Publishers Weekly has announced the Best Books of 2011, and I’m thrilled that Ellen Booraem‘s Small Persons With Wings made the cut!
Call them Parvi Pennati, call them Small Persons with Wings, just don’t call them fairies. Booraem’s middle-grade novel, in which an outcast girl comes into her own, is frequently sad, but those moments are perfectly balanced with humor and hope. The result is a deeply believable and human story—one that also has room for vainglorious fairies, talking mannequins, and other wonders.
Congrats to Ellen, and may many more accolades come your way!
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Yay! Congrats Ellen!
Congrats, Ellen! That's fantastic!
Thanks, Kate, Matt and Josie!