more titles from Sonya Hartnett

Butterfly (Hardback)
In masterful prose, the author of Surrender tells a quiet but powerful tale about the shifting bonds and psychological perils of adolescence.

Butterfly (EBook)
In masterful prose, the author of SURRENDER tells a quiet but powerful tale about the shifting bonds and psychological perils of adolescence. (Ages 14 and up)

Butterfly (Paperback)
"Exquisitely written . . . steeped in emotional clairvoyance." — Bulletin of the Center for Children’s Books (starred review)

Butterfly (EBook)
In masterful prose, the author of SURRENDER tells a quiet but powerful tale about the shifting bonds and psychological perils of adolescence. (Ages 14 and up)

Golden Boys (EBook)
With masterful nuance and vividly drawn characters, Sonya Hartnett’s novel visits a suburban neighborhood where psychological menace lurks below the surface.

Golden Boys (Hardback)
With masterful nuance and vividly drawn characters, Sonya Hartnett’s novel visits a suburban neighborhood where psychological menace lurks below the surface.

Golden Boys (EBook)
With masterful nuance and vividly drawn characters, Sonya Hartnett’s novel visits a suburban neighborhood where psychological menace lurks below the surface.

Sadie and Ratz (Paperback)
“A real slice of family life, the sweet with the bitter.” — Kirkus Reviews (starred review)

Sadie and Ratz (EBook)
Award-winning Sonya Hartnett spins a tale for younger readers about mischief, siblings, and taking matters into your own hands.

Sadie and Ratz (EBook)
Award-winning Sonya Hartnett spins a tale for younger readers about mischief, siblings, and taking matters into your own hands.

Stripes of the Sidestep Wolf (Hardback)
Two loners in a country town find cause for hope when one of them encounters a long-lost animal in this taut, shimmering tale by Sonya Hartnett about daring to live a life beyond expectations.

Surrender (Paperback)
"Sophisticated young readers will be awed by the delicate, measured, heartbreaking portrait that emerges." — Kirkus Reviews (starred review)

Surrender (EBook)
"Sophisticated young readers will be awed by the delicate, measured, heartbreaking portrait that emerges." – Kirkus Reviews (starred review)

Surrender (EBook)
"Sophisticated young readers will be awed by the delicate, measured, heartbreaking portrait that emerges." – Kirkus Reviews (starred review)

The Children of the King (EBook)
Internationally acclaimed author Sonya Hartnett tells a hauntingly beautiful story set during World War II.

The Children of the King (Hardback)
Internationally acclaimed author Sonya Hartnett tells a hauntingly beautiful story set during World War II.

The Children of the King (EBook)
Internationally acclaimed author Sonya Hartnett tells a hauntingly beautiful story set during World War II.

The Ghost's Child (EBook)
"A one-of-a-kind love story...Those who enjoy fables or magical realism will be spellbound by this redemptive story of a search for love, love lost and love (of a sort) found again...exquisite prose." – Publishers Weekly

The Ghost's Child (EBook)
"A one-of-a-kind love story...Those who enjoy fables or magical realism will be spellbound by this redemptive story of a search for love, love lost and love (of a sort) found again...exquisite prose." – Publishers Weekly

The Midnight Zoo (Paperback)
“A haunting portrait of families, human and otherwise, torn apart. . . . Hartnett combines powerful prose with magical realism.” — Publishers Weekly (starred review)

The Midnight Zoo (EBook)
Master storyteller Sonya Hartnett crafts a magical and moving fable about war and redemption . . . and what it means to be free.

The Midnight Zoo (EBook)
Master storyteller Sonya Hartnett crafts a magical and moving fable about war and redemption . . . and what it means to be free.

The Silver Donkey (Hardback)
"At once delicately told and deeply resonant. . . . This tender fable of peace will linger with both younger and older readers." — Publishers Weekly (starred review)

The Silver Donkey (Paperback)
"At once delicately told and deeply resonant. . . . This tender fable of peace will linger with both younger and older readers." — Publishers Weekly (starred review)

What the Birds See (Paperback)
"Hartnett again captures the ineffable fragility of childhood in this keenly observed tale." — Publishers Weekly (starred review)

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