Pamela Kramer has been a voracious reader since the age of five and has reviewed hundreds of books. She has been rescuing animals for over 30 years. Pam was the National Book Reviewer for Examiner.com. She has interviewed award-winning and bestselling authors including Katherine Applegate, Claire Cook, Michael Grant and Peter Abrahams (Spencer Quinn). She is a teacher and a former attorney.
Pam also wrote a rescue column for Examiner which called for shelter reform and highlighted animals urgently in need of rescue. Before that she had written a local Pet of the Week column for over nine years, and 90% of the animals featured were adopted. She has adopted from many local rescues and three of her four cats were literally rescued from the street outside her house. She has fostered too many kittens and dogs to count, rescued (and kept) a rabbit, four rats, two feral kitties (who are now 11 years old), and much more. In her household right now are four dogs, two cats, a bird and two African clawed frogs. She is not shopping for more animals, although she does foster whenever possible. Pam has even traveled to China to bring back two dogs her daughter rescued there. One dog, Chloe, lives with her.
Pam reads at least four books a week (while teaching, cleaning dog/cat/bird messes, and gardening). She was also a contributor to Huffington Post.
“Pam Kramer is one of my favorite book reviewers and animal people, and I’m so grateful for the boost her reviews have given to my career.”—Claire Cook, New York Times bestselling author of Must Love Dogs