“Wiley has created a charming, inventive tale that reads like a delightful mash-up of Little House on the Prairie and Tony DiTerlizzi’s ‘The Spiderwick Chronicles’ (S & S). Short chapters and the air of mystery and suspense keep the pages turning, and readers will be taken with Louisa, who is sweet and mild-mannered, yet has the strength to fight for what is right. The writing is breezy and lyrical…[a] top-notch story.”
SDCC 2010: The Rick Riordan Panel
July Reading List
Ancient Greece: An Incomplete & Rather Hasty Bonny Glen Roundup
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Cybils Winners Announced!