Revenge of the Evil Librarian

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Product Details

Price
$8.99  $8.27
Publisher
Candlewick Press (MA)
Publish Date
Pages
288
Dimensions
5.4 X 8.5 X 0.9 inches | 0.6 pounds
Language
English
Type
Paperback
EAN/UPC
9780763697396

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About the Author

Michelle Knudsen is the author of Evil Librarian as well as the Trelian middle-grade fantasy series and several picture books, including the best-selling Library Lion, illustrated by Kevin Hawkes. Michelle Knudsen lives in Brooklyn.

Reviews

Take one part humor, add an equal part horror, and spice with teenage drama (musical and romantical) for a (slightly grim) laugh...Campy, from the setting to the humor to the horror, and all the better for it.
--Kirkus Reviews

Returning readers will love hearing from Cyn again, who narrates her story with aplomb and keeps readers laughing despite the hellfire and danger around every corner. A pleasing and excellently evil mix of regular theater kids with highly irregular death.
--Booklist Online

The humor, horror, and drama of the previous book are all here, and the while the conclusion is mostly happy, signs point to yet another trip to Hell for Cyn, so readers can look forward to more demonic mayhem.
--Bulletin of the Center for Children's Books

Knudsen brilliantly combines just the right amount of witty, dark humor with truly heart-pounding horror to keep the reader racing to turn the page. Fans of both humor and horror will find a great match with this book and will likely be pulling for a third installment.
--VOYA

That the good guys will win and Cyn and Ryan will work it out is never really in question, but the novel nevertheless builds to a satisfying conclu- sion with just enough loose ends to make readers eager for what awaits Cyn in her senior year.
--The Horn Book

Cyn's realistic, slightly snarky, narration and non-stop action will carry readers through a roller-coaster storyline full of humor and horror. And then there is that agreement between Cyn and the demoness to pull readers into the next book.
--Literacy Daily