Gayle Rosengren

Gayle Rosengren grew up in Chicago. She enjoyed school, was a voracious reader, and loved dogs and horses. She attended Knox College, where she majored in creative writing and was the editor of the literary magazine. Now Gayle writes full-time just outside of Madison, Wisconsin, where she lives with her husband, Don, and their slightly neurotic rescue dog, Fiona.

  • Cold War on Maplewood Street

    By Gayle Rosengren

    Read by Amy Rubinate

    Cold War anxieties play out in a sensitively told story during the Cuban missile crisis in the 1960s

    Listeners will be unable to turn away from this superb performance of a gripping glimpse into the day-to-day life of a girl coming-of-age during a national crisis. - Booklist (audio review)

    Released Tue Aug 04 00:00:00 UTC 2015
    English, Unabridged

  • What the Moon Said

    By Gayle Rosengren

    Read by Laural Merlington

    A city family turned farmers during the Great Depression, are trying to stay positive in hard times

    "Laural Merlington performs this lovely, heartrending story of love, superstition, and determination to persevere in the face of bad luck and difficult days. The audiobook is perfect for preteen listeners, and adults will be charmed as well." - AudioFIle

    Released Tue Aug 11 00:00:00 UTC 2015
    English, Unabridged