Lucy is not allowed to have a pet, but that doesn’t stop her from embarking on a surreal adventure with a smoky, swirling, translucent shadow cat that appears one night through her bedroom wall. Translated from its original Swedish, the story progresses with an edgy tone popular in Scandinavian children’s literature, while dreamy watercolor artwork in twilight hues hints at a darker magic lurking as Lucy and her cat prowl the parks and streets at night.
Pallas Gates McCorquodale
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