Rosalie Lauerman

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New author, Rosalie Lauerman, is passionate about uncovering and writing under-told stories for young readers. Her work has been accepted by Cricket, Highlights, and other children’s magazines.

While living in New Jersey, Rosalie and her family were neighbors with Jockey Hollow, a unit of Morristown National Historical Park. She frequently heard park visitors say that they knew nothing about this Revolutionary War encampment, inspiring her to write her first book, Jockey Hollow.

Rosalie grew up on a Midwestern farm and attended a small school—her eighth grade class consisted of nine students. The future writer edited the high school newspaper and studied journalism and economics in college. Before turning to writing, she worked as a computer
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Rosalie Lauerman When "I hit-the-wall" I go back to rereading a couple of research sources which will either lead to a new thread or remind me why I thought the topic…moreWhen "I hit-the-wall" I go back to rereading a couple of research sources which will either lead to a new thread or remind me why I thought the topic was important. (less)
Rosalie Lauerman As a nonfiction writer, I love uncovering a story element that makes me shout WOW!
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After spending months revising and proofreading my new book, "Jockey Hollow," I probably can recite all 120 pages from memory. So I'm surprised that I still giggle when I read "Grumbling about Money" in Chapter Three and always tear up over the "honest soldiers" in Chapter Seven.
Isn't it amazing that paper and ink can produce intense and moving responses.
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Interesting approach that I look forward to using with my grandchildren in the near future.
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“World War I was the most colossal, murderous, mismanaged butchery that has ever taken place on earth. Any writer who said otherwise lied, So the writers either wrote propaganda, shut up, or fought.”
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The Great Bridge by David McCullough
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Wonderful book--the history, characters, and life in an individualist and creative era. David McCullough's books never fail to make nonfiction more entertaining than novels. I highly recommend the "Brooklyn Bridge."
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“The purpose of a good education is to show you that there are three sides to a two-sided story.”
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