Sarah Grace Tuttle is a children’s author and poet. Growing up, they wrote poems at recess, loved watching red-winged blackbirds at a local city park, and read every book they could find. Their love of science and nature has fueled their writing since middle school.
Sarah holds bachelor’s degrees in Environmental Studies and English from the University of New England, and an M.F.A. in Writing for Children from Simmons College. Hidden City: Poems of Urban Wildlife, their debut poetry collection, won the 2019 SCBWI Lee Bennett Hopkins Poetry Award and was included in the 2018 Best Books for Kids list by the New York Public Library.
Sarah lives in Massachusetts with their partner and a big garden. Their pronouns are they/she. They are particularly fond of dewdrops on spiderwebs, iced peppermint tea, and human rights.
Sarah, reading with their Papa.