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Praise for Rae Bridgman’s MiddleGate Books
Fish & Sphinx
“....Bridgman's use of Latin quotations and her knowledge of myth and allegory add a special depth to these stories.”—Helen Norrie, Winnipeg Free Press
“Rae Bridgman is a
fantastic author and Fish and Sphinx is a
fantastic book. If you like mystery novels about
magic, myths, and ancient Egypt then Fish and
Sphinx is the perfect book for you to
enjoy.”—Allison Witzel, What If? Magazine
“... Amber Ambrosia should engage young fantasy fans and have them eagerly awaiting the next Sophie and Wil escapade.” Highly recommended —Darleen Golke, Canadian Review of Materials (CM Magazine)
• Shortlisted for the 2012 McNally Robinson Book for Young People Award
• Moonbeam Children's Book Award Bronze Medal, Pre-Teen Fiction - Fantasy, 2011
Kingdom of Trolls
Written and illustrated by Rae Bridgman
US$15.00 • CA$15.00 • UK£10.00
"Readers will enjoy the unusual characters in this series... Details of Iceland’s mythology and history are skillfully inserted. The visit to TRoLLHeLLiR, the Kingdom of the Trolls, is particularly exciting..." - Prairie Fire Review of Books
Spin Wil's black medallion - and you'll find the medallion's silver arrow and triangle turn into a five-pointed star. With each new adventure, another tiny gold symbol glimmers on the magical medallion. What do the symbols mean? All cousins Wil and Sophie know is that an ancient and nasty secret society - none other than the Serpent's Chain - wants its black medallion back. A prize trip to Iceland, land of history, danger, and galdur - magic - sends Wil and Sophie on another quest to unravel the mystery of the Serpent's Chain. Meanwhile, someone is tampering with fortune-telling crystal balls and their friend Mr. Bertram has been imprisoned, falsely accused of murder and the theft of a precious manuscript. When the cousins are captured by trolls, it looks like they and their adventures might end up in the soup!
Rae Bridgman is the author and illustrator of kids' fantasy adventure novels, including The Serpent’s Spell, which was a finalist for the McNally Robinson Book for Young People Award, Amber Ambrosia and Fish & Sphinx, which received an Honourable Mention by the Speculative Literature Foundation and was nominated for a Cybils Award in Fantasy and Science Fiction. She is a Professor in the Department of City Planning, in the Faculty of Architecture at the University of Manitoba, has published extensively in her field and been the recipient of many grants.
Author's Website: www.raebridgman.com