Stardust was trickier to catch than moonlight.

In order to survive on her own, twelve-year-old Rooney de
Barra collects precious moonlight, which she draws from
the evening sky with her (very rare and most magical)
lunar mirror. All the while, she tries to avoid the rival roughhouse boys and yet another, more terrifying danger: the
dreaded thing that’s been disappearing children in the


When Trick Aidan, the worst of the roughhouse boys,
steals her lunar mirror, Rooney will do whatever it takes to
get it back. Even if it means leaping into a pool of darkness
after it swallows Trick and her mirror. Or braving the
Plentiful Darkness, a bewitching world devoid of sky and
stars. Or begrudgingly teaming up with Trick to confront
the magician and unravel the magic that has trapped
Warybone’s children.

Holt/Macmillan (August 3, 2021)

Designed by Liz Dresner   Illustrated by Iz Ptica

@2018 by Heather Kassner

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