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The Wingsnatchers - Special Preview - The First 5 Chapters

Sarah Jean Horwitz

Publisher: Algonquin Young Readers

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In this stunning debut Carmer, a magician's apprentice, and Grit, a one-winged faerie princess, must vanquish the mechanical monsters that stalk the industrial streets and threaten the faerie kingdom.  

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