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Rachel Hartman and Seraphina

I enjoyed Rachel Hartman's novel Seraphina so much, and I am not alone!  Seraphina is a New York Times bestseller and was nominated for a Governor General's Literary award this year in the Children's Text category.

Seraphina is a wonderful fantasy set in a world where humans and dragons live, sometimes uneasily, side by side and where dragons have learned to assume human forms in order to get along.

I really enjoyed my conversation with Rachel Hartman too.  You can hear her on the show on Saturday after the 8:30 news.

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