Robin Moore has made his full-time living as an author and storyteller for more than 30 years. He has told stories to more than one
million people and has presented more than 5,000 storytelling programs at schools, libraries, conferences, festivals, on radio and television. He was named National Storyteller of the Year and Author of the Year by the PA School Librarians Association. He has written more than a dozen award-winning books published by HarperCollins, Random House and Simon & Schuster.
Robin is owner of Groundhog Press, an independent publishing house which produces books and recordings Celebrating the Oral Traditions. Robin holds a Bachelor's Degree in Journalism from The Pennsylvania State University and a Master's Degree in Oral Traditions from The Graduate Institute. He serves on the faculty of TGI's Oral Traditions and Writing Program in Bethany, CT.
Robin grew up in the mountains of Central Pennsylvania, where his Scots –Irish ancestors lived for more than 200 years. He served as a combat soldier in Vietnam and worked as a newspaper reporter and magazine editor before becoming a full-time children's book author and traveling storyteller.