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  • The Battle for Duncragglinby Andrew H. Vanderwal

    Tundra 2009; US$ 19.95

    Set in the time of William Wallace, this is historical fiction at its bloody best! One of history?s most turbulent times comes to vivid life in this thrilling new novel. Twelve-year-old Alex has been raised by his uncle since his parents disappeared on a trip to Scotland many years ago. He?s resigned to spending the summer in Scotland with yet another... more...

  • Puppetby Eva Wiseman

    Tundra 2009; US$ 9.95

    A heartbreaking episode in history, explained through the story of a young servant girl in the late 1800s. The year is 1882. A young servant girl named Esther disappears from a small Hungarian village. Several Jewish men from the village of Tisza Eszvar face the ?blood libel? ? the centuries-old calumny that Jews murder Christian children for their... more...

  • She Daredby Ed Butts; Heather Collins

    Tundra 2009; US$ 8.95

    From a true-life ?Survivor Island? tale to the women who flew fighters and bombers for the Allies in World War II, Ed Butts invites you to meet twelve women who dared to live their lives on a tightrope. She Dared takes the reader to the Far North, where a single Native woman put an end to a ruinous war. There?s Molly Brant, who stepped out of the... more...

  • Miskeenby Judy Andrekson; David Parkins

    Tundra 2009; US$ 7.95

    Miskeen was born in obscurity on a Russian farm, sold to a traveling circus, and earned a reputation performing in small towns in the 1980s. He was schooled first as a liberty (rider-less) horse and then as a ?dancing? (dressage) performer. Dancing was what he did best, and he was often observed trotting on the spot whenever he heard music. He matured... more...

  • Of Mice and Nutcrackersby Richard Scrimger; Linda Hendry

    Tundra 2009; US$ 7.95

    Readers first met the Peeler family as they went on a hilarious summer road trip in The Way to Schenectady . Now winter has come and with it the school holiday pageant. Jane Peeler, who loves to be the boss at all times, is directing her class production of The Nutcracker . All does not go as well as she planned as she finds the plot of the presentation... more...

  • Room 207by Marnelle Tokio; Linda Hendry

    Tundra 2009; US$ 8.95

    The kids of Room 207 arrive at their class on the first day of school to find it has suffered ?a most grievous accident? and is covered in mysterious slime. Their teacher leads her charges to the original one-room schoolhouse that stands on the property. But the schoolroom isn?t empty ? it is inhabited by a spooky guest. The shock of being transferred... more...

  • Call Me Mimiby Francis Chalifour

    Tundra 2009; US$ 12.95

    Mimi loves flowers, crystal chandeliers, kittens, CÚline Dion?s voice, the color pink, swaths of satin, the Queen of England, and chocolate. Far, far too much chocolate. She craves beauty and her own overweight self is emphatically not beautiful, at least in her own eyes. And despite her size, she doesn?t feel whole because all she knows about her... more...

  • Season of Rageby John Cooper

    Tundra 2009; US$ 9.95

    The last place in North America where black people and white people could not sit down together to share a cup of coffee in a restaurant was not in the Deep South. It was in the small, sleepy Ontario town of Dresden. Dresden is the site of Uncle Tom?s Cabin. Slaves who made their way north through the Underground Railroad created the thriving Dawn... more...

  • Afrikaby Colleen Craig

    Tundra 2009; US$ 9.95

    For thirteen-year-old Kim, travel to South Africa with her journalist mother will mark the end of her childhood and the beginning of a remarkable journey. Expecting nothing more than three months in her mother?s homeland, Kim comes to terms with the country?s diverse and often shocking history. The Truth and Reconciliation Hearings in post-apartheid... more...

  • Almost Edenby Anita Horrocks

    Tundra 2009; US$ 9.95

    It is the hot prairie summer of her twelfth year and Elsie is at a crossroads. Her beloved mother who is mentally ill has been hospitalized, and Elsie thinks that the breakdown is all her fault. Mental illness is simply not discussed in Elsie?s close-knit Mennonite community and she is rudderless. Nothing Elsie does seems to go right: there?s no pleasing... more...