I never started out planning to be a writer—I was a middle school math teacher for a couple years. But, being a voracious reader as a kid gave me a love for words (and working with middle-schoolers gave me a sense of humor). It seemed like a good idea to combine the two (words and humor) and viola, a book was born. Truthfully, my first book was a fluke. I sat down to write a poem about Moses and ended up writing a fraction book about a cow. Who knew? It worked so well the first time, I’ve continued to try to write poetry and I end up with a book each time. Ok. Not really. But, I did enjoy the writing process so much, that I’ve kept with it and have enjoyed some success along the way. Author of HOW TO (ALMOST) RUIN YOUR SUMMER, DEAD POSSUMS ARE FAIR GAME, and WHOLE-Y COW! FRACTIONS ARE FUN.
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