About the books:
Melanie Crowder, author of Parched In Parched, a haunting, lyrical novel told from three perspectives, Sarel has just witnessed the murder of her parents. But she is not completely alone on the drought-ridden land. Nandi is the leader of a pack of dogs who looks out for her pups and for Sarel-girl. Nandi knows they are in trouble, and she knows, too, that a boy is coming—an escaped prisoner with the water song inside him.
Laura Resau, author of What the moon saw Clara has never met her father's parents. When she stays with them, she's stunned by their life: they live in shacks in southern Mexico. The village holds other surprises, too—like the spirit waterfall, which is heard but never seen. And Pedro, a goatherder who wants to help Clara find the waterfall. What the moon saw is an enchanting story of discovering yourself in unexpected places.
Jenny Goebel, author of Grave Images In Grave Images, Bernie's family runs a monument company, and her backyard is littered with tombstones. When her father hires a new artist, Mr. Stein, to engrave headstones, she snoops around his cottage and finds a portrait of their neighbor—who dies the next day. Bernie realizes that Mr. Stein is engraving headstones before people die, which forces Bernie to ask: Is Mr. Stein predicting the deaths—or causing them?
Jeannie Mobley, author of Katerina’s Wish In Katerina’s Wish, Katerina’s family came to America to buy their own farm. But a year later, Papa is still working in the dangerous coal mine. Then Katerina is reminded of the carp that granted three wishes in an old folktale. When her younger sisters hear the story, they immediately make wishes. Trina doesn’t believe in such silliness—but what is she to think when her sisters’ wishes come true?
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