Who saves the world? - Page 2

All signs point to pigeons and 13-year-old girls in Michelle Tea's latest YA fantasy trilogy starter

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Pigeon talk: Cover art from 'Mermaid in Chelsea Creek'
ILLUSTRATIONS BY JASON POLAN

Ultimately, the book becomes what all Tea projects tend to be: assertions that survival is possible, if not inevitable — and that through achieving survival, we make the world a better place. Not all pigeons talk, but everyone deserves the freaky, feathered friends they need to get them through the summer. 

MICHELLE TEA

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