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Blueberry Girl by Neil Gaiman

Wildly popular science fiction author Neil Gaiman, known for his Sandman graphic novel series and American Gods (now an original series in its second season on STARZ) took a sharp turn in May of 2009 with a picture book.  The year before, Gaiman wrote a middle grade novel–The Graveyard Book–which went on to win the Newbery Medal and the Carnegie Medal, so why not a picture book?  A poetic celebration of daughters, Gaiman wrote and dedicated Blueberry Girl to his dear friend, singer Tori Amos.

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