Elizabeth Rusch, an award-winning freelance writer, has over a hundred essays published in journals such as Muse, Smithsonian, and Mother Jones. She is the author of several award-winning children's nonfiction books, including Generation Fix and Will it Blow? Elizabeth resides in Portland, Oregon, with her family, and this is her debut book for Houghton Mifflin. Liz keeps a four-inch-high scale model rover next to her computer as a source of inspiration while writing this book. Spirit and Opportunity have been roving Mars for more than six years, and the model rover has tipped over and broken so many times that she can't believe they've survived. Liz's website address is www.elizabethrusch.com.
- Mario and the Hole in the Sky: How a Chemist Saved Our Planet
- Electrical Wizard: Candlewick Biographies: How Nikola Tesla Lit Up the World
- The Music of Life: Bartolomeo Cristofori & the Invention of the Piano
- You Call This Democracy?: How to Fix Our Government and Deliver Power to the People
- The Big One: The Cascadia Earthquakes and the Science of Saving Lives