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Katherine Elizabeth Krohn (1961 – ) is an American author born in Bitburg, Germany to American-born parents, Don and Betty Krohn.[1] Krohn is a prolific writer of books for children and young adults. Her works include many well-reviewed biographies, such as the Carter G. Woodson Honor Book Ella Fitzgerald: First Lady of Song,[2][3] and the Oregon Book Award contender Women of the Wild West.[4][5] In recent years, Krohn ventured from the biographical format to create graphic science and graphic history titles. She has authored metaphysical titles about fortune-telling and ghosts, fiction, and books about contemporary social issues.[6][7] She lives in the Pacific Northwest.[1]

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  1. ^ a b "Contemporary Authors Online", Biography Resource Center (Gale), 2003  
  2. ^ "Carter G. Woodson Book Award and Honor Winners". National Council for the Social Studies. http://www.socialstudies.org/awards/carterG/winners.  
  3. ^ American Music Teacher: 70. October 2001.  
  4. ^ Ginsberg, Sherri Forgash (July 2000), Kliatt, Chapel Hill, North Carolina: Duke School for Children  
  5. ^ "Women Of The Wild West. (Good Stuff)". Child Life 27. January/February 2002.  
  6. ^ School Library Journal 47 (8): 196. August 2001.  
  7. ^ Writers Directory (25th ed.). St. James Press. 2009.  

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