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Publisher Description

From bestselling author Grace Lin comes the companion to the Newbery Honor winner Where the Mountain Meets the Moon and the National Book Award finalist When the Sea Turned to Silver.
The moon is missing from the remote Village of Clear Sky, but only a young boy named Rendi seems to notice! Rendi has run away from home and is now working as a chore boy at the village inn. He can't help but notice the village's peculiar inhabitants and their problems.
But one day, a mysterious lady arrives at the Inn with the gift of storytelling, and slowly transforms the villagers and Rendi himself. As she tells more stories and the days pass in the Village of Clear Sky, Rendi begins to realize that perhaps it is his own story that holds the answers to all those questions.
Newbery Honor author Grace Lin brings readers another enthralling fantasy featuring her marvelous full-color illustrations. Starry River of the Sky is filled with Chinese folklore, fascinating characters, and exciting new adventures.

Young Adult
October 2
Little, Brown Books for Young Readers
Hachette Digital, Inc.
Grades 3-7

Customer Reviews

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We have all of Grace Lin's books. This one is my favorite so far. I would totally recommend this to all kids 7+. Keep on reading!!

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I always loved grace Lin. I have read where the mountain meets the moon and it was my favorite book so grace Lin is my favorite author by far.

Robert L Forbes ,

The Starry River of the Sky

Grace Lin has again given us a fascinating story of myth and character, illustrated with moving yet delightfully stylized line drawings and colorful pictures. Lots of imagination at work here, fine story-telling as a writer and indeed there is here story-telling as a narrative tool as well.

Seen mostly from the point of view of an angry young boy, the book takes unexpected twists. A mountain disappears and the moon goes with it, overreaching and greedy people upset balances and petty feuds need resolution. Many balls in the air, and Grace Lin manages them all deftly.

There is nothing superfluous here, and yet the reader is given a lush tapestry of details, smells and flavors. What a fun book to read aloud to 8 years and up.

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