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d104>Charles de Lint has been a seventeen-time finalist for the World Fantasy Award, winning in 2000 for his short story collection Moonlight and Vines; its stories are set in de Lintís popular fictional city of Newford, as is the novel The Blue Girl and much of the collection Waifs and Strays (a World Fantasy Award Finalist). His most recent novel is Little (Grrl) Lost (Viking). Charles de Lint and his musical and creative partner MaryAnn Harris live in Ottawa, Ontario, Canada.


Library of Congress subject headings for this publication:
Supernatural -- Juvenile fiction.
Space and time -- Juvenile fiction.
Sisters -- Juvenile fiction.
Twins -- Juvenile fiction.
Dingo -- Juvenile fiction.
Fathers and sons -- Juvenile fiction.
Single-parent families -- Juvenile fiction.
Mythology, Aboriginal Australian -- Juvenile fiction.
Supernatural -- Fiction.
Space and time -- Fiction.
Sisters -- Fiction.
Twins -- Fiction.
Dingo -- Fiction.
Fathers and sons -- Fiction.
Single-parent families -- Fiction.
Mythology, Aboriginal Australian -- Fiction.
Fantasy.