Award-winning Mollee Kruger is a prolific author who
is still surprising her readers with her gentle wit and insight into Jewish and American life.
Kruger was born in Bel Air, Maryland. She published her first poem when she was twelve and wrote a column about teenage life for the local paper. While still in high school, she won a Senior Scholastic magazine award for her poetry.
Kruger graduated from the University of Maryland with a bachelor's degree in English. Although trained as a teacher, she became a copywriter at a Baltimore advertising agency. Her poems and articles have appeared in The Washington Post, Modern Maturity, Writers Digest, the Woman's Home Companion, and other major publications. Kruger has written poetry, pulpit dramas, educational scripts, newspaper columns, memoirs, novels, and essays.
Kruger has two sons, two daughters-in-law, and two grandchildren. They are her biggest fans!