Steven Kroll wrote his first story at the age of thirteen. He is now the author of many children's picture books, including "Patches Lost and Found", "Oh, Tucker!", "The Biggest Pumpkin Ever", and" Space Cats". He is also the author of "John Quincy Adams: Letters from a Southern Planter's Son" from Winslow Press's Dear Mr. President series. He and his wife, Kathleen Beckett, divide their time between New York City and Bucks County, Pennsylvania where he has written many of his books.
The ancient Romans used the word barbarian to describe people who were coarse, rude, or even just foreign. Over time the word has also come to connote bloodthirsty cruelty. But were the Goths, the Huns, the Vikings, and the Mongols as barbaric as we?ve be... SEE MORE