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5.5 X 8.4 X 0.9 inches | 0.8 pounds
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About the Author
Jill Baguchinsky was the only kid in town who used to dress up as a Ghostbuster for Halloween. Jill lives in Florida, where she spends too much time on the Internet, sneaks off to Disney World whenever possible, and serves as secretary to her grumpy muses. Her first book, Spookygirl: Paranormal Investigator, won the 2011 Amazon Breakthrough Novel Award for Young Adult Fiction.

"Mammoth is one of the best contemporaries of the year. It's unique, entertaining, awesome, but most importantly: it's a representative light to the world of YA fiction."

Kaya Lynch, blogger, A Fictional Bookworm

Mammoth is infused with danger, deceit, and romance...With its focus on STEM and self-acceptance, Mammoth will resonate." Catherine Thureson, Foreword Reviews

"This book brings me back to my teenage years, when I fell in love with paleontology. A fun story told with unapologetic verve, Mammoth reminds us that science must be open to anyone who has the passion and ambition to learn new things about the world. Natalie's enthusiasm and drive to follow her dreams are a great example for young people considering a career in science." -Steve Brusatte, paleontologist at University of Edinburgh and bestselling author of The Rise and Fall of the Dinosaurs

"Nerds and fashionistas alike can rejoice: Natalie is the unapologetically awesome heroine we've all been waiting for! Fresh and fun, this story is a love letter to paleontology, a great example of women in STEM, and a victory for anyone who's ever wanted to change what they see in the mirror. I can't say it enough: this book is a must-read!" -Sarah Glenn Marsh, author of the Reign of the Fallen series

"Put simply, this book was exactly what I needed, it's light, but it doesn't make light of things. It's a happy story but it recognises the difficulties the characters face. It made me smile, it made me tear up, it was just...lovely." -Judith Moore, blogger

"There is much to love here: a sweet romance, a determined portrayal of women in STEM fields, an encouraging tale of self-acceptance. Teens with ambition of their own will enjoy watching Natalie blossom." -Maggie Reagan, Booklist Advanced Review