About The Authors

Zoe Stern

Zoe Stern has worked at a summer camp for nine years, presented workshops, offered community programming, and worked as a nanny. Zoe and Evan appeared on the Emmy-nominated Nick News special “Divorce: Caught in the Middle.” Zoe has three other published book titles: Questions Kids Wish They Could Ask Their Parents, Protect This Girl: Words of Inspiration from Girl to Girl and Protect This Girl’s Journal. Zoe currently lives in Chicago, where she works as a Child Life Specialist at a children’s hospital. Contact Zoe at her Divorce Is Not The End of the World Facebook group. 

Evan Stern

Evan Stern has worked with kids as a camp counselor, religious school teacher, and community leader. His writing has been published in the American Jewish World, Dan’s Papers, and other publications. Evan has studied sustainability at SUNY-Southampton and film at the University of Minnesota. His favorite children’s book is The Wonderful Story of Henry Sugar and Six More by Roald Dahl. Contact Evan at evan.a.stern@gmail.com.

Ellen Sue Stern

Ellen Sue Stern is the founder of Expecting Change Workshops, President of Stern Literary Enterprises, a Celebrity Ambassador for the National MS Society, and the author of twenty books, translated into fourteen languages, including Expecting Change, The Indispensable Woman, Living with Loss, Running on Empty, Words of Inspiration for People with MS, The Relationship Toolkit, and Yawn: Bedtime Reading for Insomniacs. Thousands of people have attended her workshops and seminars. She has made guest appearances on Oprah, Montel Williams, Lifetime TV, and other national and international media. Her writing has been featured in Self, Woman’s Day, Marie Claire, Sports Illustrated, WebMd, Match.com, and CNN.com. You can contact the Stern family at www.ellensuestern.com.