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by Eloise McGraw, and published by Margaret McElderry, an imprint of Simon & Schuster
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Moorchild Moql becomes the changeling Saaski, half-human, half-Folk, an outcast in both worlds. The readers is drawn into the lives of the moorfolk who fear Saaski; of Tam, who tries to understand her; and of Saaski's parents, who try to defend her from superstitious villagers.

"An exploration of the growing-up feeling of being different in the world. What sets this novel apart from so many others is the unique setting of Saaski's journey of self-discovery....lyrical in the depiction of the joys of the moor."

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