Real name: Richard M. Gardner.
A director and producer, he lives in NYC.
Not to be confused with the late psychiatrist/writer, Richard A.
He's also written adult novels.
WRITINGS BY THE AUTHOR:
* Scandalous John (adult novel), Doubleday, 1963.
* Grito! Reies Tijerina and the New Mexico Land Grant War of 1967 (nonfiction), Bobbs-Merrill, 1970.
* The Adventures of Don Juan (novel), Viking, 1974.
* Mandrill (novel), Pocket Books, 1975.
* The Dragon Breath Papers (novel), Viking, 1976.
Under name Dic Gardner; published by John Day, except as indicated; juveniles, except as indicated:
* (Self-illustrated) Your Backyard Circus (nonfiction), 1959.
* (Self-illustrated) Be on TV (nonfiction), 1960.
* Danny and the Ape, Komba, 1962.
* (Self-illustrated) Is My Job for You? (nonfiction), 1962.
* The Impossible (adult nonfiction), Ballantine, 1962.
* The Bridge (Junior Literary Guild selection), 1963.
* The Baboon (nonfiction), Macmillan, 1972.
Juvenile nonfiction under pseudonym Richard Cummings; all published by
* (Self-illustrated) 101 Hand Puppets, 1962.
* The Alchemists, 1966.
* 101 Masks, 1967.
* 101 Costumes for All Ages, All Occasions, 1972.
* Make Your Own Comics for Fun and Profit, 1976.
* Make Your Own Forts and Castles, 1977.
* Make Your Own Dollhouses, 1978.
* Make Your Own Gym, 1978.
* Make Your Own Alternative Energy, 1979.
* Fun with Monsters, 1979.
* Make Your Own Detective Equipment, 1980.
* Make Your Own Robots, 1981.
With Clifford Irving and Robert Anderson, under joint pseudonym
* The Hollow Hero (A Novel of the Making of a TV Idol), Ace
"Scandalous John was made into a motion picture by Walt Disney
Productions in 1971." (Starring Brian Keith.)
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