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Dia Calhoun

Biography

Dia Calhoun

Calhoun is a co-founder of readergirlz—an online book community for teen girls, which received the prestigious Innovations in Reading Prize from the National Book Foundation, and the James Patterson Page-turner Award.

In addition to writing, Calhoun designs logos and lettering for such companies as Alaska Airlines, Random House, Houghton Mifflin, The New York Times Magazine, and The Seattle Opera.  

Calhoun lives in Tacoma, Washington, with her husband, two cats, and two ghost cats.

Dia Calhoun

Books by Dia Calhoun

by Dia Calhoun - Youth Fiction

When Eckhart Lyon arrives at Sunrise Orchard, all he wants to do is play video games and read about King Arthur’s knights. Anything that helps him forget that his parents drowned in a river, forget his own cowardliness. Then, up in the canyon, he meets Eva—a girl with a wild imagination and boundless hope who knows all about King Arthur’s knights. With her help, Eckhart sees that he is on a knightly quest of his own: a quest for home and courage.