A whimsical tale of a haunted attic, a sibling friendship, and a magical adventure.
"...such a charming story. My grandchildren were delighted by the stunning illustrations. The love between the sister and brother were refreshing and the whimsical nature of the magic is just perfecrt..." -- Suki Schorer
Marjorie Thompson is senior faculty at Pacific Northwest Ballet School where she teaches in the school and for the company.
Before turning sixteen, George Balachine asked Ms. Thompson to join his New York Cirty Ballet Company. Marjorie had the great privilege of performing in Stars and Stripes for JFK at his 1st inaugural anniversary. She performed in A Midsummer Night's Dream at the opening of the New York State Theater at Lincoln Center. In addition to performing in the premieres of numerous ballets, Marjorie danced on tour in the US and Europe, and in the televised broadcasts of The Four Temperaments and the film version of A Midsummer Night's Dream.
This is her first book.