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Archives - October 2010

Interview: Cynthia Lord, author of Touch Blue

Oct 10, 2010

October 2010

Cynthia Lord follows up her Newbery Honor-winning debut, RULES, with TOUCH BLUE, in which 11-year-old Tess Brooks and a foster kid named Aaron try to save her island’s schoolhouse --- and the only home Tess has ever known.

Interview: Paula Morris, author of Ruined

Oct 10, 2010

October 2010

Writing for a YA audience for the first time, native New Zealander Paula Morris brings the mystery and excitement of one of America’s oldest cities to life in her novel, RUINED, which follows a lonely teen named Rebecca through the streets of New Orleans as she gets shunned by almost everyone --- except for a ghost and a gorgeous guy named Anton.

Interview: Marilee Brothers, author of Moon Spun: Book Three of Unbidden Magic

Oct 10, 2010

October 2010

The fantastical Marilee Brothers is back with MOON SPUN, the third installment of her Unbidden Magic series, which follows Star Seeker (and newly-pronounced faery princess) Allie Emerson as she tries to navigate the relentless horrors of high school and save Boundless, the magical realm of faeries, from a threat that’s even more menacing than the vindictive Trimarks.

Interview: Jennifer Donnelly, author of Revolution

Oct 10, 2010

October 2010

Jennifer Donnelly is wowing critics once more with REVOLUTION, her second novel for young adults, which follows the stories of two teens who were born in two separate countries nearly two centuries apart, and weaves them into one unforgettable account of life, loss and enduring love.