Set in the beautiful environs of the Canadian East Coast, this novel draws the reader into the struggles of two troubled teens whose encounter helps them to confront and overcome their problems.
An excellent starting point for giving students the opportunity to reflect on family values and their effect on the life pressures of teens.
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Campbell, Marie. “Foregrounding Narrative Voice.” Canadian Children's Literature No. 75 (1994): 75-6.
Heiman, Carolyn. “Juvenile readers should love these books.” Victoria Times-Colonist . December 13, 1992. M4.
Henderson, Jay. “New books make for great stocking stuffers.” Cochrane This Week . December 8, 1992. 14.
Jenkinson, Dave. Canadian Book Review Annual (1993): 330.
MacCallum, Elizabeth. “Grandfather knows best.” Globe and Mail . June 12, 1993.
Mackey, Margaret. Canadian Materials (October 1992): 272.
Mahoney, Anne Louise. “Starred Review.” Quill & Quire . (July 1992).
Powers, Maureen. “Novel reveals pitfalls of peer pressure.” Saskatoon Star-Phoenix . July 25, 1992. D11.
“YA winners.” Atlantic Books Today (Fall 1992).
*Teacher Resource Guide
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