Eight short stories and a novella from Newbery Medalist Barnhill feature reality-bending fantasy and rich universal themes. The title story demonstrates the power -- known and unknown -- of the imagination. In "Mrs. Sorensen and the Sasquatch," a recent widow rekindles a long-dormant and unsuitable love. And award-winning novella The Unlicensed Magician introduces the secret life of an invisible girl once left for dead.
About the Author
Kelly Barnhill lives in Minnesota with her husband and three children. She is the author of four novels, most recently The Girl Who Drank the Moon, winner of the 2017 John Newbery Medal. She is also the winner of the World Fantasy Award and the Parents' Choice Gold Award, and has been a finalist for the Minnesota Book Award, the NCTE Charlotte Huck Award, the SFWA Andre Norton Award, and the PEN/USA literary prize. Visit her online at kellybarnhill.wordpress.com or on Twitter: @kellybarnhill.