Ann Bausum writes about history for readers of all ages from her home in southern Wisconsin. Her works often focus on under-told stories from the past, and she frequently explores issues of social justice, as she does in her most recent title: The March Against Fear. Bausum’s previous works for young readers have explored the WWI adventures of a dog named Stubby, the Civil Rights Movement, voting rights, gay rights, immigration and free speech, among other topics.
Young ReadersRed: A Crayon’s Story
Young ReadersTo Catch a Cheat (A Jackson Greene Novel)
Non-Fiction, Young ReadersThe World Is Awake: A Celebration of Everyday Blessings
History, Young ReadersBorn Criminal: Matilda Joslyn Gage, Radical Suffragist