Robin LaFevers

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Robin Lorraine LaFevers
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LaFevers at the Miami Book Fair International 2014
Pen name R. L. LaFevers, Robin LaFevers
Occupation Author
Language English
Nationality American
Citizenship US
Genre Children's literature
Notable awards Junior Library Guild Selection
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Robin Lorraine LaFevers is an American children's book writer from California.

She is the author of the Theodosia series (illustrated by Yoko Tanaka) and Nathaniel Fludd, Beastologist series (illustrated by Kelly Murphy). La Fevers grew up in Los Angeles and now resides on a small ranch in Southern California with her husband and two sons.[1] LaFevers has had a lifelong love of animals,[2] which often make appearances in her novels, and a sensitivity to ecological responsibility best apparent in the Nathaniel Fludd books. She admits to a belief in the magical, which is also a driving element of stories such as Theodosia and the Serpents of Chaos.


Her novel Flight of the Phoenix was selected by the Junior Library Guild in 2009.[3] YALSA named Dark Triumph as one of the Best Fiction for Young Adults for 2014.[4]

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