Ingrid Law has sold shoes, worked in a bookstore, helped other people get jobs and assembled boxes for frozen eggplant burgers. She and her 12-year-old daughter live in Boulder, Colorado, in a lovely old mobile home that they like to believe is a cross between a spaceship and a shoe box. They enjoy writing on its walls and painting on its ceiling, and have two harps, a flute and a ukulele, as well as a fondness for muffins.
Ingrid Law recommends
The Rise and Fall of Mount Majestic (2010)
Brett Helquist and Jennifer Trafton
"Magical! A buoyant, lively debut."
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"Rich with music, magic, and devotion to friends and family, the world of Sparkers will ignite your imagination."
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