Of Two Minds: The Minds Series, Book One

Of Two Minds: The Minds Series, Book One


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"Changing the world was impossible. Creating another one was worse. And escape was out. She was trapped." A collaboration between acclaimed writers Carol Matas and Perry Nodelman, this roller coaster of an adventure is filled with twists and turns, excitement and fun. It is an extraordinary creative fantasy about empowerment that compels readers not to take everything at face value.
"A spellbinding fantasy...proof positive that two heads are better than one." -SLJ Best Books of the Year
"Strong...a solid fantasy about thinking for oneself, thinking other people's thoughts, and the power of the imagination." -Kirkus Reviews
"Original, unpredictable...a kaleidoscope of character, cultures, and events that offers both entertainment and enrichment." -School Library Journal, starred review

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9780991901241
Publisher: Carol Matas
Publication date: 10/04/2017
Pages: 194
Sales rank: 788,824
Product dimensions: 5.50(w) x 8.50(h) x 0.41(d)

About the Author

Carol Matas is the author of over 45 books for children and young adults. Her books have been translated and published in countries all over the world, including Russia, Japan, Germany and Denmark and have received over 100 nominations and awards. She has written two series with her friend and co-writer Perry Nodelman, The Minds series, and The Ghosthunter series. For more about Carol please visit her website at www.carolmatas.com.
Perry Nodelman is author of four novels for young people, including Not a Nickel to Spare: the Great Depression Diary of Sally Cohen in the Dear Canada series; and in collaboration with Carol Matas, two fantasy series for young people, the four Minds novels and the three books in the Ghosthunter series. He has also written three books about children's literature, most recently The Hidden Adult: Defining Children's Literature (John Hopkins University Press) and is the 2015 recipient of the International Brothers Grimm Award for research into children's literature.

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