Nancy E. Krulik

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Nancy E. Krulik (born in Brooklyn, New York) is the author of more than 200 books for children and young adults,[1] including three New York Times bestsellers. She is best known, however, for being the author and creator of the How I Survived Middle School and Katie Kazoo, Switcheroo book series. Beginning in July 2008, Grosset and Dunlap (a division of Penguin Young Readers) will launch the George Brown, Class Clown series, a spin off of Katie Kazoo. Her new mystery series for kids, Jack Gets a Clue launches in January 2011 on the Scholastic Lucky Book Club, and in stores July 2011.

2013 will bring the launch of another new series of books from Nancy Krulik, Magic Bone. This series follows the adventures of Sparky, a sheepdog puppy, who travels the world thanks to the magic he finds in a very special chew toy. The first two books in the series: Be Careful What You Sniff For and Catch that Wave will be published in May 2013.

Nancy currently lives in Manhattan with her husband, composer Daniel Burwasser, their two children, Amanda and Ian, and a crazy beagle mix named Josie.[2]

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Nancy E. Krulik". WorldCat.org. Retrieved 28 March 2010. 
  2. ^ "Nancy E. Krulik: Biography". Scholastic. Retrieved 28 March 2010.