Catalogue Number: 77D-W6L7
- Author: Margaret Stohl,Kami Garcia
- Format: Paperback
- Published: 18 October 2011
- Publisher: Penguin Books Ltd
- ISBN: 9780141335261
- Total Pages: 528
- Genre: Fantasy & magical realism (Children's Teenage)
Kami Garcia is a superstitious American southerner who can make biscuits by hand and pies from scratch! She attended George Washington University and is a teacher and reading specialist. She lives in Los Angeles, California with her family. Margaret Stohl has written and designed many successful video games, which is why her two beagles are named Zelda and Kirby. She has degrees from Yale and Stanford Universities in the US and has also studied in the prestigious creative writing department at UEA, Norwich. She lives in Santa Monica, California with her family.back to top
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