||Kristen D. Randle|
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||Graduated from BYU and taught English in Salt Lake and in Utah County. |
||Michigan Library Association's Best Book of the Year for 1996, Booklist top ten pick of the year, and the California Young Readers' Medal.|
|| She writes of her work, "I did not always love to write, and I have only guesses as to where ideas for stories may come from. My own creative process is a haphazard, messy sort of affair."|
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||Randle lives on the banks of the Provo River with her husband, their four wild children, and a brindled, brainless collie. She fills her days with algebra, church stuff, quilting, refereeing the children, and managing the business and moral deportment of a phalanx of musicians who frequent the family recording studio. She has a firm belief that light is better than darkness, and that every soul knows it, at some level.|
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