During a camping trip, 11-year-old Lee finds herself on a rough trail in a Vancouver Island forest. Halfway to an abandoned homestead, Lee trips and is knocked unconscious. She awakens in a world unfamiliar -- all the usual landmarks have disappeared and the terrain is unpopulated except for a strange trailer and a herd of dogs. Lee investigates only to find an ornery woman at an easel who says she's Emily Carr, and a family from the Depression-torn Prairies illegally logging the island's mighty cedars.
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(209mm x 133mm x 8mm)
Publisher: Press Porcepic,Ontario
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Author Biography -
Ann Alma's books appears on the children's books bestseller lists and on the British Columbia government's recommended reading lists. She lives on a hobby farm in the West Kootenay mountains near Nelson, British Columbia.