Tune in to hear Ann
Stalcup talk about her 2011 novel,
Three Who Survived: Child Survivors of World War II,
this book tells the stories of three child
survivors of World War II, one escaped Germany days
before war was declared, one barely lived through a
bombing raid in England, while the third survived a
concentration camp. As young children, all three had
wonderfully happy childhoods, childhoods that
changed suddenly and unexpectedly for each of them
when they were seven.
Ann Stalcup loves to travel, and as teachers, she and her husband have spent their long summer vacations visiting over 150 countries.
Her numerous published magazine articles, and many of her books, are inspired by trips she has taken. A recent publication, Leo Politi, Artist of the Angels, is a biography of a Los Angeles artist and author whom she admired for many years. It is the book of which she is most proud. Her most recent publication is a bilingual picture book.
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