June Callwood: A Life of Action
Ages 9 to 12 years. This biography is the first ever for young readers on the inspiring life of June Callwood, one of Canada's greatest writers and humanitarians. Filled with images and details of June's life from her humble beginnings in small-town Ontario to her present-day, much-lauded life in Toronto, June Callwood gives children everywhere important questions and issues to ponder.
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