Polly Shulman has written for The New York Times, Discover, Newsday, Salon, Slate, Scientific American, Archaeology, and The Village Voice, among others. She edits news stories about fossils, meteors, the ocean, the weather, and the planets for Science magazine. She is an alumna of Hunter College High School, Hampshire College Summer Studies in Mathematics, and Yale University. She grew up in New York City, where she lives with her husband, Andrew Nahem, and their parakeet, Olive.
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A Companion to The Grimm Legacy
In this grand adventure, Polly Shulman blends classic science fiction with the contemporary fantasy.
Released Tue Jul 02 00:00:00 UTC 2013
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"A fizzy confection...the story buzzes along." - The New York Times
Starred review. "The author brings the seemingly disparate elements together in the end, while still making certain that her protagonist's problems are not completely solved by the world of magic. Shulman's prose is fast paced, filled with humor, and peopled with characters who are either true to life or delightfully bizarre. Fans of fairy tales in general and Grimm stories in particular will delight in the author's frequent literary references, and fantasy lovers will feel very much at home in this tale that pulls out all the stops." - School Library Journal
Released Tue Jun 18 00:00:00 UTC 2013