Natalie Standiford

Natalie Standiford is the author of How to Say Goodbye in Robot and Confessions of the Sullivan SistersThe Secret Tree, a middle grade novel, will be published in May. She lives in New York.


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All in the Family

The Meloys leave their young readers with a similar message: Here are the keys to the world. Drive with care....

All in the Family
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