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By Bedard, Michael
A darkly fantastic middle-grade mystery with the ominous atmosphere loved by fans of Jonathan Auxier and Jonathan Stroud * Publisher *
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A young girl in Amherst, Massachusetts, wonders about the reclusive woman wholives across the street in a yellow house surrounded by a tall hedge. One dayher mother goes there to play piano, and the girl comes face to face with oneof the country's greatest poets--Emily Dickinson.
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Spending the summer with her antiques store-owner aunt, who has recently suffered a heart attack, Ophelia lends assistance in her once fiercely independent aunt's neglected home and store before discovering long-buried family secrets.
By Bedard, Michael; Illustrated by Cooney, Barbara
In a yellow house in Massachusetts, lives a woman who hasn't ventured out in 20 years. The young girl across the street knows her reclusive friend as the American poet Emily Dickinson. Cooney's detailed oil paintings enhance Bedard's moving portrait of Dickinson's extraordinary p...rivate world.Read more
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