Deborah Wiles

Deborah Wiles (born May 5, 1953, Mobile, Alabama, United States) is a children's book author. Her second novel, ''Each Little Bird That Sings'', was a 2005 National Book Award finalist. Her documentary novel, ''Revolution'', was a 2014 National Book Award finalist. Wiles received the PEN/Phyllis Naylor Working Writer Fellowship in 2004 and the E.B. White Read-Aloud Award in 2005. Her fiction centers on home, family, kinship, and community, and often deals with historical events (Freedom Summer/Civil Rights, the Cuban Missile Crisis, the Vietnam War), social justice issues, and childhood reactions to those events, as well as everyday childhood moments and mysteries, most taken directly from her childhood. She often says, "I take my personal narrative and turn it into story." Provided by Wikipedia
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