Photo Credit: Karl Voskuil
In Hannah Voskuil's new novel for middle-grade readers, THE ART OF MAGIC, ZuZu and Andrew discover that they can team up to draw and paint art that comes to life. But the two must use their abilities to protect their town from a vengeful ghost who has magical creations of his own, made from macabre musical melodies. Hannah's first novel for middle-grade readers, HORUS AND THE CURSE OF EVERLASTING REGRET, is set in the 1930s and brings two kids, a spunky pet bat, and a cursed child mummy together to find a kidnapped girl who vanished while visiting an Ancient Egypt museum exhibit. School Library Journal notes: "Voskuil does a wonderful job of moving the plot swiftly along while also creating believable and relatable characters." Hannah's short fiction appears in several anthologies and college textbooks, as well as in such literary magazines as Quarterly West and the South Dakota Review.
(Co-agent: Betsy Amster)
HORUS AND THE CURSE OF EVERLASTING REGRET (Knopf Books for Young Readers)
THE ART OF MAGIC (Carolrhoda Books)