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Airborn

CRITICS HAVE SAID

  • An original and imaginative Victorian-era fantasy.
    School Library Journal
  • Though readers will need to suspend disbelief of the mysterious flying creatures, which Matt and Kate call “cloud cats,” details of life and work aboard the ship as well as the dramatic escapade itself make this a captivating read.
    Booklist

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