Nebraska Authors

Bernice Harris Hogan

AKA: Bernice Hope Harris Hogan (Hanks)

Born 1929 Philadelphia, PA (USA)

Places Lived

Axtell, NE
Kearney, NE
Omaha, NE


Author Of

  • Fiction
  • Nonfiction


Devotionals; Children's Fiction; Ho-Tos-Party Game


AB, Bethany College, Bethany, WV
MS in Ed.


Consumer educator

Places Worked

Schools in Abingdon, IL
Axtell NE
Kearney State College, Kearney NE
Metropolitan Technical Community College, Omaha NE
IDEA Learning Center at Offutt Air Force Base, Bellevue, NE


Very active in the Christian Church in Illinois, Nebraska and nationally
29 years a minister's wife
widowed in 1980


Abingdon Party Parade. 1954.
Abingdon Shower Parade. 1957.
Pre-School Party Parade. 1958.
More From Your Class Meetings. 1959.
Now I Lay Me Down to Wonder. 1961. YP
Grains of Sand. 1961. devotional.
Deborah. 1964. YP
Listen for a Rainbow! 1965. (devotional)
Party Planner. 1967.
A Small Green Tree and a Square Brick Church. 1967. YP
Fun Party Games. 1969.
Party Planner. 1975.
The Church Is a Who. 1979.
My Grandmother Died but I Won't Forget Her. 1983.

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