Lisa (Trutkoff) Trumbauer (1963-)
Lisa Trumbauer told SATA: "I was quite the goofball as a kid. My friends and I had a clubhouse, and we wrote tons of secret codes, always hoping for adventures that never really happened. Thank goodness for books! I became a huge bookworm, and I filled countless notebooks with diaries, stories, and poems. One of those poems was published in Seventeen magazine when I was in high school. At the University of Maryland, I studied education and journalism. I also wrote for the school newspaper, The Diamondback. After college, I combined my education and journalism experiences to work as an editor for educational publishers. Soon I began writing as well as editing. Now I write all the time, both fiction and nonfiction books for kids. In between projects, I love to travel and go to baseball games to see the Baltimore Orioles. I live in New Jersey with my husband, Dave, and our 'dysfunctional pet family:' a dog named Blue and two cats named Cosmo and Cleo."
Biographical and Critical Sources
Booklist, September 1, 2003, Carolyn Phelan, review of Why We Need Child Care Workers and Why We Need Construction Workers, p. 126.
School Library Journal, December, 1999, Kristina Aaronson, review of Click It! Computer Fun: Math, p. 129; February, 2000, Yapha Nussbaum Mason, review of Click It!: Computer Fun Halloween, p. 115; July, 2000, Yapha Nussbaum Mason, review of Cool Sites: Homework Help for Kids on the Net, p. 123; July, 2002, Eldon Younce, review of The Life Cycle of a Chicken, p. 112; June, 2003, John Peters, review of Exploring Animal Rights and Animal Welfare, p. 92.
Kidsreads.com, http://www.kidsreads.com/ (October 16, 2003), "Lisa Trumbauer."
Lisa Trumbauer Home Page, http://www.lisatrumbauer.com/ (October 16, 2003).
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