Nancy Krulik writes books for children because she thinks kids are way more interesting than grown-ups, and she wants them to love reading as much as she does. She also wants kids to laugh loud and hard, which is why her books are usually funny. Nancy's ideas come from some of the strangest places--the idea for Katie Kazoo's switcheroos came from a dream she had about a girl who turned into a hamster! George Brown's magical super burps are based on her son Ian's uncanny ability to burp the alphabet!
Nancy's husband, composer Daniel Burwasser, has had his musical compositions played all over the world including New York City, Russia, and South Korea.
Nancy's daughter, Amanda, writes the Project Droid books with Nancy. Amanda is also a preschool teacher in California.
Nancy's son, Ian, creates all of Nancy's book trailers and is a classically trained musician.
Nancy's dog, Josie doesn't write or compose, but she is endlessly entertaining. Josie was the inspiration for Sparky of the Magic Bone Series.