Matthew Tobin Anderson, known as M.T. Anderson , is an American writer of children’s books that range from picture books to young adult novels. He won the National Book Award for Young People’s Literature in 2006 for The Pox Party, the first of two “Octavian Nothing” books, which are historical novels set in Revolution-era Boston. Anderson is known for using wit and sarcasm in his stories, as well as advocating that young adults are capable of mature comprehension.
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