Flandrick Bray

Best-selling author Marian Flandrick Bray, who grew up on the border of East L.A., has written more than 20 novels for children and teens and over 150 stories for publishers such as Doubleday, Scholastic, Zondervan, David C. Cook, Chariot Books, Harold Shaw Publishers, Tyndale House, and Augsburg Press, including: Forever Friends, Ever So Slightly, Herds of Thunder, Manes of Gold, The Pale Mare, Stepping Over Stones, Summer by the Sea, Springtime of Khan, The World's Biggest Chicken, The Lassie Series (Under the Big Top, Treasure at Eagle Mountain, Lassie to the Rescue, Hayloft Hideout, Danger at Echo Cliffs), and The Reba Novels (Bounty Hunter, Runaways, Kayla's Secret, Lost on Catalina Island) Marian has been a college instructor with the Children's Institute of Literature, Learning Tree University in California, and Biola University.  She has raised chinchillas, guinea pigs, a flock of chickens, rabbits, dogs, cats, and horses--all Santa Ana riverbed foundlings (dumped as babies and in a poor condition when she rescued them).

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