Eona Hits Number 5 with a Bullet

Melbourne author Alison Goodman’s fantasy children’s book Eona has debuted at number five on the New York Times best-seller list in its category. The children’s chapter book best-seller list lists best-selling books intended to be read by children aged between seven and ten. The name refers to the fact that most of these lavishlly-illustrated books are divided into short chapters. Alison Goodman has published books for children and young adults since 1998, when her debut novel Singing the Dogstar Blues was published. She has previously been a DJ O'Hearn Memorial Fellow at the University of Melbourne.

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