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About the Author
Dan Haring is a visual effects and animation artist, who has worked on films such as Tangled, The Lion King 3D, Incredible Hulk and Rio 2. He is currently helping create new worlds in virtual reality at Strange Reptile. He loves comic books, especially Batman. He lives in Utah with his awesome wife and kids.
MarcyKate Connolly is a New York Times bestselling children's book author and nonprofit administrator who lives in New England with her family and a grumble of short-nosed dogs. She is the author of the Shadow Weaver series and the Hollow Dolls series, and co-author of The Star Shepherd. You can visit her online at marcykate.com.
"A story about friendship, family and finding your way in the world--this book truly shines!" -- Jen Calonita, author of the Fairytale Reform School series
"Haring and Connolly have crafted an inviting fantasy that combines the epic feel of a creation myth with plenty of monsters to fight and monumental wrongs to right... this handsome volume is adorned with plenty of spot art and striking, full-page illustrations and is likely to draw in younger middle-grade readers as well as tween fantasy lovers." -- Shelf Awareness
"A wonderous celestial fable" -- Kirkus Reviews
"Uplifting and inviting from beginning to end, The Star Shepherd is a fantasy that's focused on kindness, courage, and constellations of possibilities." -- ForeWord
"An engaging entrée into fantasy, helped along by striking black-and-white illustrations and a satisfactory ending." -- Publishers Weekly
"Readers will relish this fantasy with high suspense and clever plot twists. Loyalty, friendship, parent/child relationships, good vs. evil, and quests are all addressed." -- School Library Connection
"A story that lives somewhere between fairy tale and epic fantasy...will work for younger readers making their first forays into fantasy" -- Booklist
"A pleasant steampunk-esque fantasy that should do well in larger collections." -- School Library Journal