A House Without Mirrors
Winner of the Astrid Lindgren Award
There is little cheer in the twenty room house without mirrors where Thomasine lives with her father, and wider family. One night, she directs Signe, her silent cousin, to hide in the octagonal room during a game with her cousins. What Signe discovers and shares with Thomasine, reveals the hidden truths to the family. ‘A House Without Mirrors‘ is a powerful, text perfect, meaningful allegory about life and death. Bookwagon recommends this title to older readers.