Who is Sarah Rose?
Sarah Rose is an author and cast member of the television program Girls Who Like Boys Who Like Boys. She was born in 1977 in Chicago and lives in New York. She attended Harvard College and the University of Chicago. She was a grant winner from the New York Foundation For the Art. She was also awarded the North American Travel Journalists Association Grand Prize in Writing.
Her first book, For All the Tea in China, was published in 2009 in England. and in 2010 in the United States. in England her book was published by Hutchison. In the United States, her book was published by Viking. It tells the story of Robert Fortune, the nineteenth-century Scottish botanist who, in stealing tea plants and seeds from Qing China, committed "the greatest act of industrial espionage in history." Guy Raz, of National Public Radio's All Things Considered, called it "a wonderful combination of scholarship and storytelling", and the Associated Press said it was "a story that should appeal to readers who want to be transported on a historic journey laced with suspense, science, and adventure".
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on July 23, 2013
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