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  • J. Laura Childs, Edgewood High School English Teacher
    Laura Childs received her Bachelor of Science in English and Secondary Education from Towson University in 2006 and a Master of Arts in Humanities in 2010. Ms. Childs has been with Edgewood High School since she began her teaching career. She facilitates the Faculty Committee and, as the Junior Class Advisor, organizes the Prom. Ms. Childs also works with the Literacy Magazine and coaches both Poetry Slams and Speech and Debate. In 2011, Ms. Childs and her students were awarded a United Way Youth Champion Grant for their work with the Khaled Hosseini Foundation building shelters in Afghanistan.

    Laura became a published novelist in 2001 with the novel Death by Darjeeling. Below is a list of Laura Childs’ books in order of when they were first released:

  • Laura Childs's immediate neighbors in , are 36 individuals in 12 households.

    From Laura Childs, bestselling author of the Tea Shop Mysteries, comes Carmela Bertrand -- a New Orleans shop owner who can turn any scrapbook into a treasure and put together the pieces of an unsolved murder...With Halloween barely a week away, ...

    Title: Tragic Magic
    Author(s): Laura Childs
    ISBN: 1-4084-7738-6 / 978-1-4084-7738-0 (UK edition)
    Publisher: Chivers
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  • Title: Death by Darjeeling (Tea Shop Mysteries Book 1)
    Author(s): Laura Childs
    Publisher: Berkley
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    Laura became a published novelist in 2001 with the novel Death by Darjeeling. Below is a list of Laura Childs’ books in order of when they were first released:

Laura Childs: Death Swatch #6 Scrapbook Mysteries

It was like eating popcorn, I couldn't stop at just the anthology. I had to read each and every book in the series. Once I did that, I knew I couldn't wait for the next Scrapbook Mystery to be written. I decided to begin reading her Tea Shop Mysteries. Although, I've only been in our local teashop a couple of times, I thought I'd give these novels a try. Of course, how could I not love these books, too? They are also filled with delightful characters, set in another great city, Charleston, S.C. and have many more dessert recipes in them. As I was thinking it couldn't get any better, Laura Childs' began another murder mystery series featuring, get this, a restaurant! Needless, to say, there are even more great characters and tons of edible treats.