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The Crossing (Daughters of the Sea Book 4): Q&A with Author Kathryn Lasky, Book Excerpt, and Giveaway

This week on the blog, I’m very lucky to have the award winning author Kathryn Lasky. Her latest book, The Crossing, is the final book in her Daughters of the Sea series, and it comes out on April 28th. This … Continue reading

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Book Giveaway! (oh yeah, and my review): The Escape by Kathryn Lasky

Horses of Dawn Book 1: The Escape by Kathryn Lasky   Are you ready for another giveaway? This time the lucky winner will receive an Advance Reading Copy of The Escape by Kathryn Lasky (author of the¬†Guardians of Ga’Hoole¬†series). This … Continue reading

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3 Questions for Kathryn Lasky, Author of The Escape (Horses of the Dawn Book 1)

It’s a brand new year and we have a brand new book from the bestselling and award-winning author, Kathryn Lasky. Horses of the Dawn: The Escape by Kathryn Lasky Here’s the synopsis from publisher: The horses are in danger. They … Continue reading

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YA Book Review: The Extra by Kathryn Lasky

An engaging main character combined with detailed research and an incredible premise make this book by seasoned author Kathryn Lasky a stirring read. The book is about a teenaged girl named Lilo, whose family is taken prisoner by the Nazis … Continue reading

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3 Questions for Kathryn Lasky, Author of The Extra

I’m very excited to have Kathryn Lasky on my blog today! Kathryn Lasky is a prolific author, having written everything from fiction to nonfiction for people of all ages. She has won numerous awards and has even had a book … Continue reading

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Hannah by Kathryn Lasky

Hannah by Kathryn Lasky A fantasy/historical fiction novel about a poor orphan girl in late 19th century New England who discovers within herself a strange longing and need for the ocean. The novel was inspired by a painting at the … Continue reading

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