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Tui T Sutherland


USA flag (b.1978)

aka Erin Hunter, Tamara Summers, T T Sutherland, Heather Williams

Tui T. Sutherland is named after a very noisy New Zealand bird.She was born in Caracas, Venezuela, and grew up in South America. She now lives in Boston with her husband and Sunshine, her ridiculous, perfect dog.For several years she was an editor in childrens book publishing in New York, working on series including The Zack Files, Grail Quest, Midnighters, Warriors, and Spy Goddess.  
 

Genres: Children's Fiction, Young Adult Fantasy
 

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Last Day on Mars (2017)
(Chronicle of the Dark Star, book 1)
Kevin Emerson
"This is perfect science fiction: a terrifying yet very cool vision of the future, lots of technological awesomeness, mind-bending alien mysteries, a mission to save the human race—and two funny, resourceful, very real kid heroes who I’d follow to the edges of the universe."
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The Serpent's Secret (2018)
(Kiranmala and the Kingdom Beyond, book 1)
Sayantani DasGupta
"This funny, unique book feels like the spirit of A Wrinkle in Time married the awesomeness of Bengali folktales and had the coolest, fiercest Indian princess -- so much fun! Can Kiranmala save the rest of us next?"
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The Spinner Prince (2018)
(Pride Wars, book 1)
Matt Laney
"Fast-paced adventure and cool world-building add up to a spellbinding tale."
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Of a Feather (2021)
Dayna Lorentz
"Dayna writes the inner thoughts of animals better than anyone I know, and I’m sure readers are going to fall in love with Rufus the fierce and lovable great horned owl, just like I did! This sweet, funny story of a prickly girl and the owl she helps rescue is a perfect tale of outcasts, friendship, falconry, and the families we create."
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The Troubled Girls of Dragomir Academy (2021)
Anne Ursu
"A thoughtful and incisive story of lies told to control people and the complicated girls who ask questions, push back, and keep fighting."

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