My Home Bay
By (author) Anne Laurel Carter
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My Home Bay by Anne Laurel Carter
Book Description"Alberta Children's Book of the Year Nominee (2004)Alberta Book Illustration of the Year Award Nominee (2004)Canadian Children's Book Centre Our Choice Selection (2004)Gwyn's family has traveled from Vancouver to Nova Scotia, where they plan to make their new home in Mahone Bay. Gwyn doesn't care for the idea at all and, in fact, has sulked from the west coast to the east, unlike her little sister, Linden, who's caught up in the adventure. Gwyn only agreed to make the trip because her parents bribed her with three promises to be filled when they reached their destination.Despite her unease, Gwyn begins to grow into this new place, and as the three promises are slowly delivered, she comes to agree with Linden that this is indeed "My Home Bay."
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Book DetailsISBN: 9780889952843
(288mm x 227mm x 10mm)
Imprint: Red Deer College Press,Canada
Publisher: Red Deer College Press,Canada
Publish Date: 1-Dec-2003
Country of Publication: Canada
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"Night would rather play hide-and-go-seek with his big sister Day than go to sleep"--Unedited summary from book.
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Author Biography - Anne Laurel Carter
Anne Laurel Carter was born in Don Mills, Ontario, in 1953. She left home at 17 to work on a kibbutz in Israel, then in England, France, and California. She returned home at 22 to complete a B.Ed. She taught in Cree communities of N. Quebec until hip dysplasia (the same condition that cripples golden retrievers) forced her to have her right hip rebuilt. It was months before she could walk again! She returned to Toronto to complete a M.Ed, and at 32-years old she got married and started a family.Alan Daniel works for publishers across North America from his Kitchener, Ontario, studio. His art is notable for its fine draftsmanship, humor and versatility of style. He is the illustrator of many children's picture books, including Bunnicula: Return to Howliday Inn, Good Families Don't, The Grand Escape, The Healing of Texas Juke and Carlotta's Kittens. Alan Daniel often collaborates with partner Lea Daniel.
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