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Duncan, Dave. Sir Stalwart, Avon Books, 1999. Volume one in the series The King's Daggers which runs parallel to the author's The King's Blades. The setting is a little like the England of Henry the Eighth, but with sorcery as well as swords and court intrigue.

Ellis, Sarah. "News from the North." The Horn Book (October 1984): 661. Contains a positive analysis of Hughes's merit as an author of imaginative writing for young people.

Hughes, Monica. The Crystal Drop, Stoddard, 1992. In this near-future science fiction novel, an orphaned brother and sister must leave their drought-stricken farm to look for their uncle and his land.

Hughes, Monica. The Golden Aquarians, Stoddard, 1994. A boy from Earth goes with his father to be part of a terraforming project on the planet Aqua.

Hughes, Monica. The Promise, Stoddard, 1989. Sequel to Sandwriter. The daughter of Antia and Jodril becomes Sandwriter's apprentice.

Kernaghan, Eileen. Dance of the Snow...

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