Goblins? Where's the proof?
Poppy Malone wasn't the kind of girl who saw goblins. That was what made the whole thing so strange. If it had been anyone else in her family—her parents or Will or Franny or even Rolly, who was only five—it would have made much more sense.
But they didn't go into the attic on that hot June afternoon, and Poppy did. And that made all the difference.
“A satisfying tale for skeptical tweens, who will eagerly await Poppy’s further adventures.”
“Plenty of dramaon- and off-stagewill keep readers in their seats.”
“Two worlds collide in this jaunty and easily digestible story of magic and domestic mayhem.”
Praise for The Juliet Club: “As frothy as the foam on a cup of cappuccino, this is a perfect summer read for girls with a touch of romance in their hearts.”
Praise for The Secret Life of Sparrow Delaney: “An unexpectedly poignant meditation on loss in a quick-moving plot about ghosts and the spiritual mediums who communicate with them.”