Cynthia Levinson was in high school when Audrey Faye Hendricks marched to jail, and she knows she would not have been as brave as Audrey. But when Cynthia met Audrey forty-five years later, she knew she had to write a book about her for young readers. She spent more than three years interviewing marchers and researching the events. Her book <i>We’ve Got a Job: The 1963 Birmingham Children’s March</i> tells the story for older readers. Cynthia has also written about social justice in <i>Watch Out for Flying Kids: How Two Circuses, Two Countries, and Nine Kids Confront Conflict and Build Community. </i>She and her husband divide their time between Austin, Texas, and Boston, Massachusetts.