Wendy Mass-



Wendy Mass is the New York Times Best Selling author of about 1 young people novels. They have been translated into 13 different languages. They also nominated for 46 state book awards. One of the books she has written is Leap Day. Wendy Mass was born on January 17, 1967. She is an award winning author of young adult novels and children books. The most successful book was A Mango-Shaped Space which won The American Library Association (ALA) Schneider Family Book Award for Middle School in 2004. Her book Jeremy Fink and the Meaning of Life won the Peoples’ Choice Award.

Her early life….
She was born in Livingston, New Jersey. Mass’s favorite subjects in school were reading and writing. Wendy worked at town libraries and ghostwrote her friend’s college applications. As a child she would compete with friends to see who could read the most books; this helped her develop her writing skills. Mass’s first story, co-written by her 2 siblings when she was in Jr. High, starred a pet that somehow turned into a goat and destroyed the neighborhood. In high school, Mass worked at local public libraries and continued to hone her writing skills. She took writing classes and decided writing for her career.
Personal life….
Mass currently lives in Sparta Township, New Jersey, with her twins Griffin and Chloe, her husband Mike, and her cat Zoey.
Some of her Non-Fiction books….._
Stonehenge (1998)
Women’s Rights (1998)
Halloween (2004)
Gods and Goddesses (2002)
Some of her Fiction books…..
11 Birthdays (2009)
13 Gifts (2011)
Finally (2010)
Every Soul A Star (2008)

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