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From the Author of The Pearl Hunter

Happy Release Week to #throughacloudedmirror

Harper Collins

📫From the author of Pearl Hunter comes another amazing adventure.

I loved The Pearl Hunter and was excited to see a new novel appear. Seeing the mirror on the cover, I understood that this was going to be a portal adventure, but it's alright because this author creates unique and fantastic journeys with out-of-the-box themes. This time, it was a contest of poetry in ancient Japan with Asian-inspired culture, even yokai. An Alice/Oz kind of story.

I love the character's love for lists, I too love lists. They bring order and calm to my world. The main character goes through her own journey to understand the truth and where she belongs, and in the process, she unmasks evil.

"Yuki Snow wishes she were anywhere but here.

She hates Santa Dolores, where her mom and stepdad just moved the family. Her BFF back home, Julio, has already forgotten his promise to stay in touch—and worse, he like likes Yuki’s mortal enemy. At her new school, the kids think she’s either invisible or a know-it-all nerd.

The only friend she’s made so far is the shopkeeper at a Japanese antiques store. Among the treasures there is an ancient brass mirror supposedly once owned by celebrated Japanese writer Sei Shonagon. It’s also rumored to be a portal to Shonagon’s world, which opens every hundred years. So when a woman with long jet-black hair and flowing silk robes appears in the glass, beckoning, Yuki knows there’s only one thing to do—step through to the unknown…."

🍁#redbirddanced Releases June 4th

"With lyrical verse and powerful emotion, Dawn Quigley (Ojibwe) tells the story of urban Native kids who find strength in connection with those who came before and in the hope that lets them take flight. This first middle grade novel by Dawn Quigley is a tour de force. She is known for her American Indian Youth Literature Award–winning Jo Jo Makoons chapter book series and young adult novel Apple in the Middle.

Give Red Bird Danced to readers who

love Jasmine Warga and Christine Day!"

@theshelfstuff thank you for the copies. Read T. C.Mirror on #netgalley will review Red B. Soon.

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