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Angel and Apostle

by Deborah Noyes

Echoes of Hawthorne abound in vivid scenes and authentic language in this masterfully re-imagined tale, not a retelling but an alternative telling that sweeps one along beyond the point Hawthorne chose to stop and embroiders new characters on the fabric of time. A captivating achievement that teases recollection and delights fancy. --Susan Vreeland, author of Girl in Hyacinth Blue.

The Ghosts of Kerfol

by Deborah Noyes

Over the centuries, the inhabitants of author Edith Wharton's fictional mansion, Kerfol, are haunted by the ghosts of dead dogs, fractured relationships, and the taste of bitter revenge.

Gothic!: Ten Original Dark Tales

by Deborah Noyes

Drawing on dark fantasy as well as horror and wild humor, ten contemporary authors pay homage to the gothic tale in original stories of the supernatural and the surreal. A lovesick count and the ghost of his brutalized servant . . . a serial killer who defies death . . . a house with a violent mind of its own and another that holds within its peeling walls a grotesque secret. Here are witches who feast on faces, changeling rites of passage, a venerable vampire contemplating his end, and a fanged brat who drains the patience of a bumbling teenage boy. Here too are a flamboyant young novelist in search of a subject more compelling than his own eerie existence, and the daughter of a sorcerer fighting to free her lover -- and her will -- from sinister bonds. Enter the world of GOTHIC!, a celebration of the literary form made famous by such writers as Mary Shelley and Edgar Allan Poe. With scary stories by: Joan Aiken M. T. Anderson Neil Gaiman Caitlín R. Kiernan Gregory Maguire Garth Nix Celia Rees Janni Lee Simner Vivian Vande Velde Barry Yourgrau

One Kingdom: Our Lives with Animals

by Deborah Noyes

Noyes embarks on a quest for understanding--struggling with science and love--attempting to distance, but also bring closer, the "other" kingdom. What results is a visionary meditation on how myth, history, and culture have influenced our view of animals and shaped our lives with them.

Prudence and Moxie

by Deborah Noyes Annalaura Cantone

Two very different friends come to a special understanding of their relationship. Prudence and Moxie are like apples and oranges, up and down, sweet and sour. But despite differences, they're still best friends. See, there isn't much that Moxie won't do-especially when dared. Dare her to kissy-face smoosh against the shark tank? Done. Consecutive twists on an upside-down amusement park ride? Hardly a challenge. How about a fast, fast turbo-cart ride all the way down High Horse Hill? No problem! It's enough to drive quiet, sensible Prudence crazy. Especially when Moxie balks at the one thing that's very important to Prudence . s. s. Can Moxie learn to try something that makes her feel anything but brave? Triple dog dare you to find out!

The Restless Dead: Ten Original Stories of the Supernatural

by Deborah Noyes

From a beyond-the-grave stalker to prankster devil worshippers, from a childish ghost of the future to a vampire lover with bloody ties to the past, the characters in these ten original stories will send shivers down your spine.

Sideshow: Ten Original Tales of Freaks, Illusionists, and Other Matters Odd and Magical

by Deborah Noyes

The bearded girl by Aimee Bender; Those psychics on TV by Vivian Vande Velde; The year of the rat by Danica Novgorodoff; The mummy's daughter by Annette Curtis Klause; When God came to Kathleen's garden by David Almond; The shadow troupe by Shawn Cheng; Cat calls by Cynthia Leitich Smith; The bread box by Cecil Castellucci; Living curiosities by Margo Lanagan; and Jargo! by Matt Phelan.

When I Met the Wolf Girls

by Deborah Noyes

Two little girls-raised by wolves-have just arrived at the orphanage, and life will never be the same. Based on a true story, this book is about many things at once: family, friendship, and what it means to have a home.

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