Margi Preus

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Margi Preus is an American children's writer. She is a 2011 Newbery Honor winner and won the Asian/Pacific American Award for Literature for Heart of a Samurai.[1] Her books have won multiple awards, honored as ALA/ALSC Notables, landed on many "best of" lists, featured on NPR, chosen for community reads, and translated into many languages.*

She earned a graduate degree from Binghamton University.[2] She taught at The College of St. Scholastica, University of Minnesota Duluth.[3] She lives in Duluth, Minnesota.[4]

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she was a runner up for the 2011 newbery medal and won the Asian/Pacific American award for literature.

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