This intensely drawn fantasy novel for young adults explores the complications arising from a blind acceptance of history, and the universal dilemmas facing a young person who is forced to grow up.
“Wind Shifter is a powerful novel that will give young readers plenty to think about.”
– Quill & Quire.
This fantasy novel will provide an excellent base for adventure-myth study.
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Barbour, Douglas. “Snow Dragon breathes the magic of life's journey.” Edmonton Journal . November 26, 1995. F7.
Bellingham, Brenda. Children's Book News , Canadian Children's Book Centre 19.1 (Winter 1996): 16.
Benoit, Bonnie. “Editor's guest reviews.” Dandelion 24.1 (1997): 79.
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Jenkinson, Dave. Canadian Children's Literature (July 1996): 68-9.
Lyons, Terri L. “Making wizards work together.” Canadian Children's Literature 82 (1996): 94.
*Teacher Resource Guide
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