Jennifer Grant is the author of five books for adults, including Love You More: The Divine Surprise of Adopting My Daughter. She also writes for children. Her picture book Maybe God Is Like That Too won a gold medal from the Moonbeam Spirit Awards for excellence in children's literature and was named a finalist in the Foreword Indies awards.
She has written for publications including Woman's Day, Chicago Parent, Patheos, and her.meneutics. For more than a decade, she wrote features, restaurant profiles, and general interest columns for Sun-Times Media newspapers. She also was a health and family columnist for the Chicago Tribune.
Grant is a promiscuous reader who (usually) finishes what she starts, and is just as likely to be found reading Dinosaur Bob as Kate Chopin. She received her master's degree in English literature with concentrations in fiction writing and critical theory from Southern Methodist University in Dallas.
She lives in the Chicago area. Twitter (@jennifercgrant).
Steve Laube is her literary agent.
Maybe I Can Love My Neighbor Too
In this follow-up to the award-winning Maybe God Is Like That Too, a young girl wonders how to be a good neighbor to the dozens of people in her apartment building, the people on the street, and the other kids at the park. With help from her mama, the girl discovers that all it takes is a little kindness and creativity to show love to neighbors near and far.