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Biography (from her website): Kelly is an author, teacher, and mom. She has written several short stories for grown-ups, and thirteen high-interest nonfiction books for children. Prior to her life as a writer, she worked as a waitress, a teacher, a secretary, a park ranger, an activist, a janitor, a coffee barrista, and a phone book delivery girl. The sum of these experiences has prepared her for exactly nothing - aside from building stories, which she has been doing happily for the last few years. She lives in Minneapolis, Minnesota, with her three brilliant children, architect husband, and emotionally-unstable dog.

Barnhill, Kelly  
Iron Hearted Violet
Signed by the author on the title page. Ages 8 and up. Princess Violet is plain, reckless, and possibly too clever for her own good. She and her friend Demetrius find a forbidden book in a hidden room, telling the story of the Nybbas, an evil being imprisoned in their world. The story can't really be true - but then the whispers start. Violet and Demetrius, along with an ancient dragon, may hold the key to the Nybbas' triumph - or its demise. After all, stories make their own rules.

Awards:
♦  Finalist for the 2012 Andre Norton Award for Young Adult Science Fiction and Fantasy

 
Novel, 425 pages, Trade Paperback, Reprint of 2012 HC  
Little, Brown - 2014 - ISBN: 0316056758 / 9780316056755  
Book Condition: New.  
Already Received   ID: #New023969 $7.00
Barnhill, Kelly  
Iron Hearted Violet
Signed by the author on the title page. Ages 8 and up. Princess Violet is plain, reckless, and possibly too clever for her own good. She and her friend Demetrius find a forbidden book in a hidden room, telling the story of the Nybbas, an evil being imprisoned in their world. The story can't really be true - but then the whispers start. Violet and Demetrius, along with an ancient dragon, may hold the key to the Nybbas' triumph - or its demise. After all, stories make their own rules.

Awards:
♦  Finalist for the 2012 Andre Norton Award for Young Adult Science Fiction and Fantasy

 
Novel, 424 pages, Hardcover, 1st Edition  
Little, Brown - 2012 - ISBN: 0316056731 / 9780316056731  
Book Condition: New. Jacket Condition: New.  
Already Received   ID: #New019357 $16.99
Barnhill, Kelly  
The Mostly True Story of Jack
Signed by the author on the title page. Ages 8 and up. When Jack is sent to Hazelwood, Iowa, to live with his eccentric aunt and uncle, he expects a summer of boredom. But the people of Hazelwood have been waiting for him for a long time. He makes friends. The town bully beats him up. And the richest man in town begins to plot Jack's imminent demise. It's up to Jack to figure out why - but to do that, he'll have to believe that magic is real, and has something to do with him.

Recommended by Elizabeth: Strange events in a down-to-earth Midwestern setting, with young protagonists I would love to meet.  
Novel, 319 pages, Trade Paperback, Reprint of 2011 HC  
Little, Brown - 2012 - ISBN: 0316056723 / 9780316056724  
Book Condition: New.  
Already Received   ID: #New019354 $6.99
Barnhill, Kelly  
The Witch's Boy
Signed by the author on the title page. Ages 10 and up. When Ned and his brother tumble into a bewitched river, only Ned survives. The villagers think the wrong boy lived. Ned grows up weak and slow, but when a Bandit King comes to steal the magic, it's Ned who safeguards it and summons the strength to protect his family and community. The Bandit King's resourceful and pragmatic daughter Aine is haunted by her mother's last words to her: The wrong boy will save your life and you will save his. When their paths cross, can Aine and Ned trust each other long enough to stop the war about to boil over?

Awards:
♦  Finalist for the 27th Annual Minnesota Book Award for Young People's Literature

 
Novel, 372 pages, Hardcover, 1st Edition  
Algonquin - 2014 - ISBN: 161620351X / 9781616203511  
Book Condition: New. Jacket Condition: New.  
Already Received   ID: #New029155 $16.95
VanderMeer, Ann & Jeff (editors)  
Sisters of the Revolution
Twenty-nine tales of feminist speculative fiction, ranging from the 1970s to the present day.
    Contents
  • Introduction
  • The Forbidden Words of Margaret A. == L. Timmel Duchamp
  • My Flannel Knickers == Leonora Carrington
  • The Mothers of Shark Island == Kit Reed
  • The Palm Tree Bandit == Nnedi Okorafor
  • The Grammarian's Five Daughters == Eleanor Arnason
  • And Salome Danced == Kelley Eskridge
  • The Perfect Married Woman == Angélica Gorodischer
  • The Glass Bottle Trick == Nalo Hopkinson
  • Their Mother's Tears: The Fourth Letter == Leena Krohn
  • The Screwfly Solution == James Tiptree Jr.
  • Seven Losses of na Re == Rose Lemberg
  • The Evening and the Morning and the Night == Octavia E. Butler
  • The Sleep of Plants == Anne Richter
  • The Men Who Live in Trees == Kelly Barnhill
  • Tales from the Breast == Hiromi Goto
  • The Fall River Axe Murders == Angela Carter
  • Love and Sex Among the Invertebrates == Pat Murphy
  • When It Changed == Joanna Russ
  • The Woman Who Thought She Was A Planet == Vandana Singh
  • Gestella == Susan Palwick
  • Boys == Carol Emshwiller
  • Stable Strategies for Middle Management == Eileen Gunn
  • Northern Chess == Tanith Lee
  • Aunts == Karin Tidbeck
  • Sur == Ursula K. Le Guin
  • Fears == Pamela Sargent
  • Detours on the Way to Nothing == Rachel Swirsky
  • Thirteen Ways of Looking at Space/Time == Catherynne M. Valente
  • Home by the Sea == Élisabeth Vonarburg
 
Anthology, 341 pages, Trade Paperback, 1st Edition  
PM Press - 2015 - ISBN: 1629630357 / 9781629630359  
Book Condition: New.  
Already Received   ID: #New030026 $15.95


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