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    Adrian and the Tree of Secrets Hubert, Marie Caillou
    9781551525563 Paperback JUVENILE FICTION / Comics & Graphic Novels Publication Date:September 15, 2014
    $18.95 CAD 6.5 x 8 x 0.47 in | 0.77 lb | 128 pages Carton Quantity:30 Canadian Rights: Y Arsenal Pulp Press
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      A bittersweet graphic novel about a nerdy teenaged boy who falls in love with the cool kid at school.

      Adrian isn't very happy these days. He lives in a small town and goes to a Catholic high school. He wears glasses, secretly reads philosophy books, and wishes he had more muscles. He's dogged by a strict mother, bullied by fellow players on the soccer field, and chastised by the school principal, who considers rumors about Adrian being gay as a sign that he is "ill." But Jeremy, the coolest kid at school, thinks otherwise; he takes Adrian on scooter trips, where they end up in Jeremy's secret treehouse stealing kisses. Adrian finds himself falling in love, until Jeremy's girlfriend rats them out, sending Jeremy into a tailspin of embarrassment. What will become of Adrian?

      Adrian and the Tree of Secrets is a poignant, beautifully illustrated graphic novel about first love, growing up, and having the courage to be true to yourself.

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      Hubert studied at the School of Fine Arts in Angers, where he first set his career sights on comics. He has written a number of graphic novels and comic series in French, including one that has been translated into English: Miss Don't Touch Me, Vols. 1 and 2, a graphic novel series set in Paris in the 1930s. He lives in Paris.



      Marie Caillou studied Fine Arts in Strasbourg, France, and then in 1995 went to Brussels to study animation. She has directed short animated films, including a series entitled Peur(s) du Noir (Fear of the Dark). This is her first book to appear in English. She lives in Paris.

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      Visually beautiful, and using both dialogue and captivating images, Adrian and the Tree of Secrets lets Adrian's story unfold panel after panel ... This graphic novel is a sensitive reminder that there are still plenty of [gay teens like] Adrian's out there, and despite great leaps forward, isolation and harassment remain a reality for many LGBT youth around the world. -About.com LGBT Teens
      Rendered in crisp lines filled in with shades of blue, green, brown, and salmon, Marie Caillou's graphics astutely emphasize Hubert's affecting narrative about life beyond black and white. -BookDragon
      Author and artist expertly balance naivete and worldliness, from both Jeremy and Adrian, allowing readers to empathize with both. The ambiguous ending could serve as a conversation starter that gets teens talking about society's and religion's rules and how challenging it can be as individuals to carve one's own path. -Shelf Awareness
      Writer Hubert and illustrator Marie Caillou explore the emotional fraught world of gay adolescence in this beautifully rendered graphic novel. -Lambda Literary
      In the spirit of Alison Bechdel and other comic artists opting for realism over fantasy as their storytelling methods, a new graphic novel depicts the difficulties of growing up as a closeted gay man ... Adrian's adventures are imbued with thoughtful discussions of art and literature, and are made touchingly relatable by illustrator Marie Caillou. -Huffington Post
      Filled with crisp shapes of flat color and precise, geometric lines, Caillou's illustrations capture the restrained quality of Adrian's life, while the serene, muted palette of calm blues and sunset pinks serves as a sharp contrast to the casual cruelty Adrian faces in his community. Her figures and facial expressions are equally impressive, and she artfully depicts meaningful emotions during wordless passages. This French import will find an easy audience among teen fans of realistic graphic novels. -Booklist
      Listed as juvenile fiction, Adrian has the kind of emotional gut-punch not uncommon in modern young adult novels. -The Advocate
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    A Moose Goes a-Mummering Lisa Dalrymple Canada, David Sturge
    9781771030502 Paperback JUVENILE FICTION / Holidays & Celebrations Age (years) from 4 - 8 Publication Date:October 01, 2014
    $12.95 CAD 8.4 x 8.4 x 0.2 in | 140 gr | 32 pages Carton Quantity:117 Canadian Rights: Y Breakwater Books Ltd.
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      In this Newfoundland "Twelve Days of Christmas," Chris Moose loves to go mummering. But everyone, from 2 giggling geese to 12 blushing beavers, see through his festive costume. With bobbles, lights and garlands, Chris' disguise grows more and more elaborate until he begins to wonder if he will ever find a way to keep his true identity from his friends!
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      Lisa Dalrymple lives in Fergus Ontario with her husband and their three children. She has written other books for Creative, including If It's No Trouble... A Big Polar Bear and Bubbly Troubly Polar Bear. Her picture book, Skink on the Brink, was a Starred Selection in Best Books for Kids and Teens, Fall 2013 and it won the 2011 Writing for Children Award of The Writers' Union of Canada.

      David Sturge is a graphic designer and illustrator who was born and raised in St. John's, Newfoundland where he currently resides. He studied commercial art and graphic design at The College of The North Atlantic. David has previously illustrated, On Poppy's Beach (Creative, 2013).



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      "If It's No Trouble ... A Big Polar Bear" is still a rib-tickling adventure that children and grown-ups will enjoy following.And readers, adult ones especially, will appreciate how the book incorporates aspects of Newfoundland and Labrador's heritage and culture. (Review for If it's no Trouble, A Big Polar Bear. Darrell Squires, The Western Star

      " The bright cheerful illustrations help create a sense of playfulness and whimsy, and the story begs to be read aloud with its litany of falling, prancing and squelching critters who each find some new item to Chris's costume. While youngsters will love the familiarity of the format, they will equally enjoy the new element that Chris Moose brings to this timeless classic." Lisa Doucet, Atlantic Books Today

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    Jellybean Mouse Philip Roy Canada, Andrea Torrey Balsara
    9781553803447 Hardcover JUVENILE FICTION / General On Sale Date:October 15, 2014 Print Run:4000
    $12.95 CAD 9 x 9 x 0.37 in | 350 gr | 32 pages Carton Quantity:42 Canadian Rights: Y Ronsdale Press
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      Jellybean Mouse is the second tale in the exciting new picture book series, "Happy the Pocket Mouse." When a "boring" trip to the laundromat to wash their clothes frustrates Happy's insatiable appetite for adventure (and neither the skating rink nor the bowling alley can entice John away from their mundane task), Happy arrives at the laundromat in a funk, only to come face-to-face with his first jellybean machine. Thrilled with the discovery, Happy is confounded for a second time when John explains that he has only enough quarters for the wash. Refusing to give up, Happy makes a careful reconnaissance beneath the washing machines until he finds a quarter of his own. But the stingy machine conspires against the treasure seeking mouse, steals his quarter, and refuses to release its jellybeans. Unwilling to accept defeat, Happy convinces John to tilt the machine until its sweet treasure spills out in abundance. No adventure is too small for a mouse with a prodigious appetite.
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      Philip Roy travels back and forth between his homes in Antigonish, Nova Scotia, and St. Marys, Ontario. This series of picture books for children complements Philip's "Submarine Outlaw" series for young readers. Visit www.philiproy.ca. Andrea Torrey Balsara has illustrated her own stories for children as well as numerous books by other storytellers. She lives in Bowmanville, Ontario. Visit www.torreybalsara.com.
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    Dipnetting with Dad Willie Sellars Canada, Kevin Easthope
    9781927575536 Board book JUVENILE FICTION / People & Places Publication Date:September 15, 2014
    $19.95 CAD 9.7 x 8.7 x 0.4 in | 380 gr | 48 pages Carton Quantity:40 Canadian Rights: Y Caitlin Press
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      BUMP, BUMP—SLAP, river sockeye salmon are pulled onto shore!

      Set in the beautiful landscape of the Cariboo Chilcotin region, Dipnetting with Dad is a delightful and colourful story of a father teaching his son the Secwepemc method of fishing known as dipnetting. Together they visit the Sweat Lodge, mend the nets, select the best fishing spot, and catch and pack their fish through rugged bush back to the family home for traditional preparation.

      In his first book, Williams Lake Indian Band member Willie Sellars captures family values, the importance of storytelling, community living and coming of age in one of BC’s oldest cultures. Debut artist Kevin Easthope’s contemporary and dynamic illustrations bring the characters to life as they jump off the page and pull you into their world.

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      Willie Sellars is a band member of the Williams Lake Indian Band (T'exelc), which is located fifteen minutes south of the city of Williams Lake, BC. Living on the reserve for the majority of his life, he has been going dip-net fishing with his dad and uncles since he was seven years old. He is currently in his second term as a Councillor for the Williams Lake Indian Band and works closely with the departments of Economic Development and Natural Resources. Willie is married and has two beautiful children, Cash and Milah, and keeps himself busy practicing his culture and playing sports. Kevin Easthope was born and raised in Williams Lake, BC. He attended UBC Okanagan where he graduated with a bachelor of fine arts degree in 2008. His artistic work spans a variety of mediums including oil painting, graphite and graphic design. While he is an artist and musician, he presently makes a living fighting forest fires for the province of British Columbia. DIPNETTING WITH DAD is his first children's book.
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    White Oneida, The Jean Rae Baxter Canada
    9781553803324 Paperback JUVENILE FICTION / Historical On Sale Date:January 09, 2014 Print Run:1250
    $11.95 CAD 5.75 x 7.63 x 0.72 in | 320 gr | 280 pages Carton Quantity:22 Canadian Rights: Y Ronsdale Press
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      In her fourth historical novel dealing with British North America and the American Revolution, Jean Rae Baxter focuses on Broken Trail, a young boy who was born white but captured and adopted by the Oneida people. The great Mohawk leader Thayendanegea - known to Euro-Canadians as Joseph Brant - has chosen Broken Trail to assist him in the daunting task of uniting all the tribes and nations with the goal of establishing a country of their own. In preparation, Broken Trail must attend a Christian boarding school for native youth, where he soon finds that he has to gain the trust of young men from many different tribes whose ancient enmities lie barely concealed beneath the surface. With the help of Yellowbird, the only woman student, he discovers that the school - racist in the extreme - is a place of secrets where appearances can be deceiving and loyalty is sometimes proven in unexpected ways. As a first step, Brant sends Broken Trail on a long journey to meet with Tecumseh, the young Shawnee leader, to begin the work of union. In this tale of intrigue and adventure, Baxter once again demonstrates her ability to convert the past into living history.
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      Jean Rae Baxter writes for both an adult general audience and for young readers. The Way Lies North (2007) won the Arts Hamilton Award for a young reader novel and was nominated for the Red Maple and Stellar awards, Broken Train won the gold medal in the Moonbeam Awards, and Freedom Bound won the bronze medal. Jean lives in Hamilton where she is one of the organizers of the Lit Live Reading Series and serves as co-chair of Arts Hamilton Literary Advisory Committee. Visit jeanraebaxter.ca.
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    Project Superhero E. Paul Zehr Canada, Kris Pearn Canada
    9781770411807 Hardcover JUVENILE FICTION / Technology Age (years) exact 8 On Sale Date:September 01, 2014
    $13.95 CAD 5.5 x 8.5 x 1 in | 224 pages Carton Quantity:1 Canadian Rights: Y ECW Press
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      Join 13-year-old Jessie as she keeps a diary of her class’s yearlong research project on superheroes, which culminates in the Superhero Slam: a head-to-head debate battle! It’s shy, comics-obsessed Jessie’s dream come true . . . and worst nightmare. She decides to champion Batgirl, a regular person (albeit with major talent and training under her utility belt), and soon Jessie wonders what it would take to be Batgirl. Will she prove to her best friends, Cade and Audrey, that she’s more than a sidekick? Can she take down archenemy Dylan at the Slam?

      Combining science facts, lively illustrations, and comic-book trivia with actual correspondence from superhumans such as NYPD Sergeant Mike Bruen, Olympian Clara Hughes, and Captain Marvel writer Kelly Sue DeConnick, Project Superhero is a celebration of the heroes among us and of one girl’s super-secret identity: herself.

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      E. Paul Zehr, a professor at the University of Victoria, is the author of Becoming Batman (2008) and Inventing Iron Man (2011) and he writes for Psychology Today, Scientific American, and Discover. He lives in Victoria, BC. Kris Pearn, veteran animator from Cloudy with a Chance of Meatballs, Arthur Christmas, and Surf's Up, co-directed 2013’s Cloudy with a Chance of Meatballs 2.
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      "Readers should readily respond to Jessie's mission of self-improvement." — Kirkus Reviews

      “Jessi is an engaging protagonist, and learning more about girls and women in comics is a welcome contribution to the genre.” — School Library Journal

      “Pearn’s commercial comics illustration style, with wide-eyed characters and plenty of motion, is perfectly suited to the subject matter, which . . . will appeal to hardcore superhero fans normally leery of any reading material that isn’t segmented into panels.” — Quill & Quire

      We need positive influences for girls. Super proud to be a part of Project Superhero, providing exactly this.” — Olympian Clara Hughes

      "In Project Superhero, E. Paul Zehr and Kris Pearn combine science facts, lively illustrations, and comic-book trivia to tell the story of a young girl who discovers her own super talents." — 49th Shelf, Most Anticipated Fall 2014 Kids' Books

      ”It contains a ‘feel good’ message that reinforces the reality that superheroes are for everyone." — Newsorama.com

      "The interviews are compelling . . . the science is appealing . . . and the multiple approaches give this multiple audiences. Comic book fans, science geeks, history buffs, and fans of realistic fiction may all find a piece of this to enjoy, and Jessie's cheerful narration is enjoyable throughout." — The Bulletin of the Center for Children's Books

      "Project Superhero is a faux diary fiction/non-fiction hybrid about comic book superheroes, but without any comics . . . Intrigued? You should be . . . The illustrations throughout are wonderful and full of life and fun." — Canadian Children's Book News

      "An enjoyable journey where Jessie must confront her own fears and insecurities while discovering what makes regular people heroes . . . Lively and detailed black and white illustrations by Kris Pearn are abundantly woven throughout, greatly complementing the action." — Winnipeg Public Library

      "While it’s sad that there are so few resources to celebrate science (and superheroes!) for this specific audience, Project Superhero a great story and an even better girl character as the protagonist, making Project Superhero worth the wait. It’s so good, I went out and bought a copy for every young girl on my Christmas list this year. And my son will be reading it too." — GeekDad

      "A fiction/non-fiction hybrid extension of those themes targeted at tweens, particularly girls. . . . Project Superhero is all of this wrapped in a package of a lot of comic book history with a dash of science, history, and language lessons. It’s also delightfully illustrated." — GeekMom

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    Life Lines The Lanier Phillips Story Christine Welldon Canada
    9781550815511 Paperback HISTORY / Military Reading age from 8 - 12 Publication Date:September 01, 2014
    $16.95 CAD 5.25 x 7.25 x 0.25 in | 200 gr | 120 pages Carton Quantity:84 Canadian Rights: Y Breakwater Books Ltd.
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      When the USS Truxtun was shipwrecked off the coast of Newfoundland in 1942, Lanier Phillips, an African-American serviceman, was rescued by the people of the town of St. Lawrence. The kindness he received transformed his life and ignited a lasting passion for civil rights. Lanier went on to a distinguished career in the US Navy, and he later marched with Dr. Martin Luther King Jr., worked with Jaques Cousteau, and retold his story of transformation with the hope of inspiring change.

      In Life Lines: The Lanier Phillips Story, award-winning author Christine Welldon weaves Lanier's story through shipwreck, rescue, and the American civil-rights movement to reveal a tale of dignity, determination, and the incredible power of kindness.
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      CHRISTINE WELLDON loves bringing little-known stories of Canadian history to life for young readers. Her books – including The Children of Africville (Nimbus 2009), Children of the Titanic (Nimbus 2010), and Listen to My Story: Pier 21 (Nimbus 2012) – have been nominated for the Hackmatack, Golden Oak, Round Table Children’s Literature, and ALA Amelia Bloomer awards.Welldon makes her home in Nova Scotia.
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      "Life Lines is a short book intended for young people, for those who might not have raised their hands earlier. The hope is that through its pages young readers — all readers, for that matter — will be exposed to an important story from Newfoundland’s history; a story not just about the United States’ racial bigotry but of North American racism.”
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    Jack, the King of Ashes Andy Jones, Darka Erdelji (illus)
    9781927917022 Hardcover JUVENILE FICTION / Fairy Tales & Folklore Age (years) from 4 - 8 Publication Date:December 31, 2014
    $22.50 CAD 9 x 9 x 0.25 in | 481 gr | 60 pages Canadian Rights: Y Running the Goat
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      Award-winning storyteller Andy Jones and illustrator Darka Erdelji are back, with Jack, the King of Ashes: another riotously funny Jack tale. This time Jack spends all his time hove off in the coal box. Then one day he shakes off those ashes and sets out on an adventure that includes sneaky robbers, a "famous missing princess with reward attached", an always-surprising canine sidekick, a royal wedding, a lovelorn rooster-puppet, a conniving ship’s captain, corpses, curses, kisses, coats and a whole lot more! Steeped in Newfoundland folk tradition, Jack, the King of Ashes shows CODCO alumnus Andy Jones at the top of his form. His quirky and delightful humour is unstoppable. Darka Erdelji’s illustrations offer a wonderful, witty counterpoint to the story, enriching and embellishing it. Jones and Erdelji’s last collaboration, Jack and Mary in the Land of Thieves won the 2012 BMO Winterset Award honouring excellence in Newfoundland and Labrador literature in any genre.



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      Praise for Jones and Erdelji's previous collaborations. Of Jack and the Manger: "This irreverent, buoyant version of the nativity story, as experienced by the legendary, down-to-earth figure of Jack, has all the charm of a good tale told by a master storyteller.... Captivating and hilarious, with a transcendent story at its centre, Jack and the Manger is an outstanding children's book." -- 2012 Bruneau Family Children's/Young Adult Literature Award Jury Of The Queen of Paradise's Garden: "Jones's retelling effectively captures the rhythms of oral storytelling and the cadences of Newfoundland dialect. Illustrator Darka Erdelji's illustrations are a fine match. Enchanting, magical, and very skillful, they blend rich, evocative blues, greens, and reds, delicate line drawings in black and white, and rough, folk-art representations of the characters. All in all, a wonderful, rollicking tale." -- Carlyn Zwarenstein, Quill & Quire (starred review)

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    Jack, the King of Ashes Andy Jones Canada, Darka Erdelji
    9781927917015 Paperback JUVENILE FICTION / Fairy Tales & Folklore Age (years) from 6 Publication Date:December 31, 2014
    $14.95 CAD 9 x 9 x 0.25 in | 260 gr | 60 pages Canadian Rights: Y Running the Goat
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      Award-winning storyteller Andy Jones and illustrator Darka Erdelji are back, with Jack, the King of Ashes: another riotously funny Jack tale. This time Jack spends all his time hove off in the coal box. Then one day he shakes off those ashes and sets out on an adventure that includes sneaky robbers, a "famous missing princess with reward attached", an always-surprising canine sidekick, a royal wedding, a lovelorn rooster-puppet, a conniving ship’s captain, corpses, curses, kisses, coats and a whole lot more! Steeped in Newfoundland folk tradition, Jack, the King of Ashes shows CODCO alumnus Andy Jones at the top of his form. His quirky and delightful humour is unstoppable. Darka Erdelji’s illustrations offer a wonderful, witty counterpoint to the story, enriching and embellishing it. Jones and Erdelji’s last collaboration, Jack and Mary in the Land of Thieves won the 2012 BMO Winterset Award honouring excellence in Newfoundland and Labrador literature in any genre.



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      An actor, writer, storyteller, and director, Andy Jones was born and raised in St. John's, NL, where he continues to live and work. Once a member of the acclaimed NL comedy troupe CODCO, he has had a long and accomplished career in theatre, film, and television. He is the co-adaptor of award-winning folktale Peg Bearskin, and the author of an acclaimed series of Jack tales (illustrated by Darka Erdelji). In 2019 he was named to the Order of Canada in recognition of his contributions to the culture of Newfoundland and Labrador.

      A native of Slovenia, Darka Erdelji received a Masters of Arts in Puppet Scenography from Prague's Akadmie Muzickych Umeni. She lived in St. John's for several years; during that time, she began collaborating with Andy Jones, first on their puppet play "The Queen of Paradise's Garden", and then on their acclaimed series of illustrated Jack tales. Darka currently lives in Maribor, Slovenia, and designs puppets for Lutkovno Gledalis?e Maribor, a state-of-the-art puppet theatre housed in a renovated medieval monastery. She has illustrated books in Canada and Slovenia.
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      Praise for Jones and Erdelji's previous collaborations. Of Jack and the Manger: "This irreverent, buoyant version of the nativity story, as experienced by the legendary, down-to-earth figure of Jack, has all the charm of a good tale told by a master storyteller.... Captivating and hilarious, with a transcendent story at its centre, Jack and the Manger is an outstanding children's book." -- 2012 Bruneau Family Children's/Young Adult Literature Award Jury Of The Queen of Paradise's Garden: "Jones's retelling effectively captures the rhythms of oral storytelling and the cadences of Newfoundland dialect. Illustrator Darka Erdelji's illustrations are a fine match. Enchanting, magical, and very skillful, they blend rich, evocative blues, greens, and reds, delicate line drawings in black and white, and rough, folk-art representations of the characters. All in all, a wonderful, rollicking tale." -- Carlyn Zwarenstein, Quill & Quire (starred review)

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    Emma's Gift Deborah Delaronde Canada, Jay Odjick, Kateri Akiwenzie-Damm
    9780986874093 Paperback JUVENILE FICTION / People & Places Age (years) from 5 - 12 Publication Date:November 15, 2014
    $16.00 CAD 5 x 7.8 x 0 in | 0.02 lb | 30 pages Carton Quantity:40 Canadian Rights: Y Kegedonce Press
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      Emma wants to participate in her community's annual 'King's Day' celebration that is held every year on January 6th. She loves to see the gifts that are given and hear the stories people tell when they visit. Her mother, however, feels that Emma is too young. When Emma's grandmother hurts her ankle, Emma reluctantly agrees to help. But in helping her grandmother prepare and serve her King's Day meal, Emma discovers the meaning behind this special day. 'King's Day' is about celebrating Christ's birth and the Three Wise Kings who visited the baby Jesus bearing gifts on this holy day. Emma learns that 'King's Day' is not only about exchanging gifts, it's also about helping family and friends by giving your time.
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      Deborah L. Delaronde-Falk is the winner of the 2015 Beatrice Mosionier Aboriginal Writer of the Year Award. She lives on a cattle ranch along the western shores of Lake Winnipegosis, Manitoba. Deborah is a Métis author who grew up in the community of Duck Bay. Many of Deborah's stories focus on the life of the Métis people in early Canadian history. Emma's Gift is Deborah's ninth book.



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      Deborah Delaronde uses her unique gift for writing and the insights of her Métis heart to gift us with this story of Emma. It is a heart-warming story that uncovers bit by bit how Emma realizes and integrates the meaning of King Day's into her young life. This book gives a wonderful insight into our Métis culture.- Joe McLellan, author of The Nanabosho SeriesCareful, spare sentences, paired with smartly detailed, almost cinematic drawings, gentle us through Emma's experience of the Kings' Day, the Métis traditional celebration of The Epiphany. The young woman's growing understanding --her own epiphany-- of the customs of give and take between the adults of her family and community, and her own gifting, make this a lovely story about a sweet step in a girl's growing up. - Daniel David Moses, author of A Small Essay on the Largeness of Light and Other PoemsEmma's Gift is an important story about a Métis community's resourcefulness, industry, and about the way its members show appreciation for the work and kindness of others. This vibrant, beautiful work emphasizes values about kinship and friendship for members of any community. I highly recommend it.- Paul DePasquale, University of Winnipeg

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