Olivia Cohen

Olivia Cohen


Olivia Cohen lives in Florida and was born in 1999.

•    Olivia's favorite subjects in school are writing and reading.

•    She says, "I love almost every book I have ever read."

•    Olivia is a member of the Chess Club and Scrabble Club.

•    In his spare time, Olivia writes, plays softball, goes horseback riding, and fundraises for the not-for-profit organization she runs with her friends.

"I love to interview people and learn about their lives. I want the reader to want to read my work and be interested in the topic. The coolest part for me is that the assignments may vary from a book review to having an interview with a famous person!"

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    Butterfly Meadow #1: Dazzle's First Day (Enriched EBK)

    Butterfly Meadow #1: Dazzle's First Day (Enriched EBK)

    by Olivia Moss

    Dazzle is a shy young butterfly who just emerged from her cozy cocoon. She's alone in the world and unsure of how to use her wings or even where she came from.

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