Teri Roche Drobnick is a writer and creator. Her debut picture book MOVING DAY has been acquired by Margaret Ferguson Books at Holiday House!
Teri's background as a Clinical Social Worker influences many of her subjects and storylines. Her manuscripts vary from immigration, dementia and loss, LGBTQ topics to lighter sing aloud concept books. Her children's picture books were initially inspired by her TEEsox™ rag doll creations. Teri fell in love with the process of story-telling and the wonderful community of people in children's literature. She is motivated by the possibility of inspiring compassion and acceptance in the next generation. Teri participates in two children's literature critique groups, SCBWI, has attended numerous writing conferences, and is actively building her platform on social media.
Teri is represented by Stephen Fraser of The Jennifer De Chiari Literary Agency (email@example.com).
You can check out her TEEsox rag doll website here:
Teri lives in Petaluma, CA with her husband and her best friend, Hobie, the dog. When she's not writing or sewing, you can find Teri rowing on the Petaluma River with her teammates.