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A hilarious look at a child's view of a mother's bad day. Originally published in 1989 by Ragweed Press, this book is considered to be a P.E.I. classic. This unique view of mother's "bad day" through the observant eyes of a child is a weird and wonderful story…

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Scully, a young hearing-impaired girl, wants to play outside in the rain, away from her brother Leo and her busy mother. She loves to feel the sensation of the rain running over her face. After escaping briefly to the wet green trees outside, she is grounded and…

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"Slow and steady," that's how you make a grandfather clock.    Grandpa should know. He and Cayley have made nineteen clocks together. Now they are making Cayley's very own, a Lord Nelson. Then, one night, Cayley awakes to the sound of a siren.…

A Group of One

by Rachna Gilmore

|August 11, 2015

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A girl of mixed heritage discovers that both cultures are important parts of who she is. Mr. Toller grins. "I guess we plain old regular Canadians need to know the history of other places to get a real and balanced view." Plain old regular. As in white. It jolts…

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Nobby meets the older Zilla when her family goes on holiday. Zilla is developmentally disabled, but much more fun than the average teenager. The friendship grows until Uncle Chad shows up. He is snooty and sometimes unthinkingly cruel to Zilla. Prejudices and…

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“When I was your age, I never got so muddy jumping in puddles!” If that sounds familiar, you’re bound to understand poor Lisabeth. She can’t seem to do anything that measures up to the smug, perfect little ghost called…

That Boy Red

by Rachna Gilmore

|April 12, 2011

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It’s the Depression, but Red’s family is managing better thanmost on their Prince Edward Island farm. Hard working andresourceful, they have enough to eat and to help others, evenif at times they are mocked by their neighbours for puttingeducation…

Roses for Gita

by Rachna Gilmore

|September 17, 1996

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Gita, recently emigrated from India, wants to plant a garden like her grandma’s back home. She receives unexpected help from her crotchety old neighbour, Mr. Flinch. As the two garden, Gita sees Mr. Flinch in a new light.

Wild Rilla

by Rachna Gilmore

|September 30, 1997

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A full-colour picture book about an ordinary girl who can magically turn herself into a feisty super girl who helps out. To most people Rilla seems like any kid who sometimes gets into trouble at school. But Rilla is not ordinary at all; she’s magical.She…

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The wonders of a child's imagination. When Dad doesn't have time to play in the snow with her, Emily is annoyed. Then she becomes so mad that she makes a snow dinosaur and calls it Grizzle. Grizzle comes alive, and she is a Dilophosaurus with a temper to match…

The Sower Of Tales

by Rachna Gilmore

|September 30, 2005

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All her life, Calantha has wanted only one thing: to apprentice with the Gatherer, and dedicate herself entirely to the Story Pods and the Tales. She dreams and muddles her way through her days, bumbling her chores and exasperating her mother. But when evening…

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Veena and I'd been best friends for five years. Sure, I knew other kids, but I'd never hung out with anyone else. I've never been good at going up to kids and starting conversations. Or phoning them. What would I say?... Veena, she understood me. She…