Elise Hooper and Allison Crotzer Kimmel
When: Wednesday, July 22, 2020, 7:00pm
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About the Author:
A New Englander by birth (and at heart), Elise Hooper lives with her husband and two young daughters in Seattle, where she teaches history and literature. The Other Alcott was her first novel.
Allison Crotzer Kimmel is the author of several nonfiction children’s books.When not writing, she teaches high school English and serves on the SCBWI CenCal advisory board as Kern County mingle host. Allison lives in Bakersfield, CA with a pack that includes three dogs, two children, and one husband, and she loves every crazy minute of it. You can visit Allison online at www.allisoncrotzerkimmel.com.
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