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Anna Myers

Biography

Anna Myers

When Anna Myers was finishing the first grade she announced to her family that instead of graduating to second grade, she would spend the next year teaching the little first graders.  Though she didn’ t begin her teaching career at 7, she did at 22, and taught teenagers her entire life. Anna is the author of more than one dozen books for Walker & Company, including "Tulsa Burning," a New York Public Library Book for the Teen Age, "Flying Blind," an Oklahoma Book Award finalist, and "Assassin," an Oklahoma Book Award winner.

Anna Myers

Books by Anna Myers

by Anna Myers - Historical Fiction
The day he buried his pa, Nobe Chase lost everything—his father, his home, and his dog, Rex. Worst of all, he had to move into town to live with Sheriff Leonard—dog killer, wife stealer, and secret law-breaker of all sorts. That day, Nobe found a new purpose for his life—revenge. Based on true events in Tulsa, Oklahoma, during May of 1921, Anna Myers has produced a powerful novel about a young man who must wrestle with his past and find the strength to pull free from the poisonous grip of hatred and abuse.