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Glenda Armand

Glenda Armand is a winner of Lee & Low’s New Voices Award in 2006, worked for many years as a teacher and school librarian in Los Angeles, California. Glenda loves reading about history and is passionate about sharing the stories of enslaved African Americans and little known historical figures. She lives with her husband in West Covina, California. Glenda can be found on the web at glenda-armand.com.

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