Thursday, March 31, 2016
You know that novel, One Thing Stolen, that I spoke about last year? The one about a young girl who travels from her home near the University of Pennsylvania campus to Florence, Italy, with her family while battling the encroachment of a terrifying disorder? The one that commemorates the 50th anniversary (happening this year) of the flooding of the Arno, a flood that threatened to destroy so much of what western civilization prizes as its most significant historic art?
One Thing Stolen is about thievery, family, friendship, first love, nests and art, fear and hope. It won the 2015 Parents' Choice Gold Medal Award, is a 2016 TAYSHAS selection, was an Amazon Editor's Pick, and was named a Best Book of the Year by Cleaver Magazine and Savvy Verse and Wit.
More about One Thing Stolen can be found here.
And now, throughout the entire month of April, an e-version can be yours for just $2.99.
Chronicle Books has made this happen. (Thank you, Daria Harper.) We're hoping you'll take a look—and help us spread the word.
The book can be purchased at the following sites for $2.99, starting tomorrow.