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Renee Hand: Using Fun Fiction to Teach Kids Science

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Renee Hand writes because it is a passion in her heart. She is a homeschool parent and likes to create books that educate and inspire the children of today.

Born in Michigan and still lives there with her husband and two children. She has a degree in Zoology with a minor in Chemistry.

Renee is the author of the amazing mystery series known as the Crypto-Capers Series that encourages children to read by incorporating several topics of interest. The reader participates into the story by solving cryptograms and puzzles to solve the case. She’s also the author of the Joe-Joe Nut and Biscuit Bill Series, which focuses on animal detectives. This series is a great way to teach children about animals in a fun and interesting way that captures the reader's attention and yet fills them with knowledge they will be learning about in school. All books are great to use in a classroom setting to supplement various topics or to just enjoy.

Renee is an award-winning author, receiving awards such as a Best Book Award, a National Literary Award and a Preferred Choice award for her children's series and adult books. She has recently won a Seal of Excellence award in Storytelling for her Joe-Joe Nut and Biscuit Bill Series. 

Visit www.reneeahand.com 

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