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Claire Legrand


Claire Legrand

Claire Legrand earned her BA in English literature and her MS in Library Science from the University of North Texas. She lives in New York City.

Claire Legrand

Books by Claire Legrand

Written by Claire Legrand with illustrations by Jaime Zollars - Adventure, Animals , Children's 8-12, Fantasy, Fiction, Friendship

Orphan. Thief. Witch. 12 year-old Quicksilver lives as a thief in the sleepy town of Willow-on-the-River. Her only companions are her faithful dog and partner in crime, Fox --- and Sly Boots, the shy boy who lets her live in his attic when it’s too cold to sleep on the rooftops. It’s a lonesome life, but Quicksilver is used to being alone. When you are alone, no one can hurt you. No one can abandon you. Then one day Quicksilver discovers that she can perform magic. Real magic. The kind that isn’t supposed to exist anymore. Magic is forbidden, but Quicksilver nevertheless wants to learn more. 

by Stefan Bachmann, Emma Trevayne, Claire Legrand, and Katherine Catmull - Horror

A collection of 36 eerie, mysterious, intriguing, and very short stories. THE CABINET OF CURIOSITIES is perfect for fans of Alvin Schwartz's SCARY STORIES TO TELL IN THE DARK and anyone who relishes a good creepy tale. Great for reading alone or reading aloud at camp or school! 

by Claire Legrand - Youth Fiction
Olivia Stellatella has just moved into the city’s dark, broken-down concert hall to save her family money, and her only friend is Igor, an ornery stray cat. Just when she thinks life couldn’t get any weirder, she meets four ghosts who haunt the hall. They need Olivia’s help—if the hall is torn down, they’ll be stuck as ghosts forever, never able to move on.
by Claire Legrand - Fantasy, Fiction, Mystery, Young Adult 10+

Victoria hates nonsense. There is no need for it when your life is perfect. The only smudge on her pristine life is her best friend Lawrence. He is a disaster --- lazy and dreamy, shirt always untucked, obsessed with his silly piano. But then Lawrence goes missing. And he’s not the only one. Victoria soon discovers that The Cavendish Home for Boys and Girls is not what it appears to be.