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Robin Herrera

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I wrote HOPE IS A FERRIS WHEEL and love love love reading. I read a lot of comics these days, and less fiction, but I'm trying to get back into the prose world.

Just a quick note: I do not check the notifications here very often! I do add books, especially when I have something to say about them.

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I’m here in Denver, where the ALA Youth Media Awards were announced this morning. Along with adding a few new titles to my hold list (WE ARE OKAY and HELLO, UNIVERSE) I was pleased to see a few of my … Continue reading →
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Published on February 12, 2018 19:42
Average rating: 3.99 · 1,821 ratings · 331 reviews · 4 distinct worksSimilar authors
Hope Is a Ferris Wheel

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This is a good road trip book with a good dash of mystery thrown in. I didn't know where it was going - just like the best road trips. I was happy enough to be along for the ride.
More of Robin's books…
“Hope is a Ferris wheel-
It takes Low and High;
And when you reach the Top,
It’s like you can touch The Sky!
And when it takes you Down-
Hope becomes A Thing
That, When you’re getting Off,
You take With you to Bring.”
Robin Herrera, Hope Is a Ferris Wheel

“Her parents could have named her Aria, or Harmonia, or Tessitura, or a hundred other clever names that would have alluded to her ancestry. But they weren't for her, these names that roll or sparkle or play or simply proclaim, I am normal!
No, it was Sing. A name and a command.”
Adi Rule, Strange Sweet Song
tags: names, sing

“Bindy Mackenzie talks like a horse.”
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“I don't like being dared—it's aggressive, a trap to make people feel foolish.”
Rachel M. Wilson, Don't Touch

“Alone was the note that Cade knew best. It was the root of all her chords.”
Amy Rose Capetta

“He turned to face the long, shadowy hall. There was no turning back now. Unless, of course, he decided to turn back.”
Lauren Magaziner, Pilfer Academy: A School So Bad It's Criminal




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