Anne Dublin is the daughter of Holocaust survivors and was born in a displaced persons camp in Salzburg, Austria. Her family came to Canada when she was very young. She grew up in Toronto and was an elementary school teacher and librarian for over 25 years. She taught in Nairobi, Kingston, Winnipeg, and Toronto.
Anne has won or been nominated for numerous awards, including the Canadian Jewish Literary Award (Youth) for her last two historical novels: 44 Hours or Strike! and A Cage Without Bars, as well as the IODE Violet Downey Award and the Canadian Jewish Book Award for Bobbie Rosenfedl: The Olympian Who Could Do Everything.
Anne enjoys swimming, singing in her synagogue choir, playing alto recorder, and getting together with friends and family. Anne lives in Toronto.
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