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by Janet Lisle
Author: Janet Lisle
Publisher: Berkley Pub Group (Mm) (May 1986)
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A Biography of Janet Taylor Lisle. Jimmy Dee had seen the ambulance come for Miss Fitch. He had heard the sirens and watched the police cars slide, pale and fishlike, up to the curb.
A Biography of Janet Taylor Lisle. 1. JIMMY DEE CAME BACK to the house every night for a week after they took Miss Fitch to the hospital. From a hiding place across the road, he had watched the flashing lights, and he had seen them bring Miss Fitch out of the house on a little wheeled bed. She was tucked in as neatly as a baby.
Report an error in the book. This ebook features a personal history by Janet Taylor Lisle including rare images and never-before-seen documents from the author’s own collection. After their violin teacher is attacked, two sisters stumble on dark secrets from her girlhood in France during World War II Elsie and Mary’s lives are changed when they meet Miss Fitch, a fascinating Frenchwoman who makes her living teaching children the violin. She seems to be everything an instructor should be: stern when her students are slacking; inspiring when they lose heart.
Janet Taylor Lisle (b. 1947) is an author of children’s fiction. After growing up in Connecticut, Lisle graduated from Smith College and spent a year working for the volunteer group VISTA (Volunteers in Service to America) before becoming a journalist. She found that she loved writing human interest and slice of life stories, and honed the skills for observation and dialogue that would later serve her in her fiction.
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Janet Taylor Lisle (born 1947) is an American author of children's books and young adult novels that range between fantasy and reality. Lisle was born in Texas, grew up in rural Farmington, Connecticut, and spent her summers in Rhode Island
Janet Taylor Lisle (born 1947) is an American author of children's books and young adult novels that range between fantasy and reality. Lisle was born in Texas, grew up in rural Farmington, Connecticut, and spent her summers in Rhode Island. Growing up with four younger brothers, Janet and the rest of her siblings were all passionate readers. She was educated at local schools until age fifteen when she entered the Ethel Walker School, a girl's boarding school in Simsbury, Connecticut.