YOUNG READERS/CHILDREN’S TITLES B 23
Sixteen-year-old Darrah knows it was wrong to pull the fire alarm, but she doesn’t know how wrong until she finds herself part of a Restorative Justice circle, along with an RCMP officer, and has to face the consequences of her actions.
“The story is an intuitive, modern-day coming-of-age tale that explores weighty themes — family, friendship, yearning, and loss — in a nuanced and age-appropriate manner.”
QUILL & QUIRE
978-1-55380-259-4 B e-book 978-1-55380-260-0 B 5-1/4 x 7-5/8 B 214 pp B $11.95 B NOVEL, AGES 12 & UP
Hannah & the Spindle Whorl
Carol Anne Shaw
When Hannah finds a beautiful Salish spindle whorl in a cave, little does she know that she will soon be back amid its original owners — with a mystic raven, a fearsome Sasquatch, and European settlers who are about to bring devastation to the First Nations people.
“Engrossing good fun . . . a treat for young (and young at heart) readers.”
Silver Medal, Moonbeam Children’s Book Award
Shortlisted for Chocolate Lily & ForeWord Book of the Year Awards
978-1-55380-103-0 B e-book 978-1-55380-114-6 B 5-1/4 x 7-5/8 B 242 pp B $12.95 B NOVEL, AGES 10 & UP
Hannah & the Salish Sea
Selected for Best Books for Kids & Teens
Carol Anne Shaw
The second book in the “Hannah” series begins with poachers moving into Cowichan Bay forcing Hannah and Izzy, her new First Nations friend, and boyfriend Max, into a desperate struggle to save the lives of the endangered animals.
“A delightful evocation of West Coast island life, complete with poachers, grow-ops, First Nations legends and two adventurous and confused fourteen-year-olds.”
978-1-55380-233-4 B e-book 978-1-55380-234-1 B 5-1/4 x 7-5/8 B 272 pp B $11.95 B NOVEL, AGES 10 & UP