Eric Robert Walters is a Canadian author of young adult fiction and picture books. As of 31 January 2014, Eric Walters has written 92 books.
|Born:||03, 1957, Toronto, Ontario|
|Other names:||Eric Walters|
|Known for:||The Rule Of Three, Shattered, Bifocal|
About Eric Walters
Children and young adult author who has published over 80 works in his career, winning more than 100 awards in Canada and the United States.
He began his professional career as a grade school teacher. In 1993, while teaching a 5th grade class, he published a novel tailored to his class to encourage further reading. This novel, Stand Your Ground, began his writing career.
In 2013, he received the Children's Africana Book Award for his novel The Matatu. He was presented the award at a ceremony at the Smithsonian museum in Washington, D.C.
He was born and raised in Toronto, Canada. He has three children.
He and Dav Pilkey are both known for their acclaimed work for children.
Information related to Eric Walters
- Canadian writers of young adult literature
- Canadian science fiction writers
- Canadian male novelists