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"An impressive fiction debut...Malloy mixes history and fantasy wiht flair and delivers a wonderfully satisfying puzzler."

--Publishers Weekly

"Cretaceous Dawn is a first-class adventure story, an effortless read as engaging as vintage Jules Verne."

--Natural History magazine


"A compelling fantasy... imaginative, intelligent narrative...Twin ideas of forgiveness and mercy twist through this strange, moving, patiently wrought novel, making for a trippy but charming read."

--Publishers Weekly

"Mystery, suspense, and conflict..build a plot of nonstop adventure. ... Character development is superb. Filled with clever illustrations, delightful humor...Entertaining, downright funny, and highly imaginative. A great read."

--Midwest Book Review


"Mirolla...is a teller of tales that only the tautest prose could relate with cohesion and beauty. This book will thrill the mind."

--Crimespree

"In the best tradition of metaphysical detective stories...A delightful romp through the metaphysical muck."

--Bill Turpin, Halifax Daily News

 

 



Books for $5!
Leapfrog Special Book Sales

There are no Books for $5 during the months of May through August.

Check back in September for our next $5 book, which will honor National Literacy Month and Roald Dahl's birthday.

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Fiction Contest

The 2009 Leapfrog Fiction Contest closes for entries on May 1st. See the Contest page for details.

Results will be announced on the Contest page in June, and all entrants will be notified by email that the results have been posted.

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Leapfrog Audio

"Neruda is dead, but…his ghost lives through a poet named Martin Espada.”

--The San Francisco Chronicle

"Piercy at the top of her form. A timely and important recording. Highly recommemded."

--Library Journal (starred review)

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