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  • The Breadwinnerby Deborah Ellis

    Groundwood Books 2011; US$ 8.95

    One day, Parvana's father is arrested by the Taliban -- the extreme religious faction that controls Afghanistan -- and the family is left without anyone to earn money and shop for food. Forbidden to work as a girl, Parvana must transform herself into a boy to save her family. The Breadwinner is the award-winning first book in The Breadwinner Trilogy.... more...

  • The Breadwinner Trilogyby Deborah Ellis

    Groundwood Books 2011; US$ 16.95

    Deborah Ellis? trilogy has been a phenomenal success, both critically and commercially. Now young readers can experience this entire epic story in one volume. The Breadwinner is set in Afghanistan, where 11-year-old Parvana lives with her family in a bombed-out apartment building in Kabul. When her father is arrested for the crime of having a foreign... more...

  • Money Boyby Paul Yee

    Groundwood Books 2011; US$ 9.95

    Ray Liu knows he should be happy. He lives in a big suburban house with all the latest electronic gadgets, and even finds plenty of time to indulge in his love of gaming. He needs the escape. It?s tough getting grades that will please his army veteran father, when speaking English is still a struggle. And he can?t quite connect with his gang at high... more...

  • Girl from Marsby Tamara Bach; Shelley Tanaka

    Groundwood Books 2011; US$ 8.95

    Fifteen-year-old Miriam is having stupid arguments with her mother, is bored to death in class, and is trying to get excited by the same old parties with the same old friends in the same old town. She wishes she lived in a big city where she could meet new people and experience new things. In other words, like 15-year-olds everywhere, Miriam is waiting... more...

  • Hey, Dad!by Brian Doyle

    Groundwood Books 2011; US$ 6.95

    In Brian Doyle's first book, teenager Megan dreads making a road trip all the way across the country with her parents and younger brother Ryan. Her father's tendency to joke doesn't help. She'd rather stay home and be president of the Down with Boys Club any day. But she has no choice. She has to endure endless driving, being trapped in a car with... more...

  • Democracyby James Laxer

    Groundwood Books 2011; US$ 9.95

    Democracy explains the rise of this form of government and how women and minorities struggled for and won democratic rights for themselves. In clear prose, author James Laxer relates the story of the replacement of Communist regimes in the Soviet Union and Eastern Europe by ostensibly democratic political systems. In some of these countries, he... more...

  • Being Muslimby Haroon Siddiqui

    Groundwood Books 2011; US$ 9.95

    Long a charged topic in the West, Islam has become incendiary since 9/11, drawing heated reactions from both defenders and critics. The two sides rarely talk, and when they try neither seems to listen. Equally helpful for Muslims and non-Muslims, this book is a cross-cultural attempt to bridge these worlds. Based on the author's travels in Muslim... more...

  • Mary Ann Aliceby Brian Doyle

    Groundwood Books 2011; US$ 5.95

    In this brillant and poetic novel, Brian Doyle returns to the Gatineau River near Ottawa, the world of his novels Up to Low and Uncle Ronald. Mary Ann Alice McCrank was named for the pretty church bell in the steeple of St. Martin's Church in the Martindale. She has the soul of a poet and Mickey McGuire Jr. is in love with her.Mary Ann Alice is passionately... more...

  • Skudby Dennis Foon

    Groundwood Books 2011; US$ 9.95

    Skud is gritty, disturbing, and smart: a story about the last year of high school as told by four intense young men facing their individual demons. Tommy, Brad, Andy, and Shane are all making their uncertain way to a life outside school. Tommy, a model student, is heading for the military to fly fighter jets, in order to free himself from his abusive... more...

  • You Can Pick Me Up at Peggy's Coveby Brian Doyle

    Groundwood Books 2011; US$ 6.95

    Ryan?s dad is having a midlife crisis. He went away for the summer to try to work through his problems, leaving his family behind. Ryan?s mother decides to send Ryan to Peggy?s Cove, the most beautiful cove in the world, for the summer to stay with his Aunt Fay, who owns and operates a store there. Peggy?s Cove is all right, Ryan thinks, if it weren?t... more...