"The illustrations accompany the text beautifully, supporting and enhancing the tale." - Joan Sullivan, The Telegram
Resource links reviewer, Laura Reilly says, "Rochelle Baker's illustrations surrounded in colourful flowery frames evoke an era of a time long ago. The depiction of the Birchy Maid, her family, her old and new homes and the people who live there complements the text very well."
Reviewer Laura Reilly from Resource Links has this to say about The Birchy Maid, "This theme of three daughters, with the youngest comparing her love to him as 'dear as salt' has been told and modified by generations of story tellers. Robin McGrath tells her interpretation with humour and finesse, with a touch of 'The Rock' (Newfoundland)."
Buried Truths is reviewed in Resource Links, reviewer Patricia Jermey had this to say, "This novel captures the casual intimacy of life in a small Newfoundland town, and includes many threads to interest teen readers: archaeology, adoption, romance, Shakespeare, and visual art."
The Birchy Maid is a highly engaging story with the ideal instance of comeuppance in the end. ..The illustrations are full of bright, saturated colours and complement the classic feel of the text. Especially charming are the ornately designed first letters on each page, at once unique and traditional.Amber Allen, CM Review
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