Bonnie Ferrante

Bonnie Ferrante writes fiction for adults and children. Bonnie loves living in Northern Ontario, Canada. She spends most of the long winter indoor writing and drawing. Since developing Parkinson's disease, she has switched to digital illustration. Once upon a time, she was a grade school teacher. Read what other writers have said of her work: "HAUNTINGLY BELIEVABLE" - Gordon Korman (authored 75+ books, sold more than 17 million, won numerous awards.) "GENUINE SURPRISES" - Richard Scrimger (Mr. Christie Award, numerous "Best of" awards) "CLEAR, EFFECTIVELY TOLD" - Anne Coleman (Edna Staebler Award for Creative Non-Fiction) "THIS AUTHOR HAS EXCITING GIFTS...WHAT A TALENT." - Fred Stenson (Queen Elizabeth II Diamond Jubilee Medal, twice won Ewan Author's Prize. Nominated for Giller Prize Governor General's Literary Award and Commonwealth Writers Prize. "INSIGHTFUL AND EMOTIONAL" - Angie Abdou (prize winning writing instructor)