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She was the author of more than thirty books including Remember me to Harold Square, The Divorce Express, and Can You Sue Your Parents for Malpractice?. She also wrote the Amber Brown and Matthew Martin series. She knew in 2nd grade she wanted to be an author. Her first book The Cat Ate My Gymsuit was published in 1974.
She was a graduate of Montcalm State College , earning a bachelor's and master's there before becoming a substitute teacher. After being injured in an automobile accident, she began writing. Most of her books are considered Young Adult (YA) books although some of the Amber Brown books were aimed at younger readers. At the time of her death, her books many had been published in 53 countries and in 14 languages.
She frequently gave lectures and speeches, wearing elaborate costumes and calling herself a children's Dame Edna Everage. She is quoted as saying that her alternative career choice would have been as a stand-up comedian.
Danziger suffered a heart attack on June 8, and died from its complications a month later.
- The Cat Ate My Gymsuit (1974)
- Remember me to Harold Square
- The Divorce Express
- Can You Sue Your Parents for Malpractice?
- Amber Brown Is Not a Crayon (1994)
- You Can't Eat Your Chicken Pox Amber Brown
- Amber Brown Goes Forth
- I, Amber Brown
- Forever Amber Brown
- Amber Brown is Feeling Blue
- Amber Brown sees Red
- Amber Brown wants Extra Credit
- P.S. Longer Letter Later with Ann M. Martin
- Snail Mail No More with Ann M. Martin
- The Pistachio Prescription
- It's an Aardvark-Eat-Turtle World
- United Tates of America
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