Jo Treggiari has the most imaginatively powerful voice in young people’s
fiction since the likes of Roald Dahl, Madeleine L’Engle and L. Frank Baum.
I love her work.

Abigail Thomas, author of A Three Dog Life (Harcourt, 2006)

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The Curious Misadventures of Feltus Ovalton
has it all – quirky, memorable characters, a terrific,
action-packed plot and importantly, a sense of humor.
Sophisticated and imaginative, it’s the ideal book for smart kids
and their parents too. I love it.

Alison Gaylin, author of Hide Your Eyes,
and You Kill Me (Penguin Group, 2005)