Guest: A Changeling Tale (Paperback)

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Guest: A Changeling Tale (Paperback)


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From the master of spookiness, Mary Downing Hahn. When malicious sprites called the Kinde Folke snatch Mollie's baby brother and replace him with a hideous changeling, Mollie travels through eerie, perilous lands to save him.

When her adorable baby brother is replaced by an ugly, ill-tempered changeling, Mollie is determined to find the so-called Kinde Folke who took baby Thomas, return the changeling she calls Guest, and make them give Thomas back. Natural and magical obstacles and her own reckless temperament make her journey arduous and full of dangers, and a plot rich in surprises and twists makes this book a must-read for Mary Downing Hahn's fans.

Mary Downing Hahn is one of the most popular middle grade authors in the world, winner of numerous state awards as well as the Scott O'Dell Award for Historical Fiction (for Stepping on the Cracks) and the Mystery Writers of America Edgar Award (for Closed for the Season).

Mary Downing Hahn’s many acclaimed novels include such beloved ghost stories as Wait Till Helen Comes, Deep and Dark and Dangerous, and Took. A former librarian, she has received more than fifty child-voted state awards for her work. She lives in Columbia, Maryland, with a cat named Nixi.

Product Details ISBN: 9780358346319
ISBN-10: 0358346312
Publisher: Clarion Books
Publication Date: April 14th, 2020
Pages: 240
Language: English

“[From] Hahn, that master of middle-grade horror…. a fast-paced, suspenseful, surprising tale of evil fairies and family loyalty…. A fun and creepy read.” — Kirkus Reviews

"Hahn... dreams up a delightfully chilling tale of magic and mythology, exploring themes of love, friendship, chosen family, and overcoming one's deepest fears." — Booklist

 "[A] hero worthy of folk- and fairy tales. The story’s twists and turns...provide ample opportunity for old legends to mingle with very human concerns about family, growing up, and bravery." — Horn Book Magazine