Jennifer Joline Anderson

Jennifer Joline Anderson has been writing since she was a teenager, when she had her first short story published in Seventeen magazine. She holds a degree in Hispanic Studies from Vassar College and has lived in Mexico and China. Today, she works as a freelance writer, editor, and Spanish translator in Minneapolis. Jennifer has written many books for young people, including biographies of Wilma Rudolph, Albert Einstein, and John Lennon; histories of the Women’s Rights Movement and Civil Rights Movement; and true tales of Jack the Ripper and Bigfoot. She also loves inventing silly bedtime stories for her two children, ages five and three.