Virginia Zimmerman

Virginia Zimmerman writes novels for young readers and teaches literature at Bucknell University to somewhat older readers. She loves chocolate, cheese, swimming in the Mediterranean Sea, reading aloud to her children, and getting lost in a good book. She hopes readers young and old will get lost in her books.

Find Virginia on her website, or follow her on Twitter @VZauthor.


  • Children's
    Pink: A Women’s March Story
    Virginia Zimmerman



Pink: A Women’s March Story
"A timely nod to female empowerment that knits together generations of girls and women and raises a hat to activists everywhere."


"Depictions of the variously inclusive crowd, protest signs, and a sea of pink hats combine with Lina’s observations to re-create the event in this intergenerational story of female empowerment."

Publishers Weekly

"Highly recommended for collections serving youth for its demonstrations of feminism, equity, and exploration of gender norms."

School Library Journal

"A charming picture book that combines themes of intergenerational wisdom, feminism, and knitting."


"Beyond the lessons of perseverance and personal growth, readers will learn about taking a stand for one’s beliefs and that we all have a role to play in our democracy. Pink A Women’s March Story provides common language, makes a complex issue understandable, and is accessible for readers."

Margin Notes