Photo: Penn Miniken

Sarah Jane Marsh is a writer of children's narrative nonfiction and author of THOMAS PAINE AND THE DANGEROUS WORD (Disney-Hyperion, May 2018) which earned a starred review from the American Library Association's Booklist. Her next American Revolution picture book is MOST WANTED: JOHN HANCOCK AND SAMUEL ADAMS (Disney-Hyperion, 2020).

Sarah has taught American Revolution history in elementary and middle school. Like Thomas Paine, Sarah attempted several adventurous careers (zookeeping, dolphin training, firefighting), before earning an MBA from the University of Vermont where she studied organizational change. 

Also like Paine, Sarah believes in lifelong learning and speaking out for social action.  She works with her community on youth suicide prevention, Adverse Childhood Experiences education, and meeting basic student needs.

Sarah lives with her family outside of Seattle. THOMAS PAINE AND THE DANGEROUS WORD is her first book.

Representation: Caryn Wiseman at Andrea Brown Literary Agency.

 
 
 
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INTERVIEWS:

Journal of the American Revolution, May 2018, Interview with Dr. Jett Conner

For the Love of Kidlit, June 2018, Author Q & A

YA Books Central, June 2018, Author Q & A

BookHounds YA, June 2018, My Typical Writing Day

Author Karlin Gray, June 2018, #firstpicturebook Q & A