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Biography - Photos
- Book Covers - Other
Gail Gauthier is the author of eight children's books, including The Hero of Ticonderoga,
an ALA Notable Book, and the two volumes of the Hannah and Brandon
Stories series, A Girl, a Boy, and a Monster Cat, and A Girl,
a Boy, and Three Robbers, which were both selected as Junior Library
Guild offerings. Her books have been nominated for readers' choice awards in
six states, and published in foreign editions in Italy, Germany, France, and
Japan. Her essays have been published in The Horn Book and English
Journal, as well as at sites such as The Millions and Literary
Mama, and her short stories have been published in Cricket Magazine
and at Alimentum.
She has spoken in schools in Connecticut, Massachusetts, and Vermont, as well as for
including the New York State Association of Comprehensive Educators, the New England Roundtable of Teen and Children's Librarians, and the New
England Society of Children’s Book Writers and Illustrators. She maintains
the blog Original Content, where she writes about children's
literature, writing, and time management for writers.
Original Content (Blog): blog.gailgauthier.com
Photographs may be downloaded as JPG images in two sizes and in color or in grayscale.
The 'small' sizes are about 640x640 pixel (about 80 KB) and the 'large" sizes are
about 2100x2100 pixel (about 750 KB)
Images of the book covers may be downloaded as JPG images in two sizes. The
"medium" sizes are about 600x900 pixel (about 180 KB each), the
"large" sizes are about 1200x1800 pixel (about 850 KB each). You can
also grab the small versions (about 100x150 pixel) from the cover images on my various
Interviews and Articles
Blog Tour for A Girl, A Boy, and Three Robbers
Fears That We May Cease To Be at
Blue Nib Literary Magazine, May, 2020.|
Olive Oil at Alimentum,
|How Mom Saved the Planet, Cricket Magazine, May, 1993, Vol.
20, No. 9|
|The Mystery of the Ring-Tailed Cat, Cricket Magazine, Oct.,
1983, Vol. 11, No. 2|
For more about these essays and short stories see the My Essays
and Short Stories page.