As Jennifer Lambe's childhood travels took her to forty of the fifty
states, she developed a “natural curiosity about things.” Her love of
reading grew as she worked at the local library during high school and college.
While she worked toward her bachelor's in elementary education, she discovered
her “calling”—technical and creative writing.
Her first book, Kudzu Chaos, was inspired by a real
plant. The U.S. Department of Agriculture planted thousands of kudzu seedlings
along roads and hillsides to prevent erosion, and the kudzu, originally
introduced as a decorative plant, grew at one foot per day at times. In Kudzu
Chaos, the residents of Red Mud Flats must figure out what to do when
the chaotic kudzu overtakes the town. They then learn how to turn a vine
considered a curse into a celebrated crop.
Jennifer Lambe is a freelance technical writer and belongs to the mid-South
chapter of the Society of Children's Book Writers and Illustrators and the
Middle Tennessee chapter of the Society of Technical Communications. She
currently resides in Nashville with her husband, Tim, and daughter, Sydney.
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