Ellen Potter

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Ellen Potter is an American author of both children's and adult's books (as Ellen Toby-Potter). She grew up in Upper West Side, New York and studied creative writing at Binghamton University and now lives in Candor in upstate New York.[1] She has been a contributor to Cimarron Review, Epoch, The Hudson Review, and Seventeen. Her novel Olivia Kidney was winner of the Child Magazine Best Book award and was a Best Book of the Year selection for 8-12 year-olds by Parenting magazine.


For children[edit]

Illustrated by Peter H. Reynolds and published by Philomel Books:

renamed as Olivia Kidney Stops for No One

With co-author Anne Mazer, and illustrated by Matt Phelan:

For adults (as Ellen Toby-Potter)[edit]


  1. ^ Amazon.ca: Olivia Kidney And The Secret Beneath The City: Books: Ellen Potter

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