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Under Shifting Glass

By Nicky Singer

5 1/2 x 7 1/4 in; 320 pp;
Guided Reading Level: Z Ages 12 and up
Hardcover
February 2013
ISBN 9781452109213
ISBN10 1452109214

SKU# 9781452109213

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Jess has a secret: a mysterious glass flask she finds in an heirloom desk’s hidden
compartment. Its surface swirls with iridescent colors, like something’s inside,
something almost like a song, something with a soul. No one else sees anything
under the shifting glass, but Jess is convinced there must be some kind of magic
in there. And when her twin brothers are born critically ill, Jess begins to believe
that the force within the flask just might hold the key to saving her brothers—and
her family. In this emotionally rich novel, award-winning author Nicky Singer crafts
a world of possibility that is steeped in hope and the power of love.
Under Shifting Glass


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Under Shifting Glass

Jess has a secret: a mysterious glass flask she finds in an heirloom desk’s hidden compartment. Its surface swirls with iridescent colors, like something’s inside, something almost like a song, something with a soul. No one else sees anything under the shifting glass, but Jess is convinced there must be some kind of magic in there. And when her twin brothers are born critically ill, Jess begins to believe that the force within the flask just might hold the key to saving her brothers—and her family. In this emotionally rich novel, award-winning author Nicky Singer crafts a world of possibility that is steeped in hope and the power of love.

 

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5 1/2 x 7 1/4 in; 320 pp;
Guided Reading Level: Z Ages 12 and up
Hardcover
February 2013
ISBN 9781452109213
ISBN10 1452109214
Nicky Singer is the acclaimed author of six books for children including Feather Boy, which won the Blue Peter award in the U.K. She was co-founder and co-director of Performing Arts Labs, a charity dedicated to training new writers for theater, screen, and opera. She lives with her family in Brighton, England.

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“ A depth of emotional intelligence. . . . A nourishing and uplifting story, with big themes and a big heart.”
—The Guardian

“ Absolutely beautiful, full of the wild, passionate, rollercoaster of emotions experienced in a coming of age . . . . Deeply affecting. . . . Gorgeous. . . highly recommended.”
—The Bookbag
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