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By day, W.H. Beck is an elementary school librarian, but late at night (or early in the mornings or in between kids' sports practices), she writes and writes. Malcolm at Midnight, her first novel, is a funny mystery that features a secret society of classroom pets, the disappearance of an iguana named Aggy, and a small rat trying his hardest to be a critter of valor.
Under her name Rebecca Hogue Wojahn, she has written a number of nonfiction works, including the Follow That Food Chain animal series and Dr. Kate: Angel on Snowshoes, a biography of Kate Pelham Newcomb, a pioneering woman doctor in northern Wisconsin.
Beck received her undergraduate degree from the University of Wisconsin-Madison and her master's degree from the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee. She lives in northwestern Wisconsin with her husband, two sons, and a sneaky but lovable dog named Clem.
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