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LAUREN SOLOY has lived on both coasts of Canada, always within reach of the sea. She has a Visual Arts BFA with Honours from the University of Victoria, and a certificate of Fine Furniture from Camosun College. Along the way, she has learned to make a Queen Anne Highboy, a pottery mug, a hand knit pair of socks, a headstand and a mess. She lives in a 140-year-old house in the wilds of Nova Scotia with her librarian husband, two curious children, an ever-expanding collection of books, two hives of bees and one cat. Her first book, When Emily Was Small, was called “an altogether mystical yet accessibly grounded story” in a Kirkus starred review.
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