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  • 1
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    9781554513567 Paperback Publication Date:October 02, 2011
    $12.95 CAD 5.24 x 7.52 x 0.57 in | 260 gr | 232 pages Carton Quantity:48 Canadian Rights: Y Annick Press
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      A strong-willed 16-year-old girl fights for survival in 18th-century North America.

      Françoise Laurent has never had an easy life. The only surviving child of a destitute washerwoman and wayward soldier, she must rely only on herself to get by. When her parents die suddenly from the smallpox ravishing New France, Françoise sees it as a chance to escape the life she thought she was trapped in.

      Seizing her newfound opportunity, Françoise takes a job as an aide to the wife of a wealthy fur trader. The poverty-ridden world she knew transforms into a strange new world full of privilege and fine things -- and of never having to beg for food. But Françoise's relationships with the other servants in Madame Pommereau's house are tenuous, and Madame Pommereau isn't an easy woman to work for. When Françoise is caught stealing a pair of her mistress's beautiful gloves, she faces a future even worse than she could have imagined: thrown in jail, she is sentenced to death by hanging. Once again, Françoise is left to her own devices to survive . . . Is she cunning enough to convince the prisoner in the cell beside her to become the hangman and marry her, which, by law, is the only thing that could save her life?

      Based on an actual story and filled with illuminating historical detail, The Hangman in the Mirror transports readers to the harsh landscape of a new land that is filled with even harsher class divisions and injustices.

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      Kate Cayley is the artistic director and co-founder of For Stranger Theatre. The Hangman in the Mirror is her first novel for young adults. Her writing, including poetry and short fiction, has appeared in a variety of literary magazines. She is currently the writer in residence at the Tarragon Theatre in Toronto, Ontario.

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      Not only is this book an intriguing insight into the history of denim, but it just might encourage young people to reconsider the manner in which they think about their world close at hand.
      The Hangman in the Mirror does everything good historical fiction should--give the reader a tremendously detailed sense of time and place while rendering the sights and smells of the era through the eyes of a protagonist whose emotions are relatable to a modern audience.
      There are several themes running through this gripping novel. One is the disparity between the lives of the wealthy and the poor. Another is the power of words.
      Based on a true story, Cayley has taken a sliver of Canadian history and filled it out to become a fascinating flash of life in early Montreal.
      Geoffrey Bilson Award for Historical Fiction for Young People
      A thoroughly engaging story that keeps readers riveted.
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    Beyond Bullets A Photo Journal of Afghanistan 3rd edition Dawn Hunter Canada, Rafal Gerszak Canada
    9781554512935 Hardcover JUVENILE NONFICTION / People & Places Grade (CAN) from 7, Grade (US) from 7, Reading age from 12 Publication Date:October 02, 2011
    $19.95 CAD 11.24 x 8.54 x 0.54 in | 620 gr | 128 pages Carton Quantity:24 Canadian Rights: Y Annick Press
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      Stunning photos reveal an Afghanistan we rarely see.

      Award-winning photographer Rafal Gerszak spent a year embedded with the American military in Afghanistan, where he used his camera to document everyday life in the war-torn country. While there, he developed a deep affection for the land and its people, and he later returned on his own. Despite the dangers around him, he continued taking photos, exposing the plight of that besieged country.

      Framed by journal entries that relate his experiences on two levels—as a foreigner looking for a deeper connection to a country that has stirred him, and as a journalist looking for another side to the story—Beyond Bullets addresses the volatile situation in Afghanistan with sensitivity and profound insight. Through Gerszak’s lens, readers can see the shattered aftermath of military attacks and dismal hospitals and refugee camps, but they can also experience the vibrant activity of life in the markets, at home and on the Muslim day of rest.

      Featuring more than 40 of Gerszak’s photographs and at once harrowing and heartrending,
      Beyond Bullets is as illuminating as it is riveting.

      Reviews:

      “Gerszak’s images and words are haunting …”
      —Quill & Quire, 07/11
      Bio
      Dawn Hunter is an editor and the author of several books for young people, including Adventures on the Ancient Silk Road, winner of the Norma Fleck Award for non-fiction. She lives in Toronto, Ontario.

      Rafal Gerszak's work has been published and exhibited internationally.
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    • Awards & Reviews

      Awards
      Best Bets List, Ontario Library Association 2012, Joint winner
      Best Books for Kids & Teens, starred selection, Canadian Children’s Book Centre 2012, Joint winner
      Book of the Year Award, Foreword Reviews 2012, Joint winner
      Children’s Literature Roundtables of Canada Award 2012, Winner
      Eric Hoffer Award 2012, Winner
      Garden State Teen Book Award 2012, Long-listed
      Information Book Award, Honor Title 2012, Commended
      Nonfiction Honor List, VOYA 2012, Joint winner
      Norma Fleck Award 2012, Short-listed
      Notable Books for a Global Society Book Award 2012, Commended
      Popular Paperbacks for Young Adults, YALSA 2012, Long-listed
      Red Maple Award 2012, Long-listed
      South Asia Book Award, Highly Commended Book 2012, Commended
      USBBY Outstanding International Books, Honor List 2012, Commended
      YA Top Forty Titles, Pennsylvania School Librarians Association 2012, Joint winner
      Reviews

      “Gerszak’s frank and descriptive observations effectively convey the ugliness, monotony and tragedy of war.”


      “Avaluable photo journal that is especially successful at showing how people in a country carry on living in the midst of a war-torn land.”


      “His photographs and accompanying text—the sensitive, bemused, horrified, awed and compassionate account of his encounters—offers readers a personal view that demonstrates what most impressed Gerszak: the clear will of the people to survive.”


      “The photos tell a story all on their own, but the added narrative draws readers in and gives them a front-row seat.”


      “Tells a compelling story that is personal and heartfelt.”


      “Educationally informative and culturally sensitive . . . It will engage students to read and beyond that to think, ask questions and seek authentic answers.”


      “An artistic coup . . . both riveting and informative.”


      “Reading this book is a moving and eye-opening experience.”

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    Double or Nothing Revised Edition Dennis Foon Canada
    9781554513482 Paperback JUVENILE FICTION / Social Themes Age (years) from 12 - 18, Grade (US) from 7 - up Publication Date:September 04, 2011
    $12.95 CAD 5 x 7 x 0.5 in | 0.15 gr | 214 pages Carton Quantity:72 Annick Press
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      Raise the stakes and feel the heat.

      Kip is addicted to the pure adrenaline rush that hits when the stakes are high and the bets are laid down. His gambling addiction uses up his money, his mother's money -- and then their real trouble begins.

      Dennis Foon's believable portrait of a teen caught in a gambling addiction crackles with suspense and a foreboding sense of where Kip will land.

      Originally published in 2000, this remarkable novel has been updated to reflect new technology and the rise of online gambling.

      Praise for the previous edition of Double or Nothing:

      • New York Public Library Books for the Teen Age
      • "Our Choice" List, Canadian Children's Book Centre
      • South Carolina Young Adult Book Award finalist

      "This edgy novel believably captures the nightmare of compulsive gambling."
      -- Horn Book

      "Compelling characters . . . a fast-moving plot with plenty of crisp, authentic dialog."
      -- Booklist

      Bio

      Dennis Foon, the author of several novels for young readers, is also a celebrated writer for stage and screen. Life Above All, his adaptation of Chanda's Secrets by Allan Stratton, won the Prix Francois Chalais at the 2010 Cannes Film Festival, made the 2011 Academy Awards long list for Best Foreign Language Film and earned Dennis a nomination for a 2011 Writers Guild of Canada Screenwriting Award. He lives in Vancouver, British Columbia.

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      A powerful picture of the temptations of the quick buck, and the very real effects of a gambling addiction... intensely gripping ... A teacher's guide is available, and I suspect this would make a very good novel study for early high-school students. Recommended.
      Foon's tight and economical writing keeps the story moving at a pace that mirrors the speed at which Kip spots a gambling opportunity, acts on it, rationalizes any losses and then moves on.
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    Duped! True Stories of the World's Best Swindlers Andreas Schroeder, Rémy Simard
    9781554513505 Paperback JUVENILE NONFICTION / Law & Crime Age (years) from 9 - 12 Publication Date:September 04, 2011
    $12.95 CAD 6 x 8 x 0.38 in | 180 gr | 160 pages Carton Quantity:56 Canadian Rights: Y Annick Press
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      Eight true tales that expose some of the most outrageous swindlers of all time.

      As long as there have been people willing to believe the unbelievable, people have been duped. In the best storytelling tradition, readers can follow the tales of:

      • How the Nazis planned to destroy the British economy during World War II by flooding the world with millions of fake British banknotes
      • How an infamous radio broadcast had American citizens convinced that Martians were invading the country
      • How one of the 20th century's most elaborate scams -- conducting tours to the lost Tasaday tribe in the Philippines -- fooled the world's media and top scientists for nearly a decade.

      The author's fascination with the boldness and inventiveness of the swindlers, as well as their motives, makes for a compelling read. The stories instill a sense of disbelief, amusement and even grudging admiration for these ingenious scam artists who often (but not always) meet a bad end.

      Accompanied by graphic-style artwork, each tale offers a great escape for readers drawn to true stories presented in a lively fashion.

      Bio

      Andreas Schroeder was the resident "Scam-meister" for 12 years on a popular radio show, where he uncovered ingenious frauds and hoaxes. He is an award-winning author who has published more than 20 books, including the highly successful Scams.

      Remy Simard is a cartoonist, commercial artist and award-winning author and illustrator who has a long list of published children's books. His work has appeared in a wide variety of magazines and newspapers. He lives in Montreal, Quebec.

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      It's hard to imagine a more kid-friendly piece of nonfiction. The scams covered include a made-up Stone Age society discovered in the Philippines that fooled even National Geographic ... and a French rags-to-riches high-society swindle. Although the hook is baited with plenty of sensationalism...there's some good history to be learned beneath all the grandiose flimflammery. Schroeder writes in a lighthearted, chatty tone, equally matched by Simard's good-times black-and-white cartooning. A list of additional resources points the way toward more reading for kids tickled by such large-scale trickery.
      The topic of the book is compelling and the writing of the cases is engaging.
      This hybrid of nonfiction and graphic novel is a fun lesson on how the masses can be made into fools.
      The wonderful thing about Duped! is that it is a fun read for those interested in scams, but it can also lead, all on its own, to discussing an amazing variety of topics.
      It's hard to imagine a more kid-friendly piece of non-fiction.
      There is real value in sharing such a well-written and informative text.
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    Lowdown on Denim Tanya Lloyd Kyi, Clayton Hanmer
    9781554513543 Paperback Publication Date:October 02, 2011
    $12.95 CAD 7 x 9 in | 1 gr | 112 pages Carton Quantity:50 Canadian Rights: Y Annick Press
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      How a humble work pant got on everyone's backside and took over the world.

      In The Lowdown on Denim, narrators JD and Shred take readers on a trip through the history of jeans, demonstrating that, whatever their style, jeans have always driven and reflected popular culture. They use their interest in denim to escort readers from wartime to the rodeo circuit and from environmental concerns to the rock and roll stage.

      When blue jeans were invented in the 1870s, they were utilitarian -- baggy, only a single pocket and held up with suspenders.

      In the 1960s, they were bell-bottomed and embroidered, symbolizing the rebellion of the Woodstock era. Punks in the '70s held them together with safety pins, while '80s metal bands wore theirs acid-washed. Then the low-riding style worn by prisoners inspired '90s hip-hop fashion. Today, denim can be as personalized as an iPod playlist.

      With humorous comic-style illustrations throughout, this fun, fascinating social history will make readers think each time they pull on their jeans.

      Bio

      Tanya Lloyd Kyi is the author of numerous books for young readers, including 50 Poisonous Questions and 50 Burning Questions. She lives in Vancouver, British Columbia.

      Clayton Hanmer (aka CTON) is an award-winning illustrator, author, graphic artist and interactive producer. His work has appeared in diverse publications, including the New York Times and National Geographic Kids. He lives in Toronto, Ontario.

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      The 10 chapters of The Lowdown on Denim comprise a thorough, well researched, chronological history of denim jeans.
      This cleverly designed book engages the tween to adult market with fun facts, catchy titles, witty responses and action-packed comic strips.
      Not only is this book an intriguing insight into the history of denim, but it just might encourage young people to reconsider the manner in which they think about their world close at hand.
      A surefire hit for libraries looking to add attention-grabbing nonfiction to their collections.
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    Stranger at Home A True Story Christy Jordan-Fenton Canada, Margaret-Olemaun Pokiak-Fenton Canada
    9781554513611 Paperback JUVENILE NONFICTION / Biography & Autobiography Age (years) from 9 - 12, Grade (CAN) from 4 - 7, Grade (US) from 4 - 7, Reading age from 9 - 12 Publication Date:October 02, 2011
    $12.95 CAD 6.27 x 9.02 x 0.3 in | 280 gr | 128 pages Carton Quantity:50 Canadian Rights: Y Annick Press
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      Traveling to be reunited with her family in the arctic, 10-year-old Margaret Pokiak can hardly contain her excitement. It’s been two years since her parents delivered her to the school run by the dark-cloaked nuns and brothers.

      Coming ashore, Margaret spots her family, but her mother barely recognizes her, screaming, “Not my girl.” Margaret realizes she is now marked as an outsider.

      And Margaret is an outsider: she has forgotten the language and stories of her people, and she can’t even stomach the food her mother prepares.

      However, Margaret gradually relearns her language and her family’s way of living. Along the way, she discovers how important it is to remain true to the ways of her people—and to herself.

      Highlighted by archival photos and striking artwork, this first-person account of a young girl’s struggle to find her place will inspire young readers to ask what it means to belong.

      Bio
      Christy Jordan-Fenton is the author of Fatty Legs, which was named a 2011 USBBY Outstanding International Honor Book. She lives in Fort St. John, British Columbia.

      Margaret Pokiak-Fenton spent her early years on Banks Island in the Arctic Ocean. She now lives in Fort St. John, British Columbia.
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    • Awards & Reviews

      Awards
      Best Bets List, Ontario Library Association 2012, Joint winner
      Best Books for Kids & Teens, Canadian Children’s Book Centre 2012, Joint winner
      Independent Publishers Book Award 2012, Joint winner
      Nonfiction Honor List, VOYA 2012, Joint winner
      Skipping Stones Honor Book 2012, Joint winner
      USBBY Outstanding International Books Honor List 2012, Joint winner
      White Ravens Collection, International Youth Library, Munich 2012, Joint winner
      Reviews

      “This is a book everyone should read.”


      “Olemaun’s spirit and determination shine through this moving memoir.”


      “Like its predecessor Fatty Legs, this is potent, accessible, and moving. Highly recommended.”


      “Provides a compelling and moving story of a girl searching for the strength to find her place in the world.”


      “Straightforward and powerful . . . Margaret’s memories, thoughts and experiences . . . are presented in an accessible and believable manner.”


      “[A] lovely, simply written and utterly moving memoir.”


      “The book does deal with subjects that are large and complex; yet the writing makes them infinitely readable and relatable.”


      “Young readers will find Margaret’s story both historically informative and heartbreakingly poignant.”


      “Realistically portrays the impact of residential school life on Aboriginal children.”


      “[A] poignant and heartbreaking look at the long-term effects for the children who were taken from their families to attend residential schools.”


      “This memoir, detailing a woeful piece of Canadian history and demonstrating Margaret’s strength of character, compassion, courage and her willingness to sacrifice herself for her family’s sake, gives the reader a lot to ponder. Highly recommended.”


      “Will speak to anyone who has experienced displacement or assimilation into a new culture.”


      “Without being graphic or overwhelming, the Fentons recreate a tragic moment in Canadian history through the innocent reflections of a child . . . a must for any classroom library.”

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    Series: 50 Questions
    50 Underwear Questions A Bare-All History Tanya Lloyd Kyi Canada, Ross Kinnaird
    9781554513529 Paperback JUVENILE NONFICTION / General Age (months) from 9, Grade (CAN) from 4, Grade (US) from 4, Reading age from 9 Publication Date:October 02, 2011
    $12.95 CAD 7.03 x 9.5 x 0.32 in | 320 gr | 120 pages Carton Quantity:44 Canadian Rights: Y Annick Press
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      Most of us take our underwear for granted, but throughout history our undies have revealed a lot about who we are (king or peasant), how we work (in fields or factories) or the shapes we value (manly calves or tiny waists).

      The third book in Annick’s 50 Questions series tackles questions such as “What’s that smell?” (Medieval Europeans thought bathing made you sick) and “Did boxers arrive in the Nick of time?” (When blue jean model Nick Kamen stepped out of his denims to reveal his boxers, sales of the underwear soared.) Underwear has played a role in ancient crusades, city sieges and even modern economic predictions. Obviously, it’s time to uncover the facts about everything from loincloths and T-shirts to bloomers and lingerie.

      Young readers will laugh their pants off at the accompanying cartoons and get the bare, but fascinating, facts about the history of our unmentionables.

      Bio
      Tanya Lloyd Kyi is the author of numerous books for young readers, including 50 Poisonous Questions and 50 Burning Questions. She lives in Vancouver, British Columbia.

      Ross Kinnaird is an illustrator who has worked in London, Sydney, and Hong Kong. He currently lives in Auckland, New Zealand.
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      “The tone is sufficiently brisk and the material so fun and different, most anyone will enjoy this one.”


      “This extremely informative book takes a topic that is inherently interesting to kids and presents it in a manner that is both sprightly and nonsensational.”


      “A highly recommended resource for all curious readers who enjoy a good laugh.”


      “A bright bold, attractive book that grabs your attention right away.”


      “Will work as a fabulous booktalk for librarians looking for something fun and different to expand their nonfiction repertoire.”


      “Humorous, extremely well-researched, delightfully written.”


      “The fresh . . . treatment . . . supports the bold, upbeat writing in this well-thought-out approach to the history of underwear.”


      “This entertaining and educational read is intended for children ages nine and up, but is fun and fast for adults to read as well.”

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    9781554513468 Paperback JUVENILE FICTION / Toys, Dolls & Puppets Age (years) from 4 - 7, Grade (CAN) from K - 2, Grade (US) from K - 2, Reading age from 4 - 7 Publication Date:September 04, 2011
    $6.95 CAD 9 x 9.01 x 0.1 in | 120 gr | 32 pages Carton Quantity:100 Canadian Rights: Y Annick Press
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      Chicken, Pig and Cow have had many happy adventures with Dog at Girl’s house. But when Girl carts them off to school one day, leaving Dog behind, they aren’t sure what to think. Where is school, exactly? And what’s with all the noise there? Who are all these people who look like Girl but aren’t Girl? And why is their new hamster neighbor, Furface, trying to eat their barn?

      The adorable toy characters Chicken, Pig and Cow once again rely on friendship and teamwork as they embark on their latest adventure in all new surroundings. As always, young readers will be charmed by Ruth Ohi’s witty, warm illustrations in this story about the excitement of discovering new places, learning new lessons and making new friends.

      Bio
      Ruth Ohi is an author, and the illustrator of more than 20 books for children including her bestselling Chicken, Pig, Cow series. She is a tireless presenter at schools and libraries, where she shares secrets of her trade with children. Ruth lives with her family in Toronto, Ontario. Check out Ruth's website at www.ruthohi.com.
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    • Awards & Reviews

      Awards
      Best Books for Kids & Teens, Canadian Children’s Book Centre 2010, Commended
      New York City Reads 365 List 2010, Commended
      Reviews

      “A lighthearted glimpse reveals how stuffed animals will play when their child (and their teacher) is away.”


      “Spare text and engaging watercolor cartoon illustrations lend a tone of sweet simplicity to this friendship story.”


      “Ohi’s clever word choice creates a lot of humour with very few word . . . makes an excellent read-aloud for younger childre . . . Highly recommended.”


      “Once again, Ohi has created a touching read-aloud, the text simple, the language spare, and the story full of warmth, and character and humour.”


      “Preschoolers will love these popular characters, who devise clever solutions to their immediate problems.”


      “This is a great book.”

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    9781554513598 Paperback JUVENILE FICTION / Family Age (years) from 3 - 6, Grade (CAN) from P - 2, Grade (US) from P - 2, Reading age from 3 - 6 Publication Date:August 07, 2011
    $8.95 CAD 8.51 x 10.51 x 0.1 in | 140 gr | 32 pages Carton Quantity:100 Canadian Rights: Y Annick Press
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      New babies have a lot to learn; lucky for them, the older sibling in this delightful picture book is here to tell them everything they have to remember … and look forward to. Whether it’s advice on turning regular people into parents, learning how to go—and stop—or figuring out the most important words (Mama! Dada! Up!), Dogs Don’t Eat Jam is filled with useful tips and lessons from an experienced older sibling that will help newborns navigate the uncertainties of their new world.

      Following on the heels of the much-praised A Flock of Shoes, Sarah Tsiang and Qin Leng team up for a second time in this playful picture book. It’s the ultimate guide for newborns from an older, wiser sibling.

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      Sarah Tsiang is an award-winning poet as well as a children's book author. Her books with Annick Press include A Flock of Shoes, Dogs Don't Eat Jam and Other Things Big Kids Know, Warriors and Wailers: 100 Anicent Chinese Jobs You Might Have Relished or Reviled, and The Stone Hatchlings. She lives in Kingston, Ontario.



      Qin Leng works as a designer on feature films and television series, as well as a freelance illustrator. She has illustrated numerous children's books around the world, including A Flock of Shoes. She lives in Toronto, Ontario.

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      “This is a great read-aloud book that celebrates the joy, excitement, and love that come with the arrival of a new baby . . . an excellent gift for any child gaining a sibling.”


      “Leng's mixed-media art creates lively scenes of domestic bliss (and drama).”

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    Munsch at Play Act 2 Eight More Stage Adaptations 2nd edition Irene N. Watts, Robert Munsch Canada
    9781554513581 Hardcover JUVENILE FICTION / Performing Arts Age (years) from 6 - 9, Grade (CAN) from 1 - 4, Grade (US) from 1 - 4, Reading age from 6 - 9 Publication Date:October 02, 2011
    $24.95 CAD 6.21 x 9.28 x 0.46 in | 340 gr | 108 pages Carton Quantity:40 Canadian Rights: Y Annick Press
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      In this second collection of plays based on the stories of Robert Munsch, experienced playwright Irene N. Watts has adapted eight more of his best-loved tales for the stage, classroom or backyard!

      Complemented by the fun and familiar artwork of long-time Munsch collaborator Michael Martchenko, each story is presented in an accessible play format, making it easy for children to act out their own versions of Munsch’s familiar adventures. These lively, interactive adaptations include suggestions to encourage audience participation, as well as casting ideas that can involve the whole class. Readers will also find innovative, uncomplicated (and inexpensive!) ideas for props and costumes.

      The stories included are:

      • David’s Father • The Fire Station • From Far Away • I Have to Go! • Jonathan Cleaned Up —Then He Heard a Sound • Pigs • Show and Tell • Something Good

      Bio
      Irene N. Watts is an award-winning playwright, children's novelist, and educator. A life member of Playwrights Guild, she lives in Vancouver, British Columbia.

      Robert Munsch, author of such classics as The Paper Bag Princess and Thomas’ Snowsuit, is one of North America’s bestselling authors of children’s books.

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      Awards
      Best Books for Kids & Teens, Canadian Children’s Book Centre 2011, Joint winner
      Reviews

      “The lively adaptations include suggestions to encourage audience participation . . . Innovative ideas for props and costumes that are simple and inexpensive.”


      “Will have your imagination firing . . . Highly recommended.”


      “A priceless teacher’s resource.”

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