Utah Authors for Children and Young Adults
The following books were written by authors who live in or have spent significant parts of their lives in Utah. Most of the authors have written several books, so if you enjoy one, try the others!
At the hospital where her father works, Annie befriends a badly burned veteran.
Can a turtle have a toothache? Albert does, and his grandma knows just how to take care of it.
13-year-old Alcatraz must save the world from the Evil Librarians.
The story of historical figure Elk Girl, a member of the Ute tribe, and sister to Chief Ouray.
Bertie, a very small watchdog, proves that size isn't everything when he goes up against a big, bad robber.
"The marsh is an edge where water and land meet between cattails..." and a place where many animals live.
Count from 'ichi' to 'desyat' in 'shi' different languages.
Twelve-year-old Charlotte, a Welsh immigrant, carries a motherless baby along the Mormon Trail in 1856.
A moving book based on a diary kept by a third-grade class interned at a Japanese-American camp during WWII.