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The Girl Who Wouldn’t Brush Her Hair

by Kate Bernheimer & Jake Parker
August 2014
6 x 7.5 | 167 pages
Trade Paper

Publisher’s Description: No one has done more for the contemporary fairy tale than Kate Bernheimer. In eight new stories, she leads us into a forest of everyday magic and misfits, where dinosaurs wear pajamas and talking dolls ruin your life. Elegant and brutal, Bernheimer’s lat- est collection locates the existential loveliness of ideas amidst the topsy-turvy logic of things. This collection renews classic stories with intelligent wonder. Like one of Bernheimer’s girls, whose hands of steel turn to flowers, the reader will marvel.

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