Booksby SUSAN SUSSMAN
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CRUISING FOR MURDERr and Audition for Murder audio versions, Books
CRUISING FOR MURDER (adult mystery, hardcover) St. Martin’s Press Piatkus, British; Worldwide (paperback) 2002.
AUDITION FOR MURDER (adult mystery, hardcover) St. Martin’s Press; Piatkus, British; Kompass Publishers, Bulgaria; Worldwide (paperback) Phantom Press, Russia, 2002.
YOUNG WIVES' TALES (adult) Headline Publications, British; Knaur, German.
Young Adult line of books for HarperCollins.
Time Off From Good Behavior (adult), Pocket Books, hardcover;
Headline Publications, British; Knaur, German; ECI, Dutch; Denmark
Wangels, 1994; Hungary, Mars, 1995.
Big Friend, Little Friend: A Book About Symbiosis (juvenile),
The Dieter (adult), Pocket Books, hardcover; Headline Publications,
British; ECI, Dutch; Knaur, German; Wangels, Danish; Schweizerverlag,
German bookclub; Presses de la Cite, French; Quadratum Editor
Hanukkah: Eight Lights Around the World (juvenile), Albert
One For You, One For Me (juvenile), Disney/World Books.
Lies (people believe) About Animals (juvenile), Albert Whitman.
Sweet Talk (young adult), Dell.
Night After Night (young adult), Dell.
Just Friends (young adult), Fawcett/Ballantine.
Don't Say Goodbye (young adult), Dell.
There's No Such Thing As A Chanukah Bush, Sandy Goldstein
(juvenile), Albert Whitman.
Hippo Thunder (juvenile), Albert Whitman.
Honors & Awards
EMMY AWARD: Film adaptation of her children's book THERE'S NO SUCH THING AS A CHANUKAH BUSH, SANDY GOLDSTEIN
Big Friend, Little Friend voted Outstanding Science Trade Book by the Children's Book Council and National Science Teachers Association
Lies (People Believe) About Animals voted Outstanding Science Trade Book by the Children's Book Council and National Science Teachers Association. Lies is included in the Lincoln Park Zoo book center and Museum of Science and Industry traveling exhibits. A six year hands-on exhibit built around the book was featured at Chicago’s Children’s Museum.
Jewish Book Council Award Nominee for There's No Such Thing As A Chanukah Bush, Sandy Goldstein. This book has been translated into Braille by the Library of Congress and is recommended by the National Conference of Christians and Jews.
American Jewish Congress Symposium, Jewish Women in the Arts-panelist "Jewish Women and Humor
Film & Television
Executive Producer and Screenwriter for: “There’s No Such Thing as a Chanukah Bush, Sandy Goldstein”, (short, live-action drama.)
1993-98 “Chanukah Bush” Film Awards and Honors:
1998 EMMY Award - Producer/Screenwriter
Winner: Silver Plaque
Chicago International Film Festival for the category: Films for Children
Winner: Best Short Dramatic Adaptation
Charleston Filmfest, a branch of the Houston International Film Festival
Winner: Silver Plaque
Children’s International Film Festival in Chicago
Winner: Bronze Plaque
Columbus International Film & Video Festival for the category: Children
Dealing with Religion.
1997-98 Selected for presentation at the Miami, Boston, and Palm Beach
Jewish Film Festivals
1997 Selected for presentation on public television stations in New York,
Seattle/Canada, Miami, Los Angeles, Chicago.
Mystery Writers of America
Off Campus Writers Workshop
1996-2000 Society of Midland Authors, Board of Directors.
1991-94 Illinois Center for the Book, Board Member
1992 Illinois Center for the Book, Nominating Committee
1988-90 Society of Midland Authors, Board of Directors.
1988 Society of Midland Authors, Nominating Committee.
1988 Society of Children's Book Writers, Midwest Planning Committee.
1988 Evanston Arts Council, Grants Review Committee.
1987 Society of Midland Authors, Children's Book Award Chairperson,
1987 Children's Reading Round Table, Program Chairperson for
1987 Evanston Arts Council, Grants Review Committee.
1986 Society of Midland Authors, Authors' Award Committee
Judge, Illinois Center for the Book, essay contest “Books Change Lives”
Judge, Chicago Sun-Times “Books of the Year” Awards
Planning Committee, The First International Conference of Jewish Women, Kiev, Ukraine
Creator, Books and Breakfast, a non-profit program to feed breakfast and read to “at risk” grade school children in Evanston