The Sea in Winter

The Sea in Winter is a refreshing and moving story of grief and healing from one of middle grade’s brightest rising stars.

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Maisie Cannon may only be 12 years old, but she’s already found her passion in life: ballet. She’s bored by the daily monotony of school because she knows that the only lessons that will impact her future are the ones she gets at the dance studio, where she finds sanctuary amid the barres and music.

Interview with Christine Day

Heartdrum, a new imprint from HarperCollins Children's Books, is the first imprint at a major American publishing company dedicated to the work of Native American creators. Children’s author Cynthia Leitich Smith and veteran editor Rosemary Brosnan share its origin story.

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