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About Amy Goldman Koss
Born in Michigan. Now living in California with husband, kids, pets, cars, furniture, vegetable garden...
Over-eating, over-sleeping, over-reading, and typing like mad.
I write to, for, and about people between the ages of 11 and 15 because that is the trickiest, stickiest, and most bizarre age I've lived through --so far.
What I want my readers to remember about my books is that they LOVED them!
And YES I do school and library visits!
Cheers! xoxox Amy
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Snow In Your Face
Snow lives in the North Pole and is a distant niece to the big man, Santa Claus. This Christmas, she decides it's finally time to give her Uncle Santa the long overdue fashion makeover she's been planning ever since she first saw him in that crazy red suit with those funny black boots. But when she gets caught in a life-threatening blizzard on her way to his humble dwelling, she is forced to re-think her fashion instincts and the true meaning of Christmas.
The Holiday Miracle
Annie goes Christmas caroling in her new neighborhood with her new "friends" and discovers that miracles really do happen.
Home For The Holidays
Fifteen-year-old Nanci is thrilled to be back in Los Angeles for Christmas—sun, beaches and shopping—but will her new stepmother dash her holiday dreams?
Cheating on a geography midterm is only the beginning. It seemed simple enough—they were given the answers from last year's test and they used them. But Sarah and her friends got caught, and what was done without much thought leads to greater and greater consequences. Now they are facing punishment at school, tension at home, and no one is sure how or when it will end.
"An excellent springboard to provocative discussion or debate about the moral and ethical questions that this issue raises."—School Library Journal
“Gwen is a wonderfully spunky kid who has real problems, creative solutions, and the guts to admit that she has a lot to learn about others' needs.” —Booklist
"Undercurrents of humor, and characters who develop surprising complexities, give this bittersweet tale unusual depth."
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Marla Feinstein, the only Jewish kid in her fourth-grade class, hates December. While everyone else is decorating trees, she'll be forgetting to light the candles and staring at a big plastic dreidel. The holidays couldn't get much worse. So Marla decides to find out what Hanukkah's really about—and soon she and her family have made the Festival of Lights the biggest party in town!