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Thirteens

Thirteens

Hardcover

$17.99
Thirteens

About the Book

Neil Gaiman's Coraline meets Stranger Things in a dark and twisted story about a sleepy town with a dark secret--and the three kids brave enough to uncover it.

Product Details

On sale: August 18, 2020
Age: 8-12 years
Grade: Grades 3-7
Page count: 240 Pages
ISBN: 9780593117026
Reading level: Lexile: 680L

Author Bio

Kate Alice Marshall started writing before she could hold a pen properly, and never stopped. She lives in the Pacific Northwest with a chaotic menagerie of pets and family members, and ventures out in the summer to kayak and camp along Puget Sound. She is the author of the YA novels I Am Still Alive and Rules for Vanishing. Thirteens is her middle grade debut. Visit her online at katemarshallbooks.com and follow her on Twitter @kmarshallarts.

Praise

Raves for Thirteens:

“Readers beware! This book is a trap: once you start reading,you will not be able to stop. Thirteens is a deliciously creepystay-up-all-night adventure that will shiver throughyou like a cold October wind. I loved every page!”—Jonathan Auxier, New York Times bestselling author of The Night Gardener and Sweep

“Creepy, mysterious, and a whole lot of fun. Thirteens kept me up well past my bedtime. I can’t wait to see what happens next!”—Cassie Beasley, New York Times bestselling author of Circus Mirandus

“A sensational, spooky tale. Thirteens has all the creepyelements that I adore: a town with a wicked history,lovable characters, great writing, plenty of scares, and mystery layered upon mystery. Sign me up for the next book!”—J. A. White, author of Nightbooks

"'Wrong' in the right kind of way."—Kirkus Reviews

"Eerie, atmospheric...will keep readers up at night."—Publishers Weekly

"
Marshall stokes the eerie vibes of her fantasy-imbued mystery right off the bat."—Booklist

"An enthralling mystery."—School Library Journal