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    Big Whales, Small World Mark Leiren-Young Canada
    9781459825024 Board book JUVENILE NONFICTION / Animals Age (years) from 0 - 2, Grade (CAN) from P - K, Grade (US) from P - K, Reading age from 0 - 2 Publication Date:April 14, 2020 Print Run:5000
    $10.95 CAD 7 x 7 x 0.5 in | 280 gr | 24 pages Carton Quantity:48 Canadian Rights: Y Orca Book Publishers
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      In Big Whales, Small World you will meet whales from around the world. This rhyming photographic board book visits the oceans of places like New Zealand, Russia and South America. Writer, filmmaker and orca activist Mark Leiren-Young introduces young readers to blue whales bigger than dinosaurs and tiny vaquitas who swim close to shores.
      Bio
      Mark Leiren-Young is a writer, documentary filmmaker, podcaster and orca activist. His book The Killer Whale Who Changed the World won the Science Writers and Communicators of Canada general audience book award. He wrote, directed and produced an award-winning documentary called The Hundred-Year-Old Whale, and his documentary about Moby Doll is being produced by Middle Child Films. Mark hosts a podcast about orca and ocean stories and is actively involved in the fight for the survival of the endangered southern residents. Mark has written for other young audiences for ABC, PBS, YTV, Treehouse and BBC Kids. He lives in Victoria, British Columbia.
      Marketing & Promotion
        Marketing and Promotional Plans
        • Splashy print and online advertising campaigns
        • Coastal, local and national media initiatives
        • A wave of promotion at national and regional school, library and trade conferences
        • A sea of ARC distribution, including NetGalley
        • A swell of blog and social media promotion
        • Cross-promotion with Orcas of the Salish Sea
        • Sea-to-sea coverage on Mark Leiren-Young's podcast, Skaana
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    Orcas of the Salish Sea Mark Leiren-Young Canada
    9781459825055 Hardcover JUVENILE NONFICTION / Animals Age (years) from 6 - 8, Grade (CAN) from 1 - 3, Grade (US) from 1 - 3, Reading age from 6 - 8 Publication Date:April 14, 2020 Print Run:4000
    $19.95 CAD 10.75 x 8.75 x 0.38 in | 500 gr | 32 pages Carton Quantity:24 Canadian Rights: Y Orca Book Publishers
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      Meet Onyx and the orcas of J pod, the world’s most famous whales. Illustrated with stunning photos, this picture book introduces young readers to the orcas humans first fell in love with. The members of J pod live in the Salish Sea, off the coast of Washington and British Columbia. Moby Doll was the first orca ever displayed in captivity, Granny was the oldest orca known to humanity, and Scarlet was the orca humans fought to save.
      Bio
      Mark Leiren-Young is a writer, documentary filmmaker, podcaster and orca activist. His book The Killer Whale Who Changed the World won the Science Writers and Communicators of Canada general audience book award. He wrote, directed and produced an award-winning documentary called The Hundred-Year-Old Whale, and his documentary about Moby Doll is being produced by Middle Child Films. Mark hosts a podcast about orca and ocean stories and is actively involved in the fight for the survival of the endangered southern residents. Mark has written for other young audiences for ABC, PBS, YTV, Treehouse and BBC Kids. He lives in Victoria, British Columbia.
      Marketing & Promotion
        Marketing and Promotional Plans
        • Splashy print and online advertising campaigns
        • Coastal, local and national media initiatives
        • A wave of promotion at national and regional school, library and trade conferences
        • A sea of ARC distribution, including NetGalley
        • A swell of blog and social media promotion
        • Cross-promotion withOrcas of the Salish Sea
        • Sea-to-sea coverage on Mark Leiren-Young's podcast,Skaana
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      “A well-crafted informative picture book that could be easily used as a read-aloud or part of research for grades K-2. Highly Recommended.”
      “Interesting facts are presented with a peppy writing style...Text is elevated by intriguing photos of these fascinating creatures.”
      “A generally engaging and informative work of narrative nonfiction on a popular topic.”
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    The Sun is a Peach Sara Cassidy Canada, Josée Bisaillon Canada
    9781459818675 Board book JUVENILE FICTION / Bedtime & Dreams Age (years) from 0 - 2, Grade (CAN) exact P, Grade (US) exact P, Reading age from 0 - 2 Publication Date:May 05, 2020 Print Run:5000
    $10.95 CAD 7 x 7 x 0.44 in | 280 gr | 24 pages Carton Quantity:48 Canadian Rights: Y Orca Book Publishers
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      A young child walks along a country road into town where there’s a parade on. The experiences of the day, and the child’s eventual homecoming and bedtime, are chronicled and compared to the sun. The sun takes the form of the yolk of an egg, a spool of thread, the eye of a bird, an ice-cream cone and a dandelion. Each round, yellow item on the page hints at the big golden ball in the sky.

      Stunning illustrations by Josée Bisaillon capture how imagination shapes the environment around us. This simple board book shows children that the way they see the world—by heart, mind and imagination—is just right. Revelling in metaphor, The Sun is a Peach encourages that magical leap of imagination and asks the reader to look at everyday objects from a different perspective.
      Bio

      Sara Cassidy's books have been shortlisted for many awards, including the Chocolate Lily Award for both Black Gold and Blackberry Juice, the Ruth and Sylvia Schwartz Children’s Book Award for A Boy Named Queen and the Bolen Books Children’s Book Prize for Skylark. Additionally, both A Boy Named Queen and Double Play were Junior Library Guild selections. Her poetry, fiction and nonfiction for adults have been widely published. She lives in Victoria, British Columbia.



      Josée Bisaillon has illustrated more than twenty-five children’s books, created numerous editorial illustrations for magazines and newspapers. She has been shortlisted twice for the Governor General's Literary Award, and she won the Marilyn Baillie Picture Book Award for The Snow Knows. She lives outside Montreal with her family.

      Marketing & Promotion
        Marketing and Promotional Plans
        • Print and online advertising campaigns
        • Promotion at national and regional school, library and trade conferences
        • Extensive ARC distribution, including NetGalley
        • Author interview on blog and social media promotion
        • Spotlight for World Poetry Day on March 21
        • Promotional postcard with The Moon is a Silver Pond
    • Awards & Reviews

      Awards
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      “Elegant and captivating...A showcase of colours, with textures seeming to jump from each sunny page. A book for all children's collections.”
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    Bath Time! Eric Walters Canada, Christine Battuz
    9781459821309 Board book JUVENILE FICTION / Animals Age (years) from 0 - 2, Grade (CAN) exact P, Grade (US) exact P, Reading age from 0 - 2 Publication Date:April 21, 2020 Print Run:5000
    $10.95 CAD 7 x 7 x 0.44 in | 220 gr | 20 pages Carton Quantity:60 Canadian Rights: Y Orca Book Publishers
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      Description
      What makes bath time fun for baby? Bath toys! From parading penguins and splashing seals to frolicking frogs and bathing beavers, these joyful animal toys are ready to play. Join the splashy party in the tub…you may even get wet too!

      Bright, vibrant illustrations from Christine Battuz match the energy of a baby in the bath as you’re introduced to Eric Walters’s animal alliterations across each page. It’s just good clean fun!
      Bio
      Eric Walters began writing as a way to get his fifth-grade students interested in reading and writing. A Member of the Order of Canada, he has now published more than 100 novels and picture books. He is a tireless presenter, speaking to over 100,000 students per year in schools across the country. This is his third board book for babies with Orca. He lives in Guelph, Ontario.

      Christine Battuz received her Master of Fine Arts at the Academy of Fine Arts of Perugia in Italy. She has illustrated more than 60 children’s books and has worked on projects in various parts of the world including Canada, the United States, Korea and some countries in Europe. She is also an art teacher and has worked with students of all ages to share her passion for books and drawing. A partner in the graphic design studio Kuizin Studio, she collaborates regularly with the design and animation department. Born in France, she now lives in Bromont, Quebec.
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        Marketing and Promotional Plans
        • Print and online advertising campaigns
        • Promotion at national and regional school, library and trade conferences
        • Extensive ARC distribution, including NetGalley
        • Blog and social media promotion


    • Awards & Reviews

      Awards
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      “With its bright and bold art and punchy sentences, [it's] a delightful board book sure to engage even the youngest of babies.”
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    Grandmother School Rina Singh Canada, Ellen Rooney Canada
    9781459819054 Hardcover JUVENILE FICTION / School & Education Age (years) from 6 - 8, Grade (CAN) from 1 - 3, Grade (US) from 1 - 3, Reading age from 6 - 8 Publication Date:May 05, 2020 Print Run:6000
    $19.95 CAD 8.75 x 10.75 x 0.38 in | 460 gr | 32 pages Carton Quantity:24 Canadian Rights: Y Orca Book Publishers
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      Every morning, a young girl walks her grandmother to the Aajibaichi Shala, the school that was built for the grandmothers in her village to have a place to learn to read and write. The narrator beams with pride as she drops her grandmother off with the other aajis to practice the alphabet and learn simple arithmetic. A moving story about family, women and the power of education—when Aaji learns to spell her name you’ll want to dance along with her.

      Women in countless countries continue to endure the limitations of illiteracy. Unjust laws have suppressed the rights of girls and women and kept many from getting an education and equal standing in society. Based on a true story from the village of Phangane, India, this brilliantly illustrated book tells the story of the grandmothers who got to go to school for the first time in their lives.
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      Rina Singh has published several critically acclaimed books for children inspired by her Indian Canadian heritage, including Diwali Lights, Holi Colors and Diwali: A Festival of Lights, which was nominated for the Red Cedar Award. Rina’s own grandmother never got the chance to go to school. Grandmother School is dedicated to her memory. Rina lives in Toronto with her family.



      Ellen Rooney is a designer, artist and children’s book illustrator. Her textural mixed media artwork combines many traditional art techniques, like pencil drawing, painting, printmaking and collage, often combined with digital techniques. Originally from Massachusetts, she now lives in the southern Okanagan Valley in British Columbia.

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         Marketing and Promotional Plans
        • Print and online advertising campaigns
        • Promotion at national and regional school, library and trade conferences
        • Extensive ARC distribution, including NetGalley
        • Blog and social media promotion
        • Outreach in Orca newsletters

    • Awards & Reviews

      Awards
      Reviews
      “Offers its readers a poignantly lively picture book that expressly reveals the power and freedom found in words for women across the world. How great a treat it will be to read this book in a grandmother’s lap. Highly Recommended.”
      “A moving story about family, women and the power of education?when Aaji learns to spell her name you’ll want to dance along with her.”
      “Joy is evident on the page—and infectious...A spirited book about gender, age, rights, and the importance of education.”
      “Gorgeous…Colors are crisp and contemporary…Provides a surprising angle to the growing body of children’s books about gender inequality and the continued work of pioneers like Aaji.”
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    Meg and Greg: A Duck in a Sock Elspeth Rae Canada, Rowena Rae Canada, Elisa Gutiérrez Canada
    9781459824904 Paperback JUVENILE NONFICTION / Language Arts Age (years) from 6 - 8, Grade (CAN) from 1 - 3, Grade (US) from 1 - 3, Reading age from 6 - 8 Publication Date:April 14, 2020 Print Run:6000
    $14.95 CAD 5.88 x 8.25 x 0.45 in | 240 gr | 168 pages Carton Quantity:32 Canadian Rights: Y Orca Book Publishers
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      Description
      A Duck in a Sock is the first book in a series designed for shared reading between a child learning to read and an experienced reader. The stories have special features to help a child with dyslexia or another language-based learning difficulty find reading success.

      Meg and Greg are hanging out for the summer doing what ten-year-olds do—helping an injured duckling, finding a lost pet fish, saving ranch animals from a wildfire and catching a wandering sloth! Jump inside to join Meg and Greg on their adventures.
      Bio
      Elspeth Rae has a BEd from Simon Fraser University and is a certified Orton-Gillingham teacher for children with dyslexia and other language-learning difficulties. Elspeth was diagnosed with dyslexia at age eight and received Orton-Gillingham instruction during her school years. As a certified teacher, she works as a literacy specialist in the public school system, where she teaches reading, spelling and writing to children ages five to thirteen. She lives in Vancouver.

      Rowena Rae worked as a biologist in Canada and New Zealand before becoming a freelance writer and editor and a children’s author. She writes both fiction and nonfiction from her home in Victoria, British Columbia.

      Elisa Gutiérrez is an award-winning designer, author and illustrator. Her book Picturescape was short-listed for the Christie Harris Illustrated Children's Literature Prize, was honored by the Alcuin Society and was the subject of a scholarly paper by the renowned Dr. Lawrence Sipe. Elisa has designed over 100 books and specializes in book design for children. Born and raised in Mexico City, Elisa now lives in Vancouver.
      Marketing & Promotion
        Marketing and Promotional Plans
        • Print and online advertising campaigns
        • Author appearances at national and regional school, library and trade conferences
        • Extensive ARC distribution, including NetGalley
        • Blog and social media promotion
        • Infographic poster for retail, classroom and library distribution
        • Dedicated website with how-to guides: orcatworead.com
    • Awards & Reviews

      Awards
      Reviews
      “Brings new energy to the task of learning to read.”
      “The stories offer both flashes of humor and plenty of action to drive the instructional intent.”
      “There are many books focusing on leveled reading, but Meg and Greg: A Duck in a Sock is a series with a difference...The sharing of the reading between an experienced reader and the child allows for the inclusion of more complex text on the buddy reader's page and a lower reading level with a phonogram focus on the kid's page. This allows for a richer reading experience and a guided learning experience for the child. Highly Recommended.”
      “This primer should appeal to phonics stalwarts and phonics learners...Art, drawn in a heavy ink line, helps readers focus on labeled objects and voice-balloon content.”
      “A unique approach to high-interest texts for reluctant burgeoning readers, this book offers phonics fun wrapped in serious research-based success.”
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    Series: Orca Echoes
    Genius Jolene Sara Cassidy Canada, Charlene Chua Canada
    9781459825291 Paperback JUVENILE FICTION / Family Age (years) from 6 - 8, Grade (CAN) from 1 - 3, Grade (US) from 1 - 3, Reading age from 6 - 8 Publication Date:April 07, 2020 Print Run:3000
    $7.95 CAD 5.25 x 7.63 x 0.25 in | 120 gr | 112 pages Carton Quantity:84 Canadian Rights: Y Orca Book Publishers
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      On her annual trip in her father’s 18-wheeler, eight-year-old Jolene is headed to Los Angeles on a six-day road trip to deliver some newsprint with her dad. Just like last year, they tell each other stories and listen to music. They also keep up their favorite tradition: critiquing one type of food at every stop. This time it’s onion rings.

      But this year is also different. Unlike last year, Jolene’s parents are no longer together. They split up when her father came out as gay. These are big changes for Jolene, but she is spunky and smart and has a good heart. She’s ready for new adventures and to stand up for what’s right—both on and off the road.
      Bio

      Sara Cassidy is a journalist, editor and author of over 15 books for young readers. Her books have been short-listed for many awards, including the Chocolate Lily Award for both Black Gold and Blackberry Juice, the Ruth and Sylvia Schwartz Children’s Book Award for A Boy Named Queen and the Bolen Books Children’s Book Prize for Skylark. Additionally, both A Boy Named Queen and Double Play were Junior Library Guild selections. Her poetry and short fiction have been widely published. She lives in Victoria, British Columbia.



      Charlene Chua grew up in Singapore, where she divided her time between drawing, reading comics and failing her Mandarin classes. She has worked with clients from Canada, USA, Europe, Singapore and Australia on a wide variety of illustration projects. Charlene lives in Hamilton, Ontario.
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        Marketing and Promotional Plans
        • Print and online advertising campaigns
        • Promotion at national and regional school, library and trade conferences
        • Extensive ARC distribution
        • Blog and social media promotion
        • Outreach in Orca newsletter
        • Planned appearances at local writers festivals
    • Awards & Reviews

      Awards
      Reviews
      “Father-daughter bonding story in a remarkable setting.”
      “Jolene’s enjoyable and insightful journey makes the complex themes of family, acceptance, and forgiveness accessible to young readers through easy-to-read text and spirited illustrations.”
      “[An] approachable, representative, middle grade chapter book focusing on father-daughter relationships.”
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    Rock Mammoth Eveline Payette Canada, Guillaume Perreault Canada, Karen Simon
    9781459824263 Paperback JUVENILE FICTION / Humorous Stories Age (years) from 9 - 12, Grade (CAN) from 4 - 7, Grade (US) from 4 - 7, Reading age from 9 - 12 Publication Date:April 21, 2020 Print Run:5000
    $12.95 CAD 7 x 9 x 0.2 in | 160 gr | 48 pages Carton Quantity:80 Canadian Rights: Y Orca Book Publishers
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      Description
      Louis has to do an oral presentation on his pet. To everyone’s great surprise, he decides to present his mammoth. Even more surprising, he talks to the class about a new species of hairy Elephantidae only recently discovered: the Rock Mammoth. This proud ancestor of the hairy musicians of the ’70s didn’t actually disappear. In fact, these elephants had had enough of being rock stars and wished for a more tranquil life. So they decided to remain hidden during the last millennia. But now Louis, the great mammoth enthusiast and rigorous scientific apprentice, has discovered this well-kept secret and is ready to reveal it to the world.
      Bio
      Eveline Payette studied theater, followed by childhood education. Fascinated by young people who are different, she decided to do a master’s degree on these special spectators. After a brief career in theater, she discovered the field of cultural mediation and now works in schools teaching acting to the young. She lives near Montreal with her family, who are an inexhaustible source of inspiration. Rock Mammoth is her first book.

      Guillaume Perreault is a graphic designer but now works mainly as a freelance illustrator and author. His techniques vary according to his projects, but balance, contrast and humor are present in all of his work. Guillaume lives in Gatineau, Quebec.

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        Marketing and Promotional Plans
        • Print and online advertising campaigns
        • Promotion at national and regional school, library and trade conferences
        • Extensive ARC distribution, including NetGalley
        • Blog and social media promotion
        • Outreach in Orca newsletter
    • Awards & Reviews

      Awards
      Reviews
      “Using the format of a school notebook containing Louis' hilarious marginal notes and diagrams reinforces the classroom venue and enhances the comic visual presentation of unflappable Louis and his very cool rock mammoth. Whimsical, imaginative, and highly entertaining.”
      “The scientific method has rarely been introduced with more giggles than in this amusing story...With the current emphasis on STEM, this book will be an enjoyable way to introduce science concepts.”
      “The tale of scientific (or, OK, ‘scientific’) discovery is thrilling from first note to last.”
      “Combining humour, information, tall tales, and accessible comic-style drawings, Rock Mammoth is a sure hit.”
      “Sketchy and cute...This book would be fun to use by having students critique and ‘mark’ Louis’ oral presentation and research methods.”
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    Tales from the Fringes of Fear Jeff Szpirglas Canada, Steven P. Hughes Canada
    9781459824584 Paperback JUVENILE FICTION / Horror Age (years) from 9 - 12, Grade (CAN) from 4 - 7, Grade (US) from 4 - 7, Reading age from 9 - 12 Publication Date:April 21, 2020 Print Run:4000
    $12.95 CAD 5.5 x 8.25 x 0.44 in | 260 gr | 192 pages Carton Quantity:60 Canadian Rights: Y Orca Book Publishers
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      Most kids don’t have to stress about things like exotic insects with a taste for human flesh when they go to class. But students at this school have to be ever vigilant. You never know when a supernatural pastry or a clay monster bent on revenge might be lurking just around the corner. Even a simple field trip to a local animal sanctuary can have ssserious consequences.

      Dragged fresh from the grave and pulled out of the haunted corners of a school locker, these thirteen new stories are a nod to the storytelling style of Tales from the Crypt and The Twilight Zone. They are guaranteed to make you laugh like a hyena, shake your head in wonder or tremble with fear.

      A companion volume to Tales from Beyond the Brain.
      Bio
      Jeff Szpirglas is the author of several works of fiction and nonfiction, including the bestselling Wild Cards, Tales from Beyond the Brain and the Red Maple Award nominee You Just Can't Help It! He has worked at CTV and was an editor at Chirp, Chickadee and Owl magazines. In his spare time, he teaches second grade. Jeff lives in Kitchener, Ontario.

      Steven P. Hughes is an award-winning Canadian illustrator whose clients include the Globe and Mail, Reader's Digest and Scientific American. He graduated from Sheridan College with a BAA in Illustration. He lives in Bolton, Ontario.
      Marketing & Promotion
        Marketing and Promotional Plans
        • Print and online advertising campaigns
        • Promotion at national and regional school, library and trade conferences
        • Extensive ARC distribution, including LibraryThing and NetGalley
        • Blog post interview with author and illustrator
        • Social media promotion; extra focus around Halloween with spooky content
        • Pinterest curriculum connections/activities post
        • Bookmark with Tales from Beyond the Brain
    • Awards & Reviews

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      “A spine-tingling collection that's dead on for young horror buffs.”
      “Szpirglas will capture and hold the reader’s attention to the last page...Perfect bite-sized tales of spine-tingling fun.”
      “This book is perfect for younger fans of the recent movie version of Scary Stories To Tell in the Dark. Each creepy story ends like a door being slammed shut; elementary and middle school readers will be eager to open the door to the next one.”
      “Thrilling...Hand to fans of Scary Stories to Tell in the Dark or Creepshow.”
      “Szpirglas writes with a casual straightforwardness and has a keen sense of when to embrace terror and, crucially, when it is more effective to cut away...In the main, genuinely scary, achieving Edgar Allan Poe’s ideal ‘single effect’: every element of each story working together to frighten a new generation of children.”
      “Will have readers of all ages looking for monsters under the bed, in the hallways at school, behind the walls, and even inside themselves. This frightening, darkly fun anthology is perfect kids’ horror.”
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    Chemical World Science in Our Daily Lives Rowena Rae Canada
    9781459821576 Hardcover JUVENILE NONFICTION / Science & Nature Age (years) from 9 - 12, Grade (CAN) from 4 - 7, Grade (US) from 4 - 7, Reading age from 9 - 12 Publication Date:May 12, 2020 Print Run:5000
    $19.95 CAD 8 x 9.5 x 0.4 in | 480 gr | 48 pages Carton Quantity:24 Canadian Rights: Y Orca Book Publishers
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      Description
      Chemical World: Science in Our Daily Lives explores some of the materials—all of which are made of basic chemical elements—that humans use or come into contact with in their day-to-day lives. Some of these chemicals are naturally occurring—clay, mercury, lead. Others have been synthesized by chemists during the past 150 years and used in a bewildering array of products ranging from roof shingles to toothpaste. Many chemical inventions, as well as naturally produced chemicals, have had profound effects on food supply, developing medicines and creating hosts of useful items for modern life.

      Despite people using both natural and synthetic chemicals with (mainly) good intentions, some chemicals have had unintended negative consequences. Chemical residues have contaminated ecosystems the world over and are compromising the health of many ecosystems, animals and humans. The goal of Chemical World: Science in our Daily Lives is to introduce readers to basic chemistry and chemical history, and to show how chemicals are used for particular reasons but sometimes turn out to be harmful to environmental and human health. It invites readers to take a look at the world around them and ask questions about what’s in their environment and how the things they use and eat every day can affect their own health and the planet’s health.
      Bio
      Rowena Rae worked as a biologist in Canada and New Zealand before becoming a freelance writer and editor and a children’s author. She writes both fiction and nonfiction from her home in Victoria, British Columbia, which she shares with her two book-loving children.
      Marketing & Promotion
        Marketing and Promotional Plans
        • Print and online advertising campaigns
        • Promotion at national and regional school, library and trade conferences
        • Extensive ARC distribution
        • Blog post and social media promotion
        • Outreach in Orca newsletter
        • Continued promotion with Orca Footprints series
    • Awards & Reviews

      Awards
      Junior Library Guild Selection 2020, Commended
      Reviews
      “Gives young eco-activists a leg up on the uses and dangers of classes of chemicals.”
      “Clearly well researched, the text presents organic/inorganic and natural/synthetic issues in a balanced, factual manner...For those readers interested in the subject, and in the environment and activism, it will prove very helpful.”
      “An easy and condensed scientific look at chemicals and their interactions with the natural world…Would do well in a middle school classroom.”
      “An important book to help children understand and protect their world.”
      “Leads the reader logically through the facts about chemicals as they impact everyday life...Grabs your attention firmly on the first page and ensures it won’t waver throughout. Highly Recommended.”

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