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Tessa Roehl

Tessa Roehl has written several books for young people, including Cinderella Takes the Stage, Belle’s Discovery, Tiana’s Best Surprise, and Aurora Plays the Part. Originally from Oregon, she’s now happy to call Los Angeles her home, where she resides with her dog, Milo. She has an MFA in Writing for Children and Young Adults from Vermont College of Fine Arts, and moonlights in the film and television industry.
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