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Yamile Saied Méndez

Bruce Hale

Raised by wolves just outside Los Angeles, Bruce Hale began his writing career while living in Tokyo, and continued it after moving to Hawaii. He’s too modest to mention his Nobel Peace Prize and his Olympic Gold Medal (in long-distance procrastination), so we won’t mention them. Before entering the world of children’s books, Bruce worked as a magazine editor, toymaker, gardener, actor, corporate lackey, and DJ.
 

Carly Anne West



Suzanne Nelson

When she was in kindergarten, Suzanne Nelson jotted down in a school keepsake album that she wanted to be a “riter.”  Though she clearly had issues with spelling, she persisted, composing cryptic poems about rainbows, fairies, mud, and even Star Wars in spiral notebooks all through elementary school.  When she was seventeen, she filled four journals with her handwritten first novel, titled “The Dream Keeper.”  To escape her chores, she often lied to her parents about what time her shift started at the local fast food joint so that she could spend an extra hour writing in the parking lot in

Hilary Leung

Hi! My name is Hilary Leung and I am a picture book maker.
 
Several years ago, my good friend David Bruins and I self-published our first picture book, “The Legend of Ninja Cowboy Bear”. Lucky for us, some people seem to really really like it and the FREE game inside!
 

Max Amato

Crystal Velasquez

Julie Falatko

Julie Falatko writes books for children. She likes to write about talking animals. And talking furniture. Sneakers, flowers, muffins, all talking. It’s like there’s nothing in her world she won’t slap a mouth on just to hear it blab.
 
Julie is the author of the picture books Snappsy the Alligator (Did Not Ask to Be in This Book) and Snappsy the Alligator and His Best Friend Forever (Probably) illustrated by Tim Miller, (Viking Children’s), and Two Dogs in a Trench Coat Go to School (Scholastic). More books are coming!
 

Henry Louis Gates Jr.

Beth Ferry

Beth Ferry is the author of the New York Times bestselling Stick and Stone, illustrated by Tom Lichtenheld; Pirate’s Perfect Pet, illustrated by Matt Myers; Sealed with a Kiss, illustrated by Oliver Tallec; and more. She lives in New Jersey with her husband, three children, and two bulldogs. Beth prefers her shrimp to be served scampi style on a bed of linguini. She’s never been kissed by a seal but has received a smooch from a sea lion. Visit her online at www.bethferry.com.

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