The Secret of Sabrina Fludde by Pauline Fisk

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Abren is washed ashore along the Welsh river Sabrina Fludde, inexplicably alone. Who is she? Where did she come from and where is her family? As Abren seeks answers to the unknowns in her life, she encounters several other characters, mysterious in their own right. The thread that weaves their stories together is the mystical river and it is the same river that, in the end, will link Abren to her past. Expertly grounded in place and character, legend comes to life in this first of a three-book arc.

About Pauline Fisk

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Pauline Fisk is the author of many wonderful books for children, including The Secret of Sabrina Fludde. Midnight Blue was her stunning debut novel and is only now available in the US. Her hobbies are walking, thinking, being by the sea, reading, enjoying her family, and music. Pauline lives in Shropshire, England, near the hills where Midnight Blue is set.
Published May 3, 2002 by Bloomsbury USA Children's Books. 250 pages
Genres: Science Fiction & Fantasy, Children's Books, Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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The first installment of a planned trilogy, Fisk's (Midnight Blue) labyrinthine tale centers on the ethereal and mysterious Abren, introduced as her body floats slowly down a river to the town of Pengwern.

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