Mariah Marsden spent her childhood hunting for faeries amidst the old hills of the Missouri Ozarks. A former children's librarian and co-author of Anne of Green Gables: A Graphic Novel, she earned her MFA in Creative Writing & Media Arts from the University of Missouri-Kansas City and is now a PhD candidate in English at The Ohio State University. She writes about the dreams and difficulties of girlhood, the folklore of her region, and the complexities of rural life. She's still on the lookout for faeries. Hanna Luechtefeld spent the early part of their childhood in New Hampshire, the later part in Missouri, and all of it in the woods. Long afternoons filled with outdoor adventure gave them a flair for the creative and a love of storytelling. They graduated from the University of Central Missouri in 2019 with degrees in graphic design and illustration and a passion for zines and DIY comics. Today, Hanna lives in Kansas City, where they help run a local art gallery and music venue. When not preparing for a zine fest, you can find them outside: mountain biking, roller blading, or hiking. Someday, they hope to have a backyard secret garden of their own.
A new take on a beloved story that will delight readers young and old. (School Library Journal) Another wondrous installment in the retold children's classics series. (Booklist Online) Frances Hodgson Burnett's classic book is beautifully presented in this charming graphic novel. (Youth Service Book Reviews)