Edie in Between

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$18.99  $17.66
Viking Books for Young Readers
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5.76 X 8.55 X 1.31 inches | 1.1 pounds

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About the Author

Laura Sibson worked for years as a career counselor for undergraduates before getting her MFA from the Vermont College of Fine Arts. When she's not writing, counseling, or drinking impossibly strong coffee, you can find her running miles around her home in Philadelphia, walking her dog, or ingesting pop culture (along with great takeout) with her family.


Praise for Edie in Between

"This sweet, yet empowering YA novel is a lovely homage to family heritage and collective memory."--BuzzFeed

"An engaging offering with a light paranormal touch."--Kirkus Reviews

"With atmospheric writing, two lush romances and a painfully nuanced depiction of grief, Laura Sibson's Edie in Between is the Practical Magic-esque coming of age story that every witchlover needs in their lives!"--The Nerd Daily

Raves for The Art of Breaking Things

"The next time you think you know all about the school slut, the druggie, the vandal--think again. People are more complex than their reputations, and nowhere is that more apparent than in Laura Sibson's powerful novel about female empowerment."
--Leila Sales, author of This Song Will Save Your Life

"The Art of Breaking Things is a precious and daring work; an ode to the healing powers of the creative spirit. Skye breaks your heart just before she mends it back together. From the beginning, readers will believe in Skye because of how deeply and empathetically Sibson depicts Skye's artistic vision and genuine, searching soul."
--Cordelia Jensen, author of Skyscraping and The Way the Light Bends

"This book is a battle cry for the silent, scared, and shattered places inside us. Unflinching and lionhearted, this powerful novel is going to change lives and heal hearts."
--Heather Demetrios, author of Bad Romance

"Sibson has created a flawed and likable narrator who attempts to work through cause and effect, shame and secrecy, avoidance and obligation. With layered nuance, the novel brings to light the impact of sexual assault and the importance of consent.... Triumphant."--Kirkus Reviews

"Perfect for fans of Laurie Halse Anderson."--Booklist