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Shadows of Disaster

Tragic Links

Cathy Beveridge

Shortlisted for Golden Eagle, Rocky Mountain, Diamond Willow & Red Cedar Awards

Cathy Beveridge

In this fascinating historical novel, twelve-year-old Jolene travels back in time to the year 1903 and finds herself in the coal-mining town of Frank on the eve of Canada’s deadliest rockslide.

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In the fourth novel in her best-selling series of Canadian disasters, Beveridge takes Jolene back in time to two Quebec disasters: the Quebec Bridge collapse of 1907 and the Laurier Palace Theatre fire of 1927.

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T r a g i c L I N K S

A novel in the Canadian Disaster Seri



Bronze Medal, Moonbeam Children’s Book Awards


Broken Trail

Cathy Beveridge

Jean Rae Baxter

The third volume in Cathy Beveridge’s series of YA novels about major Canadian disasters once again features Jolene and her twin brother Michael. This time they find themselves in Goderich, battling for their lives when they are shipwrecked on Lake Huron in the “Great Storm” of 1913.

In 1780, in the middle of the American Revolution, 13-year-old Broken Trail is caught between conflicting worlds. White by birth but Oneida by adoption, he must choose between two ways of life. Or is there a third and better way?

Chaos in Halifax

The Way Lies North

Cathy Beveridge

Jean Rae Baxter

Once again, Jolene ventures back in time. With her twin brother Michael, she finds herself in the midst of the Halifax Explosion of 1917. When Michael attempts to change history, the twins are led to the brink of destruction. A compelling sequel to Shadows of Disaster.

This fascinating story of the United Empire Loyalists tells how Charlotte Hooper is forced to flee the violence of the American Revolution. During her flight north, she makes friends with the Mohawk people and develops such strength and integrity that she is renamed “Woman of Two Worlds.”

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Resource Links Year’s Best Books

Gold Medal, Moonbeam Children’s Book Award, Selected for Best Books for Kids & Teens

Shortlisted for Golden Eagle Award

Shortlisted for Red Maple & Stellar Awards, Selected for Best Books for Kids & Teens

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