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Brandon Marie Miller
Brandon Marie Miller is an award-winning
author of U. S. History for young people.
She earned a degree in American History
from Purdue University and now lives in
Cincinnati, OH. Her books have been
honored by the International Reading
Association (IRA), the National Council for
the Social Studies (NCSS), the Society for
School Librarians International, Voices of
Youth Advocates (VOYA), Bank Street
College, and the Junior Library Guild.
Brandon visits schools to discuss history
and writing with students of all ages. She
has presented at state and national
conferences for teachers and librarians,
including the NCSS, IRA and NCTE.
Watch an interview with Brandon:
Women of the Colonial American
New York Public Library Best Book for Teens, 2016
February, 2016 Publishlers Weekly.com: “Miller maintains a balance
between objective historical accounts and personal biographies, offering
insight into what it meant to be a woman in America's fledgling days.”
School Library Journal, February 2016: “...thoroughly researched and
engrossing look at Colonial America.”
TJ and Me
Brandon at Monticello.
Read More about Brandon's books.
Photo courtesy of Tom Uhlman