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It doesn't pay well, but the experience, for me, was more than worth it. I left to freelance after three years." It was during this period of freelance work that Standiford began writing children's books.
Odd Girl In (middle-grade novel), Hyperion (New York, NY), 2007. Space Dog and Roy, illustrated by Kelly Oechsli, Avon (New York, NY), 1990, illustrated by Kathleen Collins Howell, Random House (New York, NY), 1998. Parallel Parking, Little, Brown (New York, NY), 2006. "I first began to write stories in the third grade, and I've wanted to be a writer ever since," Standiford once recalled to SATA.(Under pseudonym Emily James) Aladdin's Quest (chapter book; based on the movie Aladdin), illustrated by Kenny Thompkins and Raymond Zibach, Mega-Books (New York, NY), 1993.(Under pseudonym Emily James) The Mixed-Up Witch (picture book), illustrated by Stephanie Britt, Bantam (New York, NY), 1993.Brave Maddie Egg, Random House (New York, NY), 1995. Writing under the pseudonym Emily James she has published titles to tie in with Disney movies and television shows, while under the pseudonym Jesse Harris she wrote the teen horror series "The Power," released in both the United States and Great Britain.Astronauts Are Sleeping (picture book), Knopf (New York, NY), 1996. Standiford's "Dating Game" series, beginning with The Dating Game in 2005, has drawn a loyal following among adolescent girls.In series opener Space Dog and Roy, Roy is bullied at school and longs for a dog to join him in his daily adventures.
Roy's wish is fulfilled when an extraterrestrial hound crashes his spaceship in Roy's backyard.
(Under pseudonym Emily James) Fifteen: Hillside Live!
(middle-grade novel; based on the television series Fifteen), Grosset &Dunlap (New York, NY), 1993. Natalie Standiford, author of the popular "Space Dog" and "Dating Game" series, has written picture books, nonfiction, chapter books, teen novels, and even horror novels for young adults.
(Jesse Harris, a house pseudonym, Emily James) Born 1961, in Baltimore, MD; Education: Brown University, B. Hobbies and other interests: Travel, movies, going to the beach, all kinds of music, reading, staying up late. Bookstore, New York, NY, clerk, 1983; Random House, New York, NY, editorial assistant, 1984–85, assistant editor in Books for Young Readers division, 1985–87; freelance writer, 1987–.
Agent—c/o Sarah Burnes, The Gernert Company, 136 E. Member of New York City Author Read-Aloud Program, beginning 1992.
With The Stone Giant: The Hoax That Fooled America, Standiford adds to her nonfiction oeuvre, recounting the story of two men who "discovered" a petrified human giant in 1869.