“Katsaropoulos’ three previous novels have been widely praised for the author’s elegant prose style and forays into rarefied metaphysical territory most fiction writers avoid. Katsaropoulos’ fanciful, mystical story line may not suit everyone’s tastes, but readers with a yen for offbeat spiritual literature will feel richly rewarded here."
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“The stories in The Poor Children are akin to the best collection of live songs. They hum with the anxieties of adolescence, and cover issues both big and small for her main characters....worthy of everyone’s attention."
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“Kravitz employs harrowing, detailed imagery and fluidity of language.... The result is powerful and heart-wrenching, and Caleb is unforgettable."
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"This adorable board book is the perfect size for little hands, with thick pages that are easy to turn. The story remains solely black and white – very refreshing! A very sweet short story, perfect for bedtime!"
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