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Julie Chibbaro


Julie Chibbaro

Julie Chibbaro grew up in New York City wondering how so many people could live together without infecting each other with mortal diseases. After attending Performing Arts High School for theater, she ran away to Mexico, where she survived an earthquake and a motorcycle crash and learned a little something about death. Returning to New York, she decided to create her own fictional characters instead of playing one. Julie Chibbaro is the author of REDEMPTION, which won the 2005 American Book Award. She also wrote INTO THE DANGEROUS WORLD. Julie teaches fiction and creative writing in New York.

Julie Chibbaro

Books by Julie Chibbaro

by Julie Chibbaro and Jean-Marc Superville Sovak - Graphic Novel, Youth Fiction

Ror finds herself pulled in different directions. Her father wanted her to make classic art. Noise Ink insists she stay within their lines. Her art teacher urges her to go to college. What does she want? What kind of artist am I? Ror’s journey is a seamless blend of words and pictures, cinematic in its scope--a sharp-edged, indelible work of art that will live inside your head.

by Julie Chibbaro - Fiction, Historical Fiction, Young Adult 12+

To get out of Mrs. Browning’s School for Girls, Prudence Galewski has to find a job fit for a young lady. But Prudence is fascinated by the human body. With some luck, she lands a position in a lab, where she’s swept into an investigation of the fever, one of medical history’s greatest mysteries.

by Julie Chibbaro - Historical Fiction

Lily's father was kidnapped one night by the baron's men and was forced to become part of a colony in the New World. Now Lily and her mother's one chance for freedom is to take passage on the next ship to the New World. Their harrowing voyage reveals painful secrets that strip Lily of her innocence. But it also gains her a friend, a boy named Ethan, son to none other than the baron himself.