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Paul MosierPaul Mosier<div class="ExternalClass8DB5A661D2D547919DD49E9E3EFB439E"><h2>​<a href="" target="_blank">Summer and July </a>by Paul Mosier<br></h2><p>​<br></p><div><p><span data-ccp-props="{"201341983":0,"335559738":40,"335559739":0,"335559740":259}">Paul Mosier began writing novels in 2011 but has written in some fashion his entire life. He is married and the father to two amazing daughters, one of whom passed to the next dimension at the age of 9 in 2018 after a 27 month fight with a rare childhood cancer. He lives near his place of birth in downtown Phoenix, and is proud to call the Burton Barr main library his home branch. He loves listening to baseball on the radio, eating vegetarian food, drinking coffee, and talking nonstop. Perhaps the world’s foremost advocate of the em-dash, he has written three critically acclaimed books for middle grade readers—<em>Train I Ride</em>, <em>Echo’s Siste</em><em>r</em>, and <em>Summer and July</em>. His work had been awarded the ILA Intermediate Fiction Award, a Publishers Weekly Flying Start, Bank Street Best, co-recipient of the Judy Goddard Award with Dusti Bowling, a Junior Library Guild selection, best of the libraries of New York, Chicago and Los Angeles, mock Newberys among librarians, multiple starred reviews, and appears on the reading lists of multiple states. His work has thus far been translated to Dutch, Japanese, Spanish and Italian, and is forthcoming in Farsi and Vietnamese. Don’t ask what he is working on unless you’ve got some free time. He says that he’s just getting started.  </span></p></div><p><br><br></p></div>





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