Vicki Grant

Vicki Grant

Vicki Grant has been called "a superb storyteller" (The Canadian Children's Book Centre) and "one of the funniest writers working today" (The Vancouver Sun). She began her career creating ads for Chiat/Day and McCann-Erickson then moved on to writing television scripts for Theodore Tugboat, Big Comfy Couch and her own Gemini Award winning series Scoop & Doozie. Her first middle grade novel, THE PUPPET WRANGLER, was based on her experience in the TV industry. Since then, her novels have won The Red Maple, The Arthur Ellis Award and CBC's Young Canada Reads as well as been shortlisted for Mystery Writers of America's Edgar Allan Poe Award, the Canadian Library Association's Children's Book of the Year and numerous Forest of Reading awards. SHORT FOR CHAMELEON, Vicki's Red Maple-nominated comic mystery, has been named a CCBC Best Book for Kids and will soon be published in France. Her latest YA novel, 36 Questions That Changed My Mind About You, has been sold to over 20 territories internationally. Acquiring UK publisher and editor of six Harry Potter novels, Emma Matthewson, said of the book, "It's been a long time since I've read anything so sharp, funny and brave." Vicki lives in Halifax where she is at work on her 18th novel.

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