Sarah Beth Durst

Sarah Beth Durst is the author of the young adult novels Vessel, Drink Slay Love, Enchanted Ivy, and Ice, as well as the middle-grade novels Into the Wild and Out of the Wild. She has twice been a finalist for SWFA’s Andre Norton Award, for both Ice and Into the Wild. Sarah lives with her husband and children in Stony Brook, New York. Visit her at SarahBethDurst.com.


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Reinventing the Tale

Today, Sarah Beth Durst reviews Gail Carson Levine's Ella Enchanted in our third installment of the Fairy Tales Revisited Series. For "...

Reinventing the Tale
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