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  • Brigadierby Judy Andrekson; David Parkins

    Tundra 2009; US$ 7.95

    The true story of a gentle hero who won hearts and affection for his commitment to ?serve and protect.? A big boy right from the start, Brig was a Belgian draft cross, or grade horse, with just the right temperament to earn his place on the Mounted Unit of the Toronto Police Department. Brigadier was a golden chestnut with four white socks, and... more...

  • Fostaby Judy Andrekson; David Parkins

    Tundra 2009; US$ 7.95

    If nature had taken its course, Fosta would never have lived. But thanks to quick and loving intervention, the plucky little foal did survive. In the first few moments of his life, he was stolen from his dame by an expectant mare. When she had no milk to give him, he had to be fostered by a third ?mother? since his own refused to take him back. From... more...

  • JB Andrewby Judy Andrekson; David Parkins

    Tundra 2009; US$ 7.95

    He was born, wild and free, in the vast mountainous scrublands of Nevada. Until he was a year old, no human hand touched him, though he knew something of the danger people represented to the herd. But one fateful day, the herd was chased by a huge black creature in the sky, and the yearling was separated from his mother. In blind panic he ran, but... more...

  • Little Squireby Judy Andrekson; David Parkins

    Tundra 2009; US$ 7.99

    Little Squire was born in an Irish meadow on an early spring day. The colt was beautifully formed with strong, straight legs and a pretty head. But due to his small size, it was unlikely he would be more than a nice child?s riding pony. By the following spring, the yearling was separated from his mother and turned out to pasture with the other weanlings.... more...

  • Don't Go Near the Water!by Veronika Martenova Charles; David Parkins

    Tundra 2009; US$ 5.95

    Having been warned to stay away from the high waters of the local creek, the boys? imaginations run as swiftly as the stream. Before they know it, they have scared themselves silly with stories like The Children with Green Teeth , from Britain; The Deadly Beach , from Hawaii; and The Waterman , from Central Europe. From the Trade Paperback edition.... more...

  • Silent in an Evil Timeby Jack Batten

    Tundra 2009; US$ 16.95

    Dutiful nurse, hospital matron, courageous resistance fighter, Edith Cavell was all of these. A British citizen, the forty-eight-year-old Cavell was matron of an institute for nurses in the suburbs of Brussels at the outbreak of World War I. Dedicated to the methods of Florence Nightingale, her intelligence and ferocious sense of duty had transformed... more...

  • SOS: Stories of Survivalby Ed Butts

    Tundra 2009; US$ 14.95

    Everyone?s life is touched at some time by disaster. But some disasters loom so large they are international events. The stories of those who live through such devastating events such as earthquakes, tsunamis, hurricanes, fires, and floods are both heartbreaking and compelling. Often they are inspiring and uplifting. SOS: Stories of Survival tells... more...

  • Afterby Francis Chalifour

    Tundra 2009; US$ 7.95

    Nominated for the Governor General's Literary Awards 2005, (Children's Literature, Text) Fifteen-year-old Francis?s father has committed suicide and nothing will be the same again. Suicide is ugly, unglamorous, and it is never a solution. Its aftermath is dreadful. At first, Francis feels a terrible guilt. Could he have been a better son? What... more...

  • Working Like a Dogby Gena K. Gorrell

    Tundra 2009; US$ 16.95

    Winner of The 2003 ASPCA Henry Bergh Children?s Book Award Included on VOYA ?s ninth annual Nonfiction Honor List Since the first hungry wolf bravely approached an ancient cooking fire and was rewarded with a scrap of meat, our lives and the lives of dogs have been interwoven. Dogs have worked for us as warriors with ammunition strapped to their... more...

  • Earthly Astonishmentsby Marthe Jocelyn

    Tundra 2009; US$ 7.95

    In the late nineteenth century, in a dot of a town called Westley, lives the smallest girl in the world. Josephine stands only twenty-two inches high and her parents charge gawkers a penny a piece to see her ? until they realize that the headmistress of MacLaren Academy for Girls will pay even more. At the Academy Josephine is treated like a slave... more...