Albee, Sarah

Sarah Albee is the New York Times bestselling author of (mostly) nonfiction books for kids. Recent and forthcoming titles include North America: A Foldout Graphic History, Dog Days of History,POISON: Deadly Deeds, Perilous Professions, and Murderous Medicines, and Alexander Hamilton: A Plan for America. Other nonfiction titles include Why’d They Wear That? Bugged: How Insects Changed History, and Poop Happened: A History of the World from the Bottom Up. She lives in Connecticut with her husband, a high-school history teacher and administrator, and has three children. She loves visiting schools and presenting to kids of all ages.

Eureka! Gold and Silver medals
Bank Street Best Books
NCSS Best Books [National Council for Social Studies] Nerdy Book Club awards
Starred reviews

3 Fun Facts

1. Sarah wants kids to love history as much as she does. Many of her books are a mash-up of history and science.
2. Sarah once played semi-pro basketball in Cairo, Egypt.
3. Sarah’s first job was working at Sesame Street.