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For Young Readers by Lindsey & Paige Oliver

‘Mirrormask’ — a fantasy that engages

    It is rare these days to find a picture book that is accessible to all ages.  Even rarer is a book with unique art and unique story that engages readers.  “Mirrormask,” the brain child of author Neil Gaiman and illustrator Dave McKean, does all this and more.              “Mirrormask” is a unique fantasy book that does not feel like fantasy.  Despite the fact that much of the story takes place in an alternate world, the perspective of the main character, Helena, gives the story a surprisingly normal feeling that even people who dislike fantasy can identify with.

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