Francine Pascal (born New York, New York, 1938) writes young adult novels and has worked on many television and Broadway projects. Her books include the Sweet Valley High series and The Ruling Class.
Georges Braque (born Argenteuil, France, 1882; died Paris, France, August 31, 1963) was an artist. He and Picasso developed cubism. He also worked with collages. Idea: Children could look at some of his work. They could gather different fabrics, papers, yarn, etc. Then they could make their own collages. Children could learn more at: Georges Braque.
Sir Arthur Sullivan (born London, England, 1842; died London, England, November 22, 1900) was half of the Gilbert and Sullivan team. They wrote light operas. He also composed other songs, including Onward, Christian Soldiers. Idea: Children could listen to one of the team’s operettas or read their works at: Project Gutenberg.