Janet Asimov

Janet Asimov

Janet Asimov (maiden name Janet Opal Jeppson, born 1926) is an American science fiction author, psychiatrist, and a psychoanalyst.

Janet Asimov started writing children's science fiction under the name J. O. Jeppson in the 1970s. She was married to Isaac Asimov from 1973 until his death in 1992, and they collaborated on a number of science fiction books aimed at young readers, including the Norby series.

Updated January 1, 2024




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Books by Janet Asimov
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Series by Janet Asimov

Norby Chronicles (9 books)

Speculative Fiction Books

(Norby Chronicles)
1991 | science fiction, young adult
(Norby Chronicles)
1990 | science fiction, young adult
(Norby Chronicles)
1989 | science fiction, young adult
(Norby Chronicles (omnibus editions))
1988 | science fiction, collection, young adult
(Norby Chronicles (omnibus editions))
1988 | science fiction, collection, young adult
(Norby Chronicles)
1988 | science fiction, young adult
1988 | science fiction
1988 | science fiction
(Norby Chronicles (omnibus editions))
1986 | science fiction, collection, young adult
(Norby Chronicles)
1986 | science fiction, young adult
(Norby Chronicles)
1985 | science fiction, young adult
(Norby Chronicles)
1985 | science fiction, young adult
(Norby Chronicles)
1984 | science fiction, young adult
(Norby Chronicles)
1983 | science fiction, young adult