Winds Through Time: An Anthology of Canadian Historical Young Adult Fiction
Dundurn, Sep 1, 2006 - Juvenile Fiction - 162 pages
For ages 9-13. For this young adult anthology, Ann Walsh has selected fifteen captivating stories written by well-known authors from across the country. Each contributor has penned a dramatic account of a real episode in Canadian history. From mine disasters to scarlet fever epidemics, from the Great War to the Gold Rush, these writers breathe life into the tales of our ancestors and tell stories only history could have imagined.
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