A New York Times bestselling author and award-winning poet with a PhD in literature and creative writing, Marisa de los Santos lives in Wilmington, Delaware, with her family. Marisa de los Santos has published three New York Times bestselling novels for adults, including Love Walked In and Belong to Me, while David Teague is the author of the picture book Franklin's Big Dreams. Together, they are the authors of Saving Lucas Biggs and Connect the Stars. Married for over twenty years, Marisa and David live with their two children, Charles and Annabel, and their Yorkies, Finn and Huxley, in Wilmington, Delaware.
"de los Santos and Teague again make big philosophical questions approachable and meaningful, creating a poignant novel that grapples with the variety of struggles people face and the beauty of embracing life and friendship anyway." -- Bulletin of the Center for Children's Books Praise for CONNECT THE STARS: A "funny and profound novel." -- Booklist Praise for CONNECT THE STARS: "A satisfying read that strikes a good balance between emotional highs and page-turning adventure." -- Kirkus Reviews Praise for SAVING LUCAS BIGGS: "This book is hard to put down! Vivid and memorable, SAVING LUCAS BIGGS casts a captivating spell that will keep you turning pages. A heartfelt yarn of family, friendship, and homespun time-travel magic." -- Ingrid Law, NEW YORK TIMES bestselling author of SAVVY Praise for SAVING LUCAS BIGGS: "A riveting time-travel adventure. Strong storytelling, suspense, lyrical writing, high drama, weighty matters made accessible and a bit of humor add up to a terrific and heartwarming read." -- Kirkus Reviews (starred review) Praise for SAVING LUCAS BIGGS: "The authors weave a tale of justice and family bonds with threads of historical fiction accented with the fantastical physics of time travel." -- School Library Journal (starred review) Praise for SAVING LUCAS BIGGS: "De los Santos and Teague craft a gentle, quiet sci-fi story where the focus is...love, nonviolence, and social justice. Give this one to readers who like stories about family, doing the right thing, and standing up to those who don't." -- Booklist Praise for SAVING LUCAS BIGGS: "The authors' graceful use of language and fearless exploration of a more spiritual dimension simultaneously comfort and challenge readers, encouraging deep thoughts. This novel makes a good companion for armchair time travelers and budding philosophers alike." -- Bulletin of the Center for Children's Books