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Teddy Steinkellner

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Teddy Steinkellner is a young adult, an author, and a young adult author.

He has written two novels, Trash Can Days: A Middle School Saga and Trash Can Nights: The Saga Continues. Both books tell the story of four middle schoolers -- Jake, Danny, Hannah, and Dorothy -- as they experience the hilarity and the humilation of junior high.

Teddy is a 2011 graduate of Stanford University, where he majored in English and American Studies, and where he began writing Trash Can Days. He currently lives in Los Angeles, CA. He was indeed dumped in a trash can himself as a seventh grader, but luckily he managed to avoid receiving any purple nurples or swirlies.

Learn more at teddysteinkellner.com, and follow him on Twitter @TeddySteinkelln.

Teddy’s Summer Movie Roundup!

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“You had a bad day…”


Hello, Popcorn Enthusiasts!


So as I kill time this summer waiting for my book to come out (August 20th, people!This is happening.), I find myself going to the movies a lot. And thinking about movies a lot. And mumbling to myself incoherently about movies a lot.


And, well, I’ve decided to stop doing that last one. So instead of randomly whispering things to m...

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Published on May 22, 2013 11:52
Average rating: 3.64 · 592 ratings · 145 reviews · 3 distinct worksSimilar authors
Two Roads from Here

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Trash Can Days: A Middle Sc...

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Trash Can Nights

4.37 avg rating — 60 ratings — published 2014 — 3 editions
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“it could be that accidents and mistakes present the clearest opportunity for you to see life as it really is.”
Teddy Steinkellner, Two Roads from Here

“But if you’re ever feeling stuck, then the best way out is to help someone else, someone who feels stuck too.”
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“The pajamas were patterned with red pinstripes and tiny blue escutcheons. Sammy was wearing a pair that had red escutcheons with blue pinstripes. That was Rosa's idea of fostering a sense of connection between father and son. As any two people who have ever dressed in matching pajamas will attest, it was surprisingly effective.”
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“Deets slapped his leg and laughed, the thought was so funny. When the rest of the outfit finally wondered down from the house they found the two of them grinning back and forth at one another.
"Look at 'em," Augustus said. "You'd think they just discovered teeth.”
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