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Welcome! Orange you glad you're here?!

This is a little information about--you guessed it!--me.

I spent most of my first eighteen years on a farm outside the small town of Victoria, Kansas (population: 1,208). My roles included gathering the eggs when the city cousins visited and wanted to engage in novelty farm-like activities, chasing pigs back to their respective pens when they tried to make a break for it (I did this once while wearing my eighth grade cheerleading uniform—don’t ask), and swindling my younger sister and brother out of their money.

I graduated from Kansas State University with a B.S. in Elementary Education and married my high school sweetheart, Ron Sauer. We did not return to Victoria, causing the town’s population to plummet to 1,206. Ron and I have a daughter, Julia, and a son, Mason.

I loved being a teacher and library media specialist, but I am currently a full-time picture book author. I have visited hundreds of schools and spoken at various conferences across the nation. I even gave presentations at Disney World! Woo-woo!

Writing is one of my absolute favorite things to do, but I also love to read, ski, spend time with my family and friends, go to movies, and eat out as often as possible. What is more, I am hopelessly addicted to checking my e-mail.

My family and I live in Edmond, Oklahoma, with one dog, two geckos, and a tank full of random fish.

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Tammi Sauer, a former teacher and library media specialist, is a full-time children's book author. She has 30 picture books with more on the way. In addition to winning awards and earning starred reviews, Tammi's books have gone on to do great things. Chicken Dance, Your Alien, and Nugget & Fang were made into musicals that toured the nation. Wordy Birdy was named a Kids’ Indie Next List book, the 2021 Book Choice for Read Across Oklahoma, and a Bank Street College Best Book of the Year. And Your Alien, an NPR Best Book of the Year, was released in Italian, Spanish, Korean, Chinese, and French which makes her feel extra fancy.