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Annabeth Bondor-Stone

Annabeth Bondor-Stone is the coauthor of the Shivers the Pirate series, Quest for the Crystal Crown, and Time Tracers: The Stolen Summers. Her books have been translated into multiple languages and featured on the Chicago Public Library’s Best Fiction for Young Readers list. After graduating from Northwestern University, Annabeth moved to New York to eat huge slices of pizza, then moved to Los Angeles when she got full. Now she travels to schools across the country using comedy to inspire kids to read and write. Find out more at annabethandconnor.com.
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