The Carousel by Liz Rosenberg

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“The carousel horses sleep all winter and wake in the spring,” two sisters remember their mother saying. Then one gray-skied February twilight, as they make their way home from school, the girls hear strange whinnying noises coming from the carousel. Could it be that the horses are moving . . . clopping their hooves . . . alive? “Rosenberg’s atmospheric tale is greatly enhanced by LaMarche’s singularly luminous artwork; mist all but lingers on the pages, and his superb use of light and shadow underscores the element of magic threading through the story.”--Publishers Weekly
 

About Liz Rosenberg

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Author Liz Rosenberg has published award-winning books for young readers, as well as three prize-winning books of poems. No Bio
 
Published September 1, 1995 by Putnam Pub Group. 32 pages
Genres: Science Fiction & Fantasy, Children's Books, Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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Two sisters must tame a group of carousel horses that have magically come to life. In a starred review, PW said, Rosenberg's atmospheric tale is greatly enhanced by LaMarche's singularly luminous ar

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Publishers Weekly

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Two sisters must tame a group of carousel horses that have magically come to life. In a starred review, PW said, Rosenberg's atmospheric tale is greatly enhanced by LaMarche's singularly luminous ar

Sep 14 1998 | Read Full Review of The Carousel

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