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Jane Yolen

Comments are disabled Jane Yolen, the author of such contemporary children’s classics as Owl MoonThe Devil’s Arithmetic, and How Do Dinosaurs Say Good Night?, has been called “America’s Hans Christian Andersen” by Newsweekand…

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Irene Zabytko

Comments are disabled Comments are disabled Irene Zabytko, a bilingual, first-generation Ukrainian American, grew up in the Ukrainian Village section of Chicago. She is the recipient of the PEN Syndicated Fiction Award and her work has been heard on NPR’s The…

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Gabrielle Zevin

Comments are disabled Comments are disabled Gabrielle Zevin has published six adult and young adult novels, including Elsewhere, an American Library Association Notable Children’s Book, which has been translated in over twenty languages. She is the screenwriter of Conversations with

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Ann Waldron

Comments are disabled Comments are disabled Ann Waldron grew up in Birmingham and graduated from the University of Alabama. As reporter, columnist, and editor she has written for the Atlanta Constitution, Tampa Tribute, St. Petersburg Times, Houston Chronicle, and Trenton Times. …

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Daniel Wallace

Comments are disabled Comments are disabled Daniel Wallace is the author of four novels. His first novel, Big Fish, has been translated into eighteen languages and was adapted for film by Tim Burton and John August. His essays and stories…

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Mary-Lou Weisman

Comments are disabled Comments are disabled Mary-Lou Weisman is a journalist and author whose books include Intensive Care: A Family Love Story,Traveling While Married, and Al Jaffee’s Mad Life. Her essays, feature articles, interviews, and reviews have appeared in The New…

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Diana Wells

Comments are disabled Comments are disabled Diana Wells is the author of 100 Birds and How They Got Their Names and 100 Flowers and How They Got Their Names, has written for Friends Journal, and is contributing editor of the journal…

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John Welter

Comments are disabled Comments are disabled John Welter began his writing career as a newspaper copy boy, buying cigarettes for the city editor. Since then he has worked as a reporter at newspapers in the Midwest and the South and published…

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Stanley Gordon West

Comments are disabled Comments are disabled Stanley Gordon West has made a name for himself by selling his books single-handedly from bookstore to bookstore, in the process gathering a large and devoted audience. His earlier novel, Amos: To Ride a Dead…

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Emily Whaley

Comments are disabled Comments are disabled Emily Whaley was born in 1911 in Pinopolis, South Carolina. The mother of three daughters and grandmother of seven, she divided her time between her houses (and their kitchens) in Charleston, South Carolina, and Flat…

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