Ingrid Law is the New York Times bestselling author of two novels for young readers, Savvy and Scumble. Law's books have been placed on over 25 state reading lists and have earned accolades from Publisher's Weekly, Oprah's reading list, the Today Show's Al Roker's Book Club for Kids, and Smithsonian. Savvy was named a Newbery Honor book in 2009. Law lives in Lafayette, Colorado, where she writes full time and is currently working on her next novel.
This biography was last updated on 01/17/2014.
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Q: What inspired Savvy?
A: Watching my own daughter, I am constantly reminded of the challenges young people face the struggle for identity, the enormous physical and emotional changes, the often conflicting voices of parents, friends, teachers, and media. While these challenges may not manifest themselves as hurricanes and electrical sparks in real life, I think they can feel just as powerful and out of control to the young person navigating them.
Q: What do you think your savvy would be?
A: If I could choose, I think I would like to fly or breathe underwater. When I was a kid, I was convinced that I could see air see its movements and patterns through a room but everyone insisted that it was impossible. Ive always wondered how many things are impossible only because we are told they are.
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