A Kirkus Reviews Best Young Adult Book of the Year
A New York Public Library Book for the Teen Age
Sixteen-year-old Lana Morris wishes her life were different: her Ice Queen of a foster mother won't leave her alone, and she has no friends but the other foster kids she takes care of.
Then she stumbles into a mysterious antique shop and trades her most valued possession for a single box of drawing paper: thirteen thick, blank pages, like thirteen wishes waiting to be made. Suddenly, impossibly, it seems Lana might actually have the power to change things. But wishing isn't always as harmless as it seems...
NOMINEE 2008 - ALA Best Books for Young Adults
WINNER 2008 - Texas TAYSHAS High School Reading List
WINNER 2007 - Kirkus Reviews Editor Choice Award
WINNER - New York Public Library Books for the Teen Age
Laura and Tom McNeal, winners of the PEN Center USA Literary Book Award for Zipped and the California Book Award for Crooked, live with their two young sons in Southern California.
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