Now on shelves!
Jean's debut adult novel is an affecting story of family, identity, and art that involves a decades-old mystery. Vividly drawn, Lake Superior is almost a character in itself, changeable yet constant, its shores providing both safety and isolation. For more, click here
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"This is a perfect hammock read for those who love the Bronte sisters and Jodie Picoult in equal measure." - Publisher's Weekly
"A haunting tale of nostalgia and lost chances that is full of last-minute surprises." - Kirkus
A Globe and Mail and Toronto Star bestseller!
(July 8, 2017)
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Coming August 1, 2017 from Groundwood Books
In the stillness of a summer dawn, two siblings leave their campsite with fishing rods, tackle and bait, and push a red canoe into the lake. Gorgeously illustrated by Phil, and inspired by paddling in Quetico, the Boundary Waters and Algonquin parks, this lyrical story describes a perfect summer morning on the lake, with a satisfying, delicious ending. For more, click here.
"A true gem that invites contemplation and reflection in children, who are often too busy to notice the beauty of everyday life." - School Library Journal.
"Evocative, lyrical, perfect." - Kirkus