Cynthia Levinson writes nonfiction for young readers. Her debut middle-grade book, We’ve Got a Job: The 1963 Birmingham Children’s March, won numerous awards, including the Jane Addams Book Award and the IRA Young Adult Nonfiction Award. Her forthcoming book Watch Out for Flying Kids addresses multicultural issues in Israel and the United States through two children’s circuses. In addition, she is writing a biography of Hillary Rodham Clinton. Her short nonfiction pieces have been published in Cobblestone, Faces, and other magazines. She lives in Austin and Boston.

Articles by Cynthia

Gloria and Rosa 
Make Beautiful Music

Gloria and Rosa use their love of music to make a change in their school district—together.