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In a Glass Grimmly, by Adam Gidwitz. A follow-up to Gidwitz’s A Tale Dark and Grimm, “which expands to include Andersen’s fairy tales, as well,” says Gerard. “This is very exciting for anyone who loves contemporary fairy tale retellings, and all who love Adam Gidwitz.” Note, also, the awesome cover art. This is not your grandmother’s Jack and the Beanstalk. (Penguin, Dutton Childrens; September 27

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