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About Annette
Children's nonfiction author Annette Whipple grew up in rural Pennsylvania. After graduating from Kutztown University with a BS in elementary education, she went on to teach elementary and middle school students as an environmental educator and classroom teacher. 

Annette learned to love science and history as an environmental educator and classroom teacher. Now she inspires a sense of wonder and excites children about science and history through her nonfiction books. She’s the author of Soil, Flowers, Insects as Producers, Africa, and North America. Her sixth book, The Laura Ingalls Wilder Companion: A Chapter-by-Chapter Guide will be released in 2020 with Chicago Review Press. Annette’s interactive programs and workshops engage participants in topics like writing, science, and history. When she’s not writing or teaching children, educators, and writers, you might find Annette snacking on warm chocolate chip cookies. Annette lives in Oxford, Pennsylvania with her husband and three children. Learn more about Annette’s books and presentations at

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