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Wee Sister Strange: 04/19/19
Wee Sister Strange by Holly Grant and K.G. Campbell (illustrations) is a picture book metafiction horror about a magical girl who lives by herself in the woods and does all these magical things and has adventures.
As the Dadaist poem progresses, wee sister strange begins to make her way towards the sound of someone reading a bedtime story. As the story concludes, it's revealed to be the very book that contains her story!
This sort, strange book fits beautifully in the road narrative spectrum. It's an FF66FF or orphan home cornfield. We sister strange lives by herself and may even be the only one of her kind (FF) — giving her the ultimate levels of orphan magic. She has a home in the middle of the woods, but is also traveling to your home (66)! Her starting route is via a wooded area near water, which as I've described before, is a tkaronto. See my review of Three Years with the Rat by Jay Hosking for more information.
For a deeper spectrum reading of this book, please see FF66FF: orphan home cornfield. The link is listed below.