The Woman Who Loved Reindeer

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Harcourt, May 1, 2000 - Juvenile Fiction - 242 pages
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When her sister-in-law brings her a strange golden baby to care for, a young girl, living in the cold lands far to the north, is unaware that this unusual child will help her fulfill her destiny as leader of her people.

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Uncomfortable love story, really cool setting. I loved Meredith Ann Pierce's Darkangel Trilogy when I was a kid. Hoping for more awesomeness, I've read a few of her other works over the years. Each ... Read full review

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The setting and mythological world of the Inuit is beautiful and the story reminds me of a sad and a little bit cruel fairy tale. I won't forget this book! Read full review


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Meredith Ann Pierce is the author of a number of acclaimed fantasy novels: The Dark Angel Trilogy, The Firebringer Trilogy, and The Woman Who Loved Reindeer. Her most recent novel is Treasure at the Heart of the Tanglewood. She received both a B.A. and an M.A. from the University of Florida and an M.L.S. from Florida State University, and spends her days as a librarian. By night, she writes. Her hobbies include composing music and playing the harp. She lives in the woods south of Micanopy, Florida, in a house powered by solar energy.nbsp;

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