Ellen Fischer

Children's Book Author

Ellen Levey Fischer was born in St. Louis, Missouri. She graduated from Washington University with a BS in Speech and Hearing and a teaching degree for K-12. Her twenty years of teaching unfolds like a patchwork quilt. For many years she taught hearing impaired and special need children in Missouri and North Carolina. When she and her family moved to Greensboro, North Carolina she continued teaching. For several years she served as the ESL teacher for the Russian students whose families were immigrating to Greensboro. When Ellen’s not writing for children, she loves spending time with her family and especially her grandchildren. Publications Where are All the Fireflies?, Fun For Kidz, May/June 2012 The Count’s Hanukkah Countdown, Kar-Ben/Shalom Sesame, 2012 Grover and Big Bird’s Passover Celebration, Kar-Ben/Shalom Sesame, 2013 It’s a Mitzvah, Grover!, Kar-Ben/Shalom Sesame, 2013 I’m Sorry, Grover, Kar-Ben/Shalom Sesame, 2013 If an Armadillo Went to a Restaurant, Scarletta Press, July 1, 2014 Latke, the Lucky Dog, Kar-Ben, August, 2014 If An Elephant Went to School, Scarletta, Mighty Media, Aug, 2015 Shalom Everybodeee! Grover’s Adventures in Israel, Kar-Ben/Shalom Sesame, Feb, 2016 Blog Posts: American Library Association Huffington Post (regular blogger for education) The Children’s Book Council, Inc. Featured Author for Jan/ Feb 2016 issue of Knowledge Quest Podcast Matthew Winner, The Busy Librarian, Dec. 4th, 2015

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