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    SARAH WEEKS has written more than fifty picture books and novels for children and young adults including the best selling novels, So B. It and Pie. Two of her most recent contributions are GLAMOURPUSS (a picture book illustrated by David Small) and HONEY, a novel both published by Scholastic in 2015.  In addition to writing, Sarah has been an adjunct faculty member in the prestigious Writing Program at the New School University in New York City  for the past ten years.  She is a founding member of ART, a traveling troupe of authors who perform reader’s theatre at conventions and conferences across the country.  Born and raised in Ann Arbor, Michigan, she splits her time between her homes in Nyack, NY and Callicoon Center, NY. She is married to a High School history teacher and has two grown sons and a step-daughter. For more information about Sarah and her books please visit her at

    Awards And Honors:

    Rebecca Caudill Award (So B. It)

    WIllim Allen White Award (So B. It)

    Parents Choice Award (So B. It)

    Children's Crown Honor Book (PIE)

    Grand Canyon Reader Award (PIE)

    2015 Rip Van WInkle Award for outstanding contribution to the field of children's literature

    Current Courses:

    Creative Thesis & Lit. Project (Spring 2020)