Ana Maria Spagna has lived most of her adult life in Stehekin, Washington, a remote community in the North Cascades accessible only by foot, boat, or float plane. She is the author of The Luckiest Scar on Earth, a novel for young people about a girl snowboarder and her activist father, as well as five award-winning books of nonfiction including100 Skills You’ll Need for the End of the World (as We Know It) a humor-infused exploration of how to live more lightly on the planet.
Ana Maria was recently featured by Sierra magazine on their International Women’s Day reading list. Click here to read the article.
Why Ana Maria Spagna Loves School Visits
“Young people are the most astute readers I meet, the most engaged. I love talking to them about the books they love, the characters they relate to, and the kinds of stories they might someday bring to life. We talk about the outdoors a lot, too. But when they ask me if I snowboard, I have to admit that, alas, I am a skier.” – Ana Maria Spagna
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