Sincerely, Harriet, by Sarah Winifred Searle

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Sincerely, Harriet
By Sarah Winifred Searle
US$11.99, 176 Pages, Published by Graphic Universe

Harriet Flores struggles with boredom and an unrequited crush while learning to manage her chronic illness through a long, hot, 1990s summer in Chicago. She uses her imagination to cope, which sometimes gets her into trouble, as she makes up fantastical fibs and wonders if there are ghosts upstairs. One neighbor, Pearl, encourages Harriet to read and write, leading Harriet to have a breakthrough and discover the power of storytelling.

About the author: Sarah Winifred Searle originally hails from spooky New England but currently lives in sunny Perth, Australia. She’s known for graphic memoirs and fiction inspired by history and the connections between people. When she isn’t writing and drawing comics, Sarah’s favorite things are planning Dungeons & Dragons adventures with her partner, rainy day cuddles with their foster cats, and naming the lizards and bugs that live in their garden. Find out more at swinsea.com.