Erin Bow wins Monica Hughes Award


sorrow's knot erin bowThe Canadian Children’s Book Centre announced on Twitter that Sorrow’s Know by Erin Bow won the Monica Hughes Award for Science Fiction and Fantasy for 2014.

Sorrow’s Knot tells the story of Otter, a binder who hopes to follow in the footsteps of her mother until the magic starts to tear her mother apart.

Established in 2011, The Monica Hughes Award honors excellent science fiction and fantasy writing for kids and young adults written by Canadians or permanent residents of Canada. The award was named after the late science fiction and fantasy author Monica Hughes and is sponsored by HarperCollins Canada.

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Lindsay Paige

Lindsay lives in Brooklyn and is better at describing fictional people than herself. She spends her days as a reporter, but dreams of the day she can use her Creative Writing degree a bit more than her Journalism degree.

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