Lewis Carroll, a.k.a. Charles Dodgson (1832-1898), is the author of the classic children's stories Alice's Adventures in Wonderland and Through the Looking Glass. Dodgson served as a clergyman and mathematician at Christ Church College, his alma mater in Oxford, England, for almost fifty years.
Brooke Jorden earned a BA in English and editing from Brigham
Young University. The author of If It Fits, I Sits: The Ultimate
Cat Quotebook, I Dig Bathtime, and the Lit for Little Hands
series, Brooke is also the managing editor at Familius. Brooke, her
husband, their three children, and their cat live in Cedar Hills,
David Miles makes books for a living. He also reads books, writes books, sells books, shelves books, thinks about books, drives to books, sleeps to books, and cooks from books, but he doesn't eat books (which is fortunate). He is the author of Book and has illustrated multiple series including the Slide-N-Seek novelty books and the Let's Count regional board books. David graduated from Brigham Young University with a BS in business management. He and his wife and son live in California where they enjoy lots of tacos, donuts, and, well . . . books.