"Put in the hands of your aspiring scientists and readers with insatiable curiosity."— School Library Journal, starred review
Nelson's latest addition to her series of food-focused first-crush titles contains mouthwatering descriptions along with recipes at the end of the book... Age-appropriate romance with a focus on baking."—Kirkus
"Snyder crafts a bittersweet, boundlessly imaginative story that emphasizes the bright and dark sides of life. "—Publishers Weekly
I've got a wonderful new deal to share today—a non-fiction picture book that captivated me from the very first moment I read it. WHAT MISS MITCHELL SAW is the exquisitely written account of Maria Mitchell, the first professional female astronomer, who grew up on Cape Cod and made her name by a very important nighttime discovery.
WHAT MISS MITCHELL SAW has been enthusiastically acquired by Andrea Welch at Beach Lane Books, who has also signed on the incredibly talented Diana Sudyka to illustrate.
You'll have to wait a little longer to get your hands on this beauty, as pub date isn't till spring 2019. But ... you know it's gonna be so very worth it!
Huge congrats, Hayley!