Timothy the Terror

  • Title: Timothy the Terror
  • Author: Ruth Cavin Jean-Jacques Loup
  • ISBN: 9780825200892
  • Page: 306
  • Format: Paperback
  • Timothy the Terror Three year old Timothy is bullied by his older sisters who blame him for any mess they make while their parents are at work and even gobble up all his birthday cake leaving him only the candles Then
    Three year old Timothy is bullied by his older sisters, who blame him for any mess they make while their parents are at work and even gobble up all his birthday cake, leaving him only the candles Then Uncle Roland arrives in his big yellow car, fresh from a visit to Africa, with gifts for all When Timothy receives a tiger, his world changes Delightful tale with equallyThree year old Timothy is bullied by his older sisters, who blame him for any mess they make while their parents are at work and even gobble up all his birthday cake, leaving him only the candles Then Uncle Roland arrives in his big yellow car, fresh from a visit to Africa, with gifts for all When Timothy receives a tiger, his world changes Delightful tale with equally delightful illustrations by Jean Jacques Loup, written in Black vernacular.

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    About Ruth Cavin Jean-Jacques Loup


    1. Ruth Cavin was an American book editor who worked as an associate publisher of Thomas Dunne Books, where she started working at age 70 and oversaw the publication of 900 books Mystery fiction was her specialty in her two decades in the business.Cavin was born Ruth Brodie in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania to Jewish immigrants who taught her how to read as a young child She attended Carnegie Institute of Technology, earning her undergraduate degree there in 1939 and married Bram Cavin, a journalist with BusinessWeek whom she met after moving to New York City She lived the life of a typical suburban housewife, raising her twin daughters in suburban Westchester County, New York, and didn t begin her publishing career until 1979, when she started editing books for Walker Company.Hired by St Martin s Press to work at its Thomas Dunne Books unit when she was already in her 70s, Cavin helped develop first novels by such mystery fiction authors as Donna Andrews, Steve Hamilton, Julia Spencer Fleming and Laurie R King The Malice Domestic Contest, a yearly competition honoring best first mystery novels, was begun by St Martin s Press based on Cavin s suggestion Earning the nickname First Lady of Mysteries that adorned a plaque in her office, author Sue Grafton called Cavin soul mother to mystery writers for years She helped edit and publish 900 books in a broad range of genres during her tenure there, continuing to work as an editor until 2010 when she was diagnosed with lung cancer Cavin wrote a number of her own books, including Trolleys and Complete Party Dinners for the Novice Cook, a book that she had originally conceived of as Dinners for Beginners.Cavin died at the age of 92 at White Plains Hospital in White Plains, New York on January 9, 2011, due to lung cancer She was survived by her twin daughters, a son and two grandchildren Her husband had died in 2009.


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