Jacqueline Dembar Greene is a widely published award-winning author of thirty books for young readers. She received a bachelor of arts degree in French literature from the University of Connecticut and a master of arts degree in English from the University of Central Missouri. A full-time writer, Greene also has experience working as a French teacher and journalist.
All of Greene's picture books, historical novels, nonfiction titles, and short stories reflect her journalist's passion for background research and attention to factual detail. She painstakingly researches each of her books, travelling the globe to experience the cultures and places she wishes to address in her works. Visits to Russia, France, the Yucatan Peninsula, the Netherlands, and not to mention much of the United States, have provided Greene with much of her material. Two of her historical novels were named Sydney Taylor Honor Books, and her picture book Butchers and Bakers, Rabbis and Kings was a finalist for the National Jewish Book Award.
A member of the Society of Children's Book Writers and Illustrators, Greene is also an accomplished photographer and a member of the Sudbury Valley Nature Photographers. She is an avid lover of the outdoors, cross-country hiking and skiing, and snowshoeing. The mother of two adult sons, Greene lives with her husband in Wayland, Massachusetts.
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