Carla Luna is a writer of young adult fiction, a mom of two, and a former archaeologist who still dreams of traveling to far-away places and making exciting discoveries.
Monthly Archives: February 2013
Today marks the end of Project Fairytale. I’ve really enjoyed participating in this series, not only because it gave me a theme for this month’s blog posts, but because I also liked checking out the other blogs and reading their fairy … Continue reading
A Project Fairytale Post: The Pied Piper isn’t one of the more popular fairy tale characters around. Unlike Snow White, Cinderella, Little Red Riding Hood, or Rumpelstiltskin, he’s seriously underrepresented in movies and TV shows. Maybe it’s because he’s not … Continue reading
A Project Fairy Tale review: Title: The Brixen Witch Author: Stacy DeKeyser Genre: Middle Grade Date Published: 2012 Blurb: An enchanted coin. A witch’s curse. And rats, rats everywhere! What’s a boy to do? When Rudi Bauer accidentally takes a witch’s coin, he unleashes … Continue reading
Project Fairy Tale hosted by Alison@The Cheap Reader Title: Breath Author: Donna Jo Napoli Genre: Young Adult Date Published: 2005 Blurb: Salz is a boy afflicted with cystic fibrosis — though in the Middle Ages in Saxony no one can identify it as … Continue reading
Project Fairy Tale hosted by Alison@The Cheap Reader Title: Pay the Piper Author: Jane Yolen and Adam Stemple Genre: Middle Grade/Young Adult Date Published: 2005 Blurb: When fourteen-year-old Callie McCallan scores a backstage pass to interview the lead singer of … Continue reading
Project: Fairy Tale hosted by Alison@The Cheap Reader Title: Peter & Max Author: Bill Willingham Genre: Young Adult Publication Date: 2009 Blurb: When an unspeakable tragedy befalls a family of traveling minstrels, they become stranded and left for dead. Here … Continue reading