visión de conjunto:Críticas A charming and sophisticated take on handling grief with a mystical twist ending that is sure to engage teens nostalgic for the magic of reading Harry Potter or Tuck Everlasting for the first time. -- Kirkus Reviews Praise for The Lost & Found: A rich romantic story about two thoughtful teenagers on a quest for meaning. -- Publishers Weekly A beautiful exploration of loss...Quirky endearing and believable characters propel a narrative that pulls readers in with every mile of the road trip. An emotional journey that's well worth the ride. -- School Library Journal Characters readers can believe in and care about. -- Kirkus Reviews THE LOST AND FOUND has so many of the things I love-friendship romance roadtrips lots of breakfast sandwiches and even a little bit of magic. Leno balances humor and sadness beautifully and the relationships all feel warm and true. -- Michelle Falkoff author of Playlist for the Dead and Pushing Perfect The characters and the road trip alone are a winning combination. The premise is where the magic happens. -- Adi Alsaid author of Let's Get Lost and Never Always Sometimes Praise for The Half Life of Molly Pierce: Introduces a fierce new presence. -- Publishers Weekly (starred review) A fascinating debut ... something original indeed. Readers will absolutely need to know the end of this unique inward-facing mystery. -- Booklist A fast-moving thriller...relentless. -- Kirkus Reviews The race to uncover Molly's truth will keep readers turning pages. -- School Library Journal 5 out of 5 bright beautiful stars. -- TeenReads.com A moving expertly wrought story that will keep surprising you past the last page. -- Bennett Madison author of September Girls A smart seductive page-turner deeply felt and full of surprises. -- Madeleine George author of The Difference Between You and Me Reseña del editor A soaring novel by the critically acclaimed author of The Half Life of Molly Pierce and The Lost & Found perfect for fans of Jennifer Niven and Rainbow Rowell. Lottie Reaves is not a risk taker. But she's about to take a leap into the unknown...When Lottie's beloved Aunt Helen dies of cancer it upends her careful quiet life. Aunt Helen wasn't a typical aunt. She was the world-famous author of the bestselling Alvin Hatter series. She knew a thing or two about the magic of writing and how words have the power to make you see things differently. In her will Aunt Helen leaves Lottie a series of letters-each containing mysterious instructions. As Lottie sets about following them she realizes they're meant to make her take a risk and for once in her life really live. But when the letters reveal an extraordinary secret about her aunt's past-and the inspiration for the Alvin Hatter series-Lottie finds herself faced with an impossible choice one that will force her to confront her greatest fears once and for all. Part mysterious adventure part love letter to the power of books this is a brilliantly woven novel about loving reading writing grieving and finding the strength to take a leap. Biografía del autor Katrina Leno grew up in Connecticut and spent her childhood summers by the shore in Massachusetts where The Half Life of Molly Pierce takes place. Katrina was first published at the age of sixteen in the Connecticut Review and now holds an MFA in creative writing. This is her first novel.