Karlin Gray is a picture book writer who lives in Westport, CT. Inspired by her childhood love of gymnastics, she wrote NADIA: THE GIRL WHO COULDN’T SIT STILL — “a winner of a sports story that both boys and girls will enjoy” (El Paso Times). And, inspired by her son’s love of moths, she wrote AN EXTRAORDINARY ORDINARY MOTH—“a perfect reminder that everyone and everything, no matter how seemingly ordinary, is extraordinary to the right person” (San Francisco Book Review). Her next book SERENA: THE LITTLEST SISTER will be published May 7, 2019 by PageStreet Kids. www.karlingray.com
3 Fun Facts
1. I lived in Japan for four years, ages 10-14.
2. If I could only have one dessert for the rest of my life, it would be ice cream.
3. My favorite childhood book was Little Women