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July 2019

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    Girls of July by Alex Flinn
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June 2019

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    With the Fire on High by Elizabeth Acevedo
  • Page 91
    "'Buela pulls out the herbs that she gets directly from el campo in Puerto Rico and sets them on the counter. The sweet-smelling yerba buena, the Caribbean oregano. She hands me the knives before I ask for them, cleans the cutting board before I realize I need it rinsed."
    - an exclusively designed cutting board.
  • Page 170
    "I close my eyes. This cannot be what he's calling me about. Why does he have people in my neighborhood checking for me anyway? Furthermore, what business is it of his? Especially if Babygirl didn't even meet Malachi? I ball up the dish towel but after a glance at 'Buela, smooth it out. I don't want her to see I'm upset."
    - an exclusively designed dish towel.
  • Page 263
    "I bake her a dozen colorful macarons. It took me forever to get them right, nbut when Angelica opens the bakery box and sees the orange, blue, and pink desserts, I'm glad I kept trying batch after batch."
    - a set of six macaron trinket boxes.
  • Page 383
    "And so, I pulled up the card Chef Ayden's friend gave me at the Winter Dinner. The one from the fancy restaurant 'Buela and I went to. I've had it on my armoire since December, with no reason to keep it, but something wouldn't let me throw it away."
    - a custom-designed business card from Cafe Sorrel.

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May 2019

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    Stepsister by Jennifer Donnelly
  • Page 7
    ""Pack a trunk," she barked at a servant. "I'll need quills and ink..." Her hand hovered over the bottles upon the table. She selected a deep ebony."
    - a feather quill and ink set.
  • Page 144
    "She picked up a gown off the floor, and a pair of shoes, and clutched them to her chest. Then she lifted her heavy mirror off its hook on the wall. The gown and shoes fell to the floor as she did. She lost her grip on the mirror. It toppled forward, pinning her to the floor."
    - an ornate wall mirror in varying colors.
  • Page 204
    "The large mouse came forward. He took off his crown with both paws and held it out to Isabelle. Note sure what else to do, Isabelle took it from him, then held it up to her lantern. A small cry escaped her as she saw that it wasn't a crown, not at all. It was a gold ring."
    - a gold ring with a small purple stone embedded in it.
  • Page 261
    "He was clutching a small piece of paper, folded over several times. Isabelle took it from him and unfolded it. Swirls and curlicues of gold ink decorated the border. In the center was an invitation, written in swooping script."
    - The invitation from Chance inviting Isabelle to his performance, An Illustrated History of the World's Greatest Military Commanders.

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April 2019

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    Serious Moonlight by Jenn Bennett
  • Page 221
    "Aunt Mona - dressed as a 1960s Mad Men secretary, complete with tangerine wig, typewriter nail decals, and cat-eye glasses on a beaded chain - took her boxy Keep on the ferry and drove us to pick up Daniel there."
    - a small, white polka-dotted coin purse, containing two sheets of typewriter nail decals and an eyeglasses necklace.
  • Page 258
    "I rummaged through my desk drawer until I found what I was looking for: the not-a-penny fortune-teller card I'd gotten with Daniel at the magic shop."
    - a leather, bookish luggage tag with the not-a-penny fortune card inside.
  • Page 403
    "I went back to locker twenty-seven and stuck the key inside the padlock. Success! I popped the lock, opened the locker, and peered inside. Empty. No, wait. Something sat on the shelf. A book. A single yellow sticky note on the cover read Birdie in neat handwriting. I peeled it off and stared at the peach cover of an old Agatha Christie paperback - The Body in the Library. I'd read it many times. I inspected the book, thumbing through the pages. A receipt fluttered out. It was purchased at the mystery book shop in Pike Place Market. This morning. The name of the clerk who range up the purchase was circled in red ink - Holly. Three red question marks were written above it."
    - a copy of The Body in the Library by Agatha Christie with the sticky note on the cover and the replicated receipt inside.

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March 2019

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    Lovely War by Julie Berry
  • Page 31
    "He crossed East India Dock Road and came to Kerbey Street, which led to his uncle's flat. He glanced at the theatrical playbills and navy recuitment banners. When the signposts reveal that Kerbey Street had met Grundy, he stopped."
    - a vintage Orpheus playbill poster.
  • Page 386
    "He then handed her Frank's little singed prayer book. When she saw it, she sobbed. "Frank showed me your picture more than once," he said, opening to where it was. "He was very proud of you and your son." She took the tiny book and pressed it to her heart."
    - a small leather bound notebook with a photo of a woman and her child on the first page.
  • Page 410
    "As the train approached the depot near Soissons, Hazel borrowed a mirror and comb from Colette to neaten herself up. She was too excited to feel the heat."
    - an antique, jeweled hand mirror and comb set.
  • Page 431
    "Hazel couldn't even scold him for the joke. Her mind reeled. On her bureau at home stood a little china trinket dish. Inside, hidden to the world, lay the golden ring."
    - a custom printed jewelry dish printed with a quote from the book, "Love is Stronger than War" and a dainty gold ring.

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February 2019

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    Enchantee by Gita Trelease
  • Page 44
    "Under his rumpled coat, the thready gleam of his watch chain - the watch itself pawned years ago, was strangely bare."
    - a silver chain bookmark clip.
  • Page 89
    "A minature had tumbled out of its folds and lay on the floor. It was so small she could have enclosed it between her forefinger and thumb. Set in a frame of false diamonds, a woman gazed out at Camille with blue, wide-set eyes that could have been Sophie's. Above her rouged cheecks her hair was tightly coiled and powded, fat rubies gleaming around her neck. Her crimson lips were parted as if she were about to speak."
    - a minature pendant charm to be clipped on the clasp of the bookmark clip.
  • Page 180
    "In her silk purse she carried Chandon's pink card that gave her entrance into the queen's sanctuary at the Petit Trianon, but she never showed it."
    - a deep eggplant toned clutch bag with crystal details. Inside is the pink invitation from Chandon.
  • Page 360
    "Tucked between the glass and the frame of the mirror above Sophie's dessing table was a letter."
    - a replicated letter pulled directly from the story.
  • Page 392
    "Camille curved her hand around the teardrop brooch pinned on her shoulder, the one she used to draw blood for the glamoire. "This? It's been in my family for a long time.""
    - a teardrop, crystal brooch pin replicated from the one Camille wears throughout the novel.

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January 2019

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    The Cold is in Her Bones by Peternelle van Arsdale
  • Page 84
    "Milla closed her eyes, lulled by the light pressure of Mamma's fingertips holding her head in place, while the comb gently tugged on the roots of her hair, then traveled down, sometimes pausing on a tangle."
    - a carved, wooden comb.
  • Page 97
    "She took off the apron that she hadn't stopped to hang on its hook in the kitchen. She wouldn't wear it anymore. She let it fall."
    - a custom printed apron that reads "Don't Quit Your Daydream".
  • Page 198
    "Milla kept her hands moving - needle through fabric, needle through fabric - and her eye on her work."
    - a small floral box, containing all the contents of a travel sewing kit.
  • Page 275
    "Milla smiled, reaching out for a plump, red apple hanging from a low branch."
    - an apple shaped candle.

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December 2018

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    Amber and Dusk by Lyra Selene
  • Page 171
    "'Where have you been?' Lullaby stood, and shoved something at my chest. It was a crimson envelope stamped in gilt and smothered in looping calligraphy. 'It's an invitation.' Lullaby rossed behind me and glanced over my shoulder at the thick paper. 'A grand ball, a week hence. Astrologists are predicting a Blood Rain. Everyone is to wear red in honor of the occasion.'"
    - a custom designed red envelope with the invitation to the Blood Rain Ball inside.
  • Page 310
    "She glazed her lips and smeared kohl along he curve of my lashes. Diamonds like chips of ice winked from my ears."
    - a crystal ear cuff with jagged, sparkling stones.
  • Page 331
    "A bodice of thick black lace twisted up over a golden underlay, clinging tightly to the contours of my chest. A black caplet hung from my shoulders, with a deep hood. I didn't want to be recognized until my big reveal in front of the entire court."
    - a black poncho style caplet with a hood.
  • Page 343
    "I held up the pendant and gave it a gentle swing. The empress screamed, her eyes venomous with spite."
    - a pendant locket featuring an amber glow-in-the-dark interior.

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November 2018

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    Five Feet Apart by Rachael Lippincott
  • Page 2
    "I clear my throat, pulling my hand away, and lean over to grab a picture of us from off my bed. Identical smiles peek our from underneath thick wool scarves, the holiday lights at the park down the street twinkling above our heads just like the stars in her drawing."
    - a custom designed recreated photo of Abby and Stella.
  • Page 210
    "I almost tackle him with a hug but catch myself before I can close the space between us and do it. I look at the counter, grabbing a kitchen mitt and putting it on so I can reach out and take his hand in mine."
    - a kitchen mitt similar the one Stella uses to hold Poe's hand.
  • Page 225
    "Pulling my beanie on, I shove open the door with my side, heading just inside the lobby doors to wait."
    - a mustard tone beanie, similar to Will's from the novel.
  • Page 262
    "I struggle to rip open the paper, but my body is weak. She leans over to help me unveil a black sketchbook inside, the words on the front reading "FIVE FEET APART." Then, on the last page, the two of us. In my small cartoon hand is a balloon, the top bursting, and hundreds of stars pouring out of it, rolling across the page to Will. He's holding a scroll and quill, the words "Will's Master List" written on it. And below, a single item. #1: Love Stella Forever."
    - a custom designed, spiral bound sketchbook with the entirety of Will's drawing on the first page.

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October 2018

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    The Dark Descent of Elizabeth Frankenstein by Kiersten White
  • Page 81
    "I tried to life the lid, but it was locked. Crouching, I found a heavy padlock securing it. With trembling fingers, I pulled from my purse the key I had found beneath Victor."
    - a Victorian style clutch bag containing an antiqued key.
  • Page 134
    "I opened the letter. Henry's hand, usually sprawling with confident loops and self-indulgent flourishes, was shaky. The edges of the paper were splotchy, some of the ink smeared as though he had not waited for it to try before folding it."
    - a custom designed letter from Henry to Elizabeth
  • Page 156
    "I wilted with relief, but also with confusion at her state and why the maid had brought us here. "Look!" the maid pointed in triumph. Next to Justine on the bed was the glittering gold accusation of guilt. The necklace."
    - a custom designed book locket featuring the cover of Frankenstein by Mary Shelley with a photo of Madam Frankenstein inside.
  • Page 245
    "But I knew the jacket. I reached inside and withdrew the tiny gold-filigreed book of scripture that my uncle always kept. The pages that he loved had dissolved in the water, leaving only the empty shell of it."
    - a custom designed book jewelry box

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September 2018

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    In Another Time by Caroline Leech
  • Page 98
    "John ran his fingers across the other book, tracing the line of silver lettering pressed into the red cloth on the front."
    - a custom printed edition of "In Flanders Fields and Other Poems" by John McCrae.
  • Page 115
    "And while Maisie's hair still wasn't long enough for rolls, she had happily agreed to Rose's suggestion that wearing a pretty head scarf might keep her hair out of her face while she was working."
    - a 1940s inspired headscarf.
  • Page 310
    "Nancy handed one of the mugs to Maisie, wrapping her grateful fingers around the warm china."
    - a custom designed enamel mug and tree-shaped tea strainer and tea rest.
  • Page 328
    "Maisie held the letter out to him again, and this time he took it. 'Walt and Lofty are still alive.'"
    - a custom written letter inspired by events from the novel.

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August 2018

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    Notes From My Captivity by Kathy Parks
  • Page 140
    "She touches the smooth jade with the first letter of my name inlaid in the silver."
    - a small jade pendant.
  • Page 162
    "But she's insisting with the dove talk, pushing it on me so that finally I reach to take it, an action that so outrages the older brother that barks out something suddenly just as my fingers touch the warm bowl."
    - a detailed, white china bowl.
  • Page 265
    "She beams. She has another drawing. She leans down, places it in my lap. I look down at it. All the breath leaves me. My heart stops. It's my father."
    - a custom set of ceramic artwork, featuring custom drawings of Vanya and Adrienne's father.
  • Page 335
    "Adrienne Cahill, New York Times Article"
    - a printed copy of Adrienne's published New York Times article.

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July 2018

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    Wild Blue Wonder by Carlie Sorosiak
  • Page 70
    "She thrusts the thermos into my hands. 'Wasn't asleep. Late-night knitting. Now, drink this.'"
    - a custom designed thermos and packet of hot cocoa.
  • Page 118
    "And then I saw you and all the other counselers by the buffet: all dressed up as me. Long blonde wigs. Black choker neckales and Red Sox hats."
    - Quinn's signature black choker necklace.
  • Page 142
    "The third week in November, as another cold snap kicks in, I find my sister's photos. A corner of one's sticking out from underneath the dust ruffle. Dylan."
    - a set of three photos of Dylan, discovered by Quinn.
  • Page 343
    "He pulls from the bag a series of bound pages. Blue ink. Across the cover in his spiky handwriting is The Fall and Rise of The Hundreds."
    - a custom designed tablet bag, with a custom designed notebook inside, containing a custom piece of artwork.

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June 2018

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    The Bird and the Blade by Megan Bannen
  • Page 58
    "I enter the slaves' ger, cast off my deel, and tie a thick strip of muslin around what passes for my breasts."
    - a lightweight, beach cover inspired by Jinghua's deel and a strip of gauze to represent the muslin she used to disguse herself as a boy.
  • Page 321
    "He reaches into his sleeve pocket, pulls out a small portrait, and shows it to me. I take the portrait gingerly into my hands and study it. The girl staring back at me is lusciously beautiful."
    - a custom-designed portrait of Turandokht.
  • Page 400
    "He places a small, finely painted porcelain cup on its polished surface and fills it with steaming tea or rich wine. He sets out offerings of rice and cakes on a pretty saucer. And apples. Always apples."
    - a Chinese style teacup and saucer.

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May 2018

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    Olivia Twist by Lorie Langdon
  • Page 47
    "...covered by a short wig of muddy brown hair and topped with a newsboy cap for good measure."
    - a brown newsboy cap.
  • Page 110
    "He unclasped the locket. It took every ounce of considerable self-control to hide his reaction to the portrait within. Dark-gold hair, a dimpled smile..."
    - a custom locket with the portrait inside as described in the novel.
  • Page 204
    "Jack elbowed a path through the cluster of boys and bent to pick up the object...when he stood, he held out a large rock, a piece of folded parchment tied to it with a string."
    - a rock-shaped tealight holder with the folder note wrapped around it.
  • Page 313
    "Olivia stepped up to Monks, dipped her hand into his pocket and extracted the key."
    - a key-shaped keychain.

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April 2018

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    Children of Blood and Bone by Tomi Adeyemi
  • Page 46
    "I expect to feel some aura in the scroll's presence, yet the air surrounding it remains dead...I push myself, reaching out again with the very ends of my fingertips. When they brush the scroll, I close my eyes. No magic comes forth."
    - a custom designed replica scroll, created from an ancient Ethiopian text.
  • Page 174
    "Though it's a risk, I release my left hand, catching the headdress before it evades my grip."
    - a burnished gold and stone headdress
  • Page 430
    ""Do not worry." I reach into Zelie's leather pack and pull out the sunstone."
    - a faux leather, fringed bag with a sunstone shaped soap bar inside.

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March 2018

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    Time Bomb by Joelle Charbonneau
  • Page 36
    "Mom reached over and adjusted the gauzy, decorative silver-and-black scarf she'd insisted on looping around Cas's neck this morning, then looked toward the road."
    - a black-and-silver, gauzy scarf.
  • Page 180
    "A wallet with money and pictures, a student ID card with a girl's smiling face beaming from it...Then Rashid pulled from her wallet the small, bent picture of her and two friends making stupid faces in a photo booth."
    - a custom designed wallet, a student ID, a photograph.
  • Page 191
    ""What the hell are you doing?" Z asked as she ripped a poster of the Eiffel Tower off a bulletin board and flipped it over."
    - a poster of the Eiffel Tower.
  • Page 258
    ""No, but I'm betting by her bracelet that she knows how to braid things," Frankie said. Diana looked down at her wrist as if surprised that he'd noticed the bracelet."
    - a woven leather bracelet.

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    The Tombs by Deborah Schaumberg
  • Page 27
    "I lifed the cord around my neck, absently playing with the trinkets I'd collected over the years. Among them, the gears from my father's menagerie clock..."
    - a multi-toned, statement necklace made out of clock gears.
  • Page 226
    "I pinned my hair the way she used to, as a tear slid down my cheek."
    - a set of two, steampunk-inspired, scissor-shaped hair clips.
  • Page 289
    "In a gloved hand, Spector held a glass vial, glinting in the light."
    - an antique looking vial, filled with vanilla bubble bath 'serum'.
  • Page 422
    "I heard myself screaming, felt myself falling to my knees, and then, the crystal slipped through my fingers."
    - a crystal pendant.

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January 2018

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    Truly Devious by Maureen Johnson
  • Page 67
    "She took a long drink from an Ellingham-branded reusable water bottle."
    - an orange, flexible water bottle.
  • Page 81
    "She yanked it off the shelf, snapped it open, and removed a Schiaparelli makeup compact in the shape of a telephone dial."
    - a mirror compact designed to look like a rotary phone.
  • Page 97
    "Stevie got own on the floor and reached around under the tub. As she pulled her hand back, something scraped against her skin."
    - a unique silver ring.
  • Page 314
    "He picked the dangling earbud back up, and she reinserted it."
    - a pair of white and rose gold accented ear buds.

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December 2017

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    The Love Letters of Abelard and Lily by Laura Creedle
  • Page 23
    "Rosalind was eating out of a bento box filled with brown rice, raw carrots, and seaweed salad."
    - a blue polka-dotted bento box.
  • Page 36
    "I stuck the picture on the bulletin board and collaposed on my bed, empty."
    - a thought bubble shaped corkboard and a custom designed drawing as mentioned in the novel.
  • Page 155
    "Abelard stood in the middle of the room, barefoot. He was wearing different sunglasses than the pair he wore to Dan's."
    - a pair of Ray Ban style sunglasses.
  • Page 300
    "We stood in the entryway, close enough for me to catch the scent of sandalwood, soap, and warmth."
    - a bar of sandlewood scented soap.

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November 2017

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    Dare Mighty Things by Heather Kaczynski
  • Page 90
    "She jerked her head toward my pillow, where a thin envelope was resting."
    - a custom designed, scientific pillowcase and a letter.
  • Page 132
    "I twisted the bracelet around my wrist...it was translucent gray, with what appeared to be a tiny gold microchip embedded in the plastic."
    - a gray bracelet step counter.
  • Page 201
    "Someone had found a deck of cards in the living space - maybe forgotten about, maybe left there on purpose."
    - a deck of custom designed playing cards.
  • Page 335
    "I put Ganesh and the piano key in my PPK, along with the rest of my momentos from home."
    - a custom designed NASA wrist pouch containing the contents of Cassandra's Personal Preference Kit which included a photo of her family, a scrap of paper with Beethoven's Sonata op. 106, her grandmother's Ganesh pendant and a piano key.

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October 2017

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    Sparked by Helena Echlin and Malena Watrous
  • Page 33
    "...we'd covered the fridge with favorite photos."
    - a set of four small magnets and a photo as described in the novel.
  • Page 164
    "On top was a hardback copy of Hemingway's "The Sun Also Rises". It looked like another antique. The cover showed a woman in a one-shouldered dress, leaning back against a tree. I opened it noticing that the paper inside was yellowed, and there was handwriting on the title page."
    - a custom designed book safe as described in the novel.
  • Page 184
    "She was wearing red-and-white striped leg warmers under a pair of cargo shorts..."
    - red-and-white striped leg warmers.
  • Page 274
    "She pulled one of her little pewter cups from the velvet evening clutch."
    - a small cup inside a blue, velvet clutch bag.

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September 2017

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    Paintbrush by Hannah Bucchin
  • Page 21
    "...her hair in its signature long gray braid, colorful scarves drapped around her shoulders."
    - a large, multicolored bohemian scarf.
  • Page 42
    "I roll my eyes and take a bit of my PB...and J sandwich - delicious homemade bread courtesy of Libby."
    - a tree patterned, insulated lunch bag and a homemade bread recipe card.
  • Page 145
    "He points the flashlight in my direction and flashes it on and off."
    - a green, travel flashlight.
  • Page 290
    "The best part is the lights - delicate strands that blink like fireflies wrapped around every tree trunk and branch on the property."
    - a strand of fairy lights.

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August 2017

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    Daughter of the Burning City by Amanda Foody
  • Page 95
    "A wooden sign sticks out of the dirt by the entrance...I kick it down. Then I kick it again after it's fallen."
    - a custom wooden 'Gossip Worker' sign.
  • Page 177
    "I pick up a small sack of coins and count them. Fifteen gold pieces."
    - a custom printed pouch with 15 'gold' coins inside.
  • Page 308
    "Hesitantly, I pick up the pocket watch and open it. I remember there being an engraving inside."
    - a pocket watch necklace with a custom engraving as written in the book.
  • Page 376
    "I make my grand entrance, wearing my red sequin mask....I untie the ribbon in the back, let the mask slip off and shove it in my pocket."
    - a red, sequin masquerade mask.

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July 2017

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    The Hush by Skye Melki-Wegner
  • Page 41
    "A sorcery lamp dripped bluish light through his cell."
    - a blue 'sorcery lamp' that glows blue.
  • Page 95
    "But she nodded and scampered back toward the kitchen, where Susannah kept a small blackboard and chalk at the end of the table."
    - a small chalkboard with twine for hanging.
  • Page 213
    ""What are those?" he said. "Those...tattoos?""
    - a temporary, treble clef tattoo reminiscent of one a character has in the story.
  • Page 282
    "The circular room had the same aroma of honey-smoke, only more intense."
    - a mason jar "The Hush" candle, inspired by the honey-smoke scent.
  • Page 353
    "He tightened his grip on the pistol with one hand, while the other clenched greedily at his pendant."
    - a violin shaped, velvet box with a nautilus shell pendant inside.

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June 2017

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    Dark Breaks the Dawn by Sara B. Larson
  • Page 22
    "When the door opened and a page entered the room, holding a tray with a white card, Ceren nearly closed her eyes..."
    - a pink leaf shaped tray with a white card from the book.
  • Page 130
    "The new queen slumped into a chair, took a sip of the cold chamomile-and-lavender tea...and made a face."
    - a packet of chamomile-and-lavender tea inside a silicone 'teacup' cupcake mold and recipe for a single serving cupcake, stuck in the back of the book.
  • Page 217
    "Ceren grumbled, and Evelayn shook her head as she bent to put on her slippers."
    - a pair of grey lace slipper-socks.
  • Page 257
    ""I have something I need to give you." And then he pulled out the most beautiful ring Evelayn had ever seen."
    - a gold-tone ring with a pink center stone and clear stones surrounding it.

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May 2017

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    Between Two Skies by Joanne O'Sullivan
  • Page 30
    "Now that we live together, she lets me brush her hair for her at night."
    - a detangling brush.
  • Page 88
    "Without saying a word, I reach up and rip the stupid headband off my head..."
    - a sparkling headband, reminiscent of a tiara.
  • Page 104
    "I see a laminated menu lying on the ground. I pick it up."
    - an 11" laptop sleeve and a custom designed diner menu inspired by the book.
  • Page 236
    "Before I know it, she's gone out to her car, brought in a slow cooker filled with gumbo, and plugged it in."
    - a packet of gumbo mix in a custom designed pouch with cooking instructions.

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April 2017

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    The Hidden Memory of Objects by Danielle Mages Amato
  • Page 28
    "They were my constant companion: a pair of little gold embroidery shears shaped like a stork."
    - a pair of little gold embroidery shears shaped like a stork.
  • Page 143
    "I reached up to rub Tyler's button, which I still wore on the string around my neck."
    - custom made button necklace.
  • Page 196
    "I dropped my backlae to the floor...and dug until I found my wallet. I pulled out Detective Johnson's business card..."
    - a black and white backpack with a lime green wallet inside, with a custom printed business card in one of the pockets.
  • Page 250
    "He went to his desk and retrieved a pair of gloves, sealed in a clear plastic bag."
    - a pair of sealed black gloves.