Diane Carmel Léger grew up in the Acadian village of Memramcook, New Brunswick. For 20 years, she lived in Victoria, British Columbia, where she taught French Immersion and wrote books in French and English. Diane has left the West but a little part of herself stayed behind in the virgin rainforests of Vancouver Island where her family was involved in saving some of the world's tallest trees. Diane has toured schools in Canada and the United States since 1991. For more information, visit www.dianecarmelleger.com
"The book displays a heart-felt deep-rooted concern for the environment...(it would) work well in a lesson the classroom concerning the rain forest, clear-cutting and the struggle in the early 1990s to preserve the old growth forest..." - Genevieve Valleau, CM Magazine
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