"Quigley adeptly creates strong classroom scenes that convey an inclusive student body’s realistic dynamic and an endearing, assured seven-year-old protagonist who appreciates her cultural identity." - PW, starred review
"Braden sensitively demonstrates how isolating it can be to live with people who, despite good intentions, force their children to fulfill expectations that run counter to their own senses of self. . . . All the characters find ways to encourage each other, be less alone, and connect.”—Booklist, starred review
Ooh, look how ethereal and mischievous!
This is the fourth Nathaniel Fludd book by R. L. LaFevers, which will be out in April 2011 from Houghton. Kelly Murphy has outdone herself! Two Nate books are on shelves so far; the book that precedes this one will debut in October: