Geraldine Ryan-Lush is the triple award-winning author of many books for children, young adults and adults. Her many titles include: Jeremy Jeckles Hates Freckles, Hairs On Bears, Poils Poils Et Repoils, Malcolm the Klutz, Malcolm and the Hamster Lady, No Go Potty, Miriam Webber Stopped Being Clever, Katie's Pictures, The Listener On The Grate, Mrs. Woods' Bread, The Adventures Of Toby Trotter, Once When I Wasn't Looking, and many others. She is also an accomplished poet. She received her Bachelor of Arts and Education at Memorial University of Newfoundland. Her books have been on the American Bookseller's Pick of the Lists, reviewed in School Library Journal, N.Y., received the Merit Magazine Studio Award, and the Alcuin Society Design Award. They are also in schools and libraries all over the world, as well as the trade market. A former columnist and classroom teacher, she excels in all genres of writing, from evocative and humorous picture books, to realistic, wacky middle grade, to exciting fiction and novels for young adults and adults. She sets her teeth into her paranormal novels and stories, utilizing her home province's tantalizing hold on the realm of the supernatural. She is daily immersed in inspiration for this genre, residing in the City Of Legends, with its juicy 500-year-old history, the oldest city in North America: St. John's, Newfoundland, Canada.