Kersti Niebruegge graduated from the University of Wisconsin–Madison with a degree in journalism and has worked for "Late Night with Seth Meyers," "Conan," and BBC Worldwide. She is the author of three humorous novels: MISTAKE, WISCONSIN (2014 YA), THE ZONDERLING (2015 Fiction), and THAT SUMMER WE STOLE OUR PERMANENT RECORDS (2019 Middle-grade).
Deep in Wisconsin’s eccentric Northwoods, a high school sophomore realizes she must take on a corrupt politician if she wants to save her town’s beloved holiday—musky fishing Opening Day. An entertaining satire of small-town crime for YA readers ages 14 and up.
A young Midwestern woman moves into The Zonderling, a cheap, old-fashioned residential hotel that has been home to the fair young ladies of New York City (no men allowed!) since 1905. Filled with zany characters and madcap energy, this comedy about life in modern Manhattan will leave you laughing.
Neighborhood friends steal their permanent records, discover a legendary map, and embark on a treasure hunt to save their school from closing in 1993. A hilarious tale about friends, school, and adventure for young readers ages 10 and up.