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"Law’s storytelling is rollicking, her language imaginative... readers will want more."

                                            - Booklist, Starred Review

"Law has a feel for characters and language that is matched by few."

                                                      - School Library Journal, Starred Review

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CONTACT INFO

 

 

IngridGetsMail@ gmail.com

 

Represented by:

 

Daniel Lazar

Writers House

Mary Pender

United Talent Agency

Social Media Update: Currently, you can follow Ingrid on Facebook but she only accepts friend requests from people she personally knows. She is indecisive about Twitter  (and keeps deactivating and then reactivating her account), and has just begun posting on a new Instagram account.

A Note On Appearances:

Ingrid supports equity and inclusivity in the world of books and beyond. She is not available for any appearances or events that discriminate against marginalized or underrepresented people, either on or off the page.

ABOUT

Ingrid Law is the New York Times Bestselling Author of three novels for young readers - Savvy, Scumble, and Switch. She is also an artist and a poet.

 

Ingrid is the recipient of a Newbery Honor, a Boston Globe - Horn Book Honor, and a Judy Lopez Memorial Honor. She was also a finalist for the Andre Norton Award and the Mythopoeic Fantasy Award, and is the winner of a Lamplighter Award.

 

Ingrid's books have been placed on more than thirty state reading lists and have been translated into twenty languages. She's earned praise from Publishers Weekly, Oprah’s reading list, the Today Show’s Al Roker’s Book Club for Kids, and Smithsonian. Her essay work has appeared in Open Minds Quarterly.

 

In the late 1990s and early 2000s Ingrid displayed sculptural and fiber artwork in local and national galleries; the Denver Post called this work "Riveting... like getting a punch in the solar plexus." (2001)

A new book is in the works. Poetry is on submission. Artwork will soon be reemerging. But slowly. Everything slowly.

 

Sometimes slow is where the joy is.