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Bone Dance

by Martha Brooks

|September 1, 1998

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Alexandra's beloved grandfather was fond of saying, Life is full of surprises, and sometimes the good and the bad get all bunched up together. However, he could not have prepared her for the death of her father, a man she never knew, and his legacy -- a cabin on…

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The car lurches to a halt.The old man finally rolls down his window, studies Laker for one eternal moment while his daughter, behind the steering wheel, fumes and listens to the radio. Laker stands, shrunken and zipped and snapped and collared inside his damp,…

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In daily love letters written to her husband and soul companion, Brian, over the year following his death from brain cancer, critically acclaimed author, playwright, and jazz singer Martha Brooks leads us on a journey through grief that is both deeply personal…

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A year after her mother's death, sixteen-year-old Sidonie still spends sleepless nights playing cards with her cat, Bogie. During the day she lies around and reads under the nose of her nineteen-year-old sister, Roberta, who angrily scrubs floors that are…

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Canadian Library Association YA Book of the Year In 1981, sixteen-year-old Sally McLean is in a car full of teenagers when it plunges through the ice to the bottom of Mistik Lake. Sally is the only survivor. Many years later, Sally's teenaged daughter, Odella,…

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Make three fast and fun blanket designs for your bundle of joy in no time at all! All baby blankets are made using medium-weight yarn. Snow White Afghan is 35” square, Ruffled Rainbows is 40” square, and Little Boy Blue is 38” square.

Mistik Lake

by Martha Brooks

|May 17, 2010

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arg1-9782874261169.html Par une nuit glac?e de l?hiver 1981, une voiture fit une embard?e sur les rives de Mistik Lake puis d?rapa sur la surface gel?e du lac avant de couler ? pic. Des quatre jeunes occupants, il y eut une seule survivante : Sally. Ce tragique…

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Paradise Café and Other Stories was chosen as winner of the 1989 Vicky Metcalf Short Story Award, and winner of the Boston Globe Horn Book Honor Choice Award in 1991. It was also nominated for the Governor General’s Award. Without sentimentality Brooks…

Queen of Hearts

by Martha Brooks

|September 1, 2010

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Finalist for the Geoffrey Bilson Award for Historical Fiction for Young People and the IODE Violet Downey Book Award, and an American Library Association Notable Children's Book and a Kirkus Reviews Best Book It's 1941, and Canada is two years into World War II.…

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This is a pre-1923 historical reproduction that was curated for quality. Quality assurance was conducted on each of these books in an attempt to remove books with imperfections introduced by the digitization process. Though we have made best efforts - the books…

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Have you ever seen the rabbit-in-the-moon? Folktales from many cultures explain how the rabbit came to be there. When award-winning novelist Martha Brooks heard one such tale, she was inspired to write her own lovely story about a little rabbit who finds a…

Andrews Tree

by Martha Brooks

|January 16, 1998

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Four months ago Patrick Devereaux’s little brother, Andrew, was struck down and killed by a car. Unable to express his grief, twelve–year–old Patrick is caught in a merry–go–round of guilt and denial. Then the eccentric…