Jenny Han is a well-known American author best known for her captivating young adult and children’s fiction. Her work is recognized worldwide for its relatable characters and captivating storytelling. She has penned many bestselling series, including The Summer I Turned Pretty trilogy and To All the Boys. Han is a prolific writer with an impressive reader base and an equally impressive social media following.
Han was born on 3 September 1980 in Richmond, Virginia, United States. She is a Virgo and stands at an approximate height of 5 feet 4 inches. Han’s parents are of Korean origin, and she has a younger sister who works in a functioning federal government.
She completed her high school education at Maggie L. Walker Governor’s School before pursuing her bachelor’s degree at University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill. Later, she went to The New School to get her Master of Fine Arts in creative writing.
Throughout her career, Han has worked with several authors, including Suzanne Collins, Kiera Cass, Ransom Riggs, and Holly Smale. In addition to these collaborations, Han has written a number of standalone novels. She is most famous for her series The Summer I Turned Pretty and Shug.
When it comes to her personal life, Han is a private person and has not shared anything about her relationship status with the media. She is currently single and has no children. However, she has mentioned in her interviews that she has dated writers like Soman Chainani.