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Selected Works

Nonfiction
“Natalie Bober’s Thomas Jefferson is a gift to us all She makes him present, alive, and accessible: a man of intellect,feeling, grief, purpose, and great imagination.”
--Ken Burns, Documentarian
“This well researched biography provides an intimate portrait of a unique individual while also reflecting the tenor and times of the 18th century.”
--Starred, School Library Journal
“In a stunning biography that brings a legend alive, Bober uses interviews, letters, and Frost’s own poetry to depict the conditions and the events that gave rise to his restless spirit. A passionate book does justice to an American giant.”
--Language Arts
“This book demonstrates how history should be written. Award-winning author Bober’s account is a gift to young readers – a history book too good to put down…. Bober’s reputation for writing readable history with appeal for young readers shines with this book."
--VOYA
Poetry Anthology
Poems to spark the imagination of a young child

Countdown to Independence: A Revolution of Ideas in England and Her American Colonies: 1760-1776

“Natalie Bober has provided what is probably the most thorough and intellectually sophisticated narrative that any (YA) book on the revolution has ever attempted…. Bravo. I salute its distillation of scholarship. Sense of drama, eye for character, and memorable quotations.”
--Professor Joseph Ellis, Pulitzer Prize winner, Founding Brothers


“Historian Bober clearly and gracefully examines the exciting pre-revolutionary period in Georgian England and its thirteen North American colonies. With rapid fire style and syntax, she builds appropriate suspense, rendering the events and players vividly and moving the story along quickly. The large cast of characters is shown with all its faults as well as strengths... sketched in fine detail…. Stimulating, lively, and informative."
--Starred, Kirkus Reviews