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Nancy Warren Ferrell

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Nancy Warren Ferrell

"I am a very curious person," says author Nancy Warren Ferrell. "So want to know the whys and wherefores of the world. I do not believe nonfiction needs to be dry. The more you delve into a subject, the more you find the fascinating 'goodies' you can share with your readers."

Award winning author, Nancy Warren Ferrell, writes nonfiction books for children and adults. She is a longtime resident of Juneau, Alaska, and has extensively traveled internationally.

Besides raising a family (twins, Patty and Bill), she taught grade school and worked in public and school libraries. Nancy was a 1992 U.S. judge for the Golden Kite Award, reviewed new children's books for publishers, and was a reviewer for SCBWI.

Nancy Warren Ferrell died April 10, 2009. She was 76.

Ed Ferrell

I was born in Missouri during the depression. When I was five, my mother remarried, and we eventually moved to Detroit. I never cared for the East. I was used to the freedom of small southern towns. In 1942, the family moved to Arizona, and I was in my element. In those days, the West was relatively undeveloped, and I hunted, fished and prospected. After high school graduation, I headed north to Alaska, and except for college in Arizona, and Utah, I have lived in the North country. For years I was an avid big game hunter and wilderness trekker.

My books reflect my background and interests. My best selling book is titled, Strange Stories Of Alaska And The Yukon. It was selected for the "Battle of the Books," in Alaska. From early newspaper accounts, I have compiled two books, Frontier Justice and The Dangerous North, and five volumes of Biographies Of Alaska -Yukon Pioneers. My latest book is a novel for young readers, Wolf Brother, Survival In The Far North.

I married Nancy Warren, and we have two children, William and Patricia.

Ed Ferrell died May 5, 2010. He was 81.

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