About Pamela Hartley
Pamela Hartley began writing at the age of 5 constructing her first book from cardboard and crayons. Although Pamela’s first literary masterpiece never made the NY Times Best Seller List, her love for captivating stories continued into her 30+ years as an educator. In addition to the award-winning, The Final Rue of Naveena Bleu, she’s authored two nonfiction books, Dough For It (recipes for slime, gook, and glop), and The Dirty Thirty: 30 Science Experiments to Try in the Tub.
Pamela is a recipient of the Presidential Award for Excellence in Mathematics and Science Teaching which afforded her a visit to the White House to meet the First Lady, Laura Bush, and to scratch the First Dog, Barney!
When Pamela isn’t writing or reading (Harry Potter and The Hobbit of course), she’s eating cookies (pass the sugar ones with icing and sprinkles), walking, playing with her babies, and traveling (tickets to Disneyland or Universal please).