Sun and Moon, Ice and Snow by Jessica Day George

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Blessed-or cursed-with an ability to understand animals, the Lass (as she's known to her family) has always been an oddball. And when an isbjorn (polar bear) seeks her out, and promises that her family will become rich if only the Lass will accompany him to his castle, she doesn't hesitate. But the bear is not what he seems, nor is his castle, which is made of ice and inhabited by a silent staff of servants. Only a grueling journey on the backs of the four winds will reveal the truth: the bear is really a prince who's been enchanted by a troll queen, and the Lass must come up with a way to free him before he's forced to marry a troll princess.

About Jessica Day George

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JESSICA DAY GEORGE is the author of Tuesdays at the Castle as well as the Dragon Slippers and Twelve Dancing Princesses series. Originally from Idaho, she studied at Brigham Young University. She lives with her husband and their three young children in Salt Lake City, Utah.
Published February 1, 2011 by Bloomsbury USA Childrens. 340 pages
Genres: Science Fiction & Fantasy, Young Adult, Children's Books, Literature & Fiction, Nature & Wildlife, Romance. Fiction

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With spirit, energy and a puckish sense of humor, George weaves the “East o’ the Sun and West o’ the Moon” tale into a novel-length saga.

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Monogamy, happily ever after yuda blah...They want to claim their sub genre and disassociate from others, and in doing so harm the entire genre, although probably unintentionally."I write romance, but not that porn crap.""I write romance but no silly vampires.""I write romance, but not those goof...

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The details of her family life (a social climbing mother, interfering sisters, and a quiet elder brother who once saw visions and dreamed nightmares) will endear her to teens who feel at odds in their own families and dream of adventure.

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