By Anne Ursu

A beautiful modern day fairy story from acclaimed writer Anne Ursu as soon as upon a time, Hazel and Jack have been most sensible neighbors. yet that was once ahead of he stopped chatting with her and disappeared right into a woodland with a mysterious girl made from ice. Now it really is as much as Hazel to move in after him. encouraged by way of Hans Christian Andersen's "The Snow Queen," Breadcrumbs is a narrative of the fight to carry on, and the issues we depart at the back of.

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Hazel had stared at it as if he’d just handed her his still-beating heart. “You should keep it,” he had said.  . ” And he’d looked at her, almost bewildered, then said, “It’s a Joe Mauer signed baseball,” as if that was all that needed to be said. So Hazel took it, and she kept it on her bookshelf, and sometimes she looked at it and said to herself, That is a Joe Mauer signed baseball, and she understood. Then one day Hazel went over to Jack’s house to find his mom in the easy chair, except she wasn’t there at all.

Hazel stood, the pelletlike snow falling around her, and then, so quickly it was like she had superpowers, she bent down and packed a snowball and hurled it at him. It hit his back. He whirled around. “What the—” And then it was Hazel’s turn to walk away, leaving Jack standing there in the snow. It took three steps for the remorse to hit her. One. Two. Three. She stopped. She was about to turn around, to open her mouth and see if any of the right words would come out, when she heard a yelp from Jack.

Hazel bit her lip. She supposed this was the sort of thing people with decorative furniture did. They just said things, because their houses had enough room for all kinds of things, no matter how odd and funny-shaped they were. “No,” she said. ” “You should go back when you’re older. ” He nodded at her. ” Adelaide nodded, her curls springing a little. “Okay,” she said, leaning against the table toward Hazel. ” “We’re starting with the villain,” Martin interjected. “Because they are the most fun.

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