Jane Yolen

About Jane Yolen

Birth Day: February 11, 1939
Birth Place: New York City, NY
Birth Sign: Aquarius

Jane Yolen Net Worth

Jane Yolen was bornon February 11, 1939 in New York City, NY. An author of young adult fantasy books, she is known for Owl Moon, How Do Dinosaurs Say Goodnight, and the Nebula Award-winning story, Sister Emily's Lightship. Perhaps her best-known work, The Devil's Arithmetic, deals with the theme of the Holocaust.
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About

An author of young adult fantasy books, she is known for Owl Moon, How Do Dinosaurs Say Goodnight, and the Nebula Award-winning story, Sister Emily's Lightship. Perhaps her best-known work, The Devil's Arithmetic, deals with the theme of the Holocaust.

Before Fame

She was raised in New York, California, and Virginia. She attended Smith College and published her first young adult book, The Bird of Time, in 1971.

Trivia

She was the first woman to give the Andrew Lang lecture.

Family Life

She had three children with her husband, David W. Stemple, whom she married in 1962. She and Stemple settled in Massachusetts and also owned a home in Scotland.

Associated With

She and J.K. Rowling are both authors of children's and young adult fiction.