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Annette Curtis Klause is the ALA Award-winning author of Alien Secrets and AudioFile Earphones Award winner Blood and Chocolate. In this unique fantasy tale set in 1899, teenaged Abel Dandy lives with his parents in Faeryland, a community of human oddities. Abel, who is normal, runs away. But when he gets mixed up with the wicked Dr. Mink and his traveling freak show, dark and dangerous secrets emerge that change Abel’s life forever.

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  • “Klause’s suspenseful twist on the outsider’s story, the grim horror of human exploitation, and the questions about belonging will fascinate readers.”

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Author Annette Curtis Klause

Annette Curtis Klause was born in Bristol, England, and moved to the United States when she was a teenager. As a child she spouted such fanciful ideas that her peers thought she was an oddity. Having an imagination turned out to be valuable—she grew up to become a storyteller. Annette currently lives in the Maryland suburbs with her husband and six cats. Three are from SiameseRescue.org, but none are actually Siamese twins—although one is the fastest cat on three legs and another likes to balance on top of the scratching post like a circus cat. Annette still works full-time as a children’s librarian. Bouncing around like a giant bunny during preschool storytime is just another way of being paid to be odd, she says.