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Jessie Janowitz

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"The Doughnut Fix" is Jessie Janowitz's first book!

Jessie grew up in New York City and still lives there with her family.

Her debut middle grade novel THE DOUGHNUT FIX was a 2018 Cybils finalist, a Spring 2018 Junior Library Guild Selection, an Amazon Best Book of the Month (Apr 2018), and received a starred review from The Bulletin of the Center for Children’s Books. The sequel, THE DOUGHNUT KING, out from Sourcebooks May 2019, is also a Junior Library Guild Selection.

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Jessie Janowitz By allowing myself to write badly. I believe that writer's block isn't not having any ideas. It's having ideas we fear are no good. Give yourself…moreBy allowing myself to write badly. I believe that writer's block isn't not having any ideas. It's having ideas we fear are no good. Give yourself permission to write badly. That's the only way through to finding the magic that lies on the other side!(less)
Jessie Janowitz Creating something that is both entirely new and personal yet resonant and universal at the same time.
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“I’d never met a “why not?” person before. In the city, there’s generally more of a “why should I?” kind of vibe.”
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“Everyone loves Zoe’s hair: teachers, waiters, bus drivers, strangers on the subway. And the ones who don’t know about the biting will even try to touch it.”
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