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Dear Canada: A Time for Giving: Ten Tales of Christmas

Dear Canada: A Time for Giving: Ten Tales of Christmas

by Jean Little, Sarah Ellis, Carol Matas, Karleen Bradford, Susan Aihoshi, Barbara Haworth-Attard, Norah McClintock, Janet McNaughton, Ruby Slipperjack

ISBN 9781443133739 Paperback
ISBN 9781443133746 Ebook
216 Pages | 5.22" x 7.58" | Ages 9 to 12
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Featuring stories from nine outstanding Canadian authors, this anthology is the perfect Christmas gift for Dear Canada readers, both old and new!

A Time for Giving includes ten tales of Christmas, following the most recent Dear Canada diarists "the Christmas after" their diary ends. Johanna Leary is reunited with her brother after they were separated at Grosse-ÃŽle; Mary Kobayashi spends a second Christmas at a Japanese internment camp; Rose Rabinowitz finds some surprising challenges in her new country, and many more!

A Special Gift is a story from Ojibwe writer Ruby Slipperjack to preview her upcoming Dear Canada (coming in Fall 2016!), set the winter before the diarist is sent to Residential School.

Contributors include Jean Little (Exiles from the War and All Fall Down), Barbara Haworth- Attard (To Stand on My Own), Sarah Ellis (That Fatal Night), Susan Aihoshi (Torn Apart), Norah McClintock (A Sea of Sorrows), Karleen Bradford (A Country of Our Own), Janet McNaughton (Flame and Ashes), Carol Matas (Pieces of the Past), and Ruby Slipperjack.

Praise for Dear Canada: A Season for Miracles: Twelve Tales of Christmas

"From some of your favourite Dear Canada girls. These touching stories of Christmas offer a glimpse into each girl's diary a year after the events of their original diary."-Toronto Public Library

Rights Sold

  • All rights available

Selling Points

  • Previous Dear Canada Christmas anthologies were bestsellers
  • Makes a great seasonal trilogy and will boost sales of the two prior Christmas anthologies.
  • Features many of Canada's top authors including: Sarah Ellis, Jean Little, Carol Matas, Janet McNaughton and others

Contact Information

Maral Maclagan, Rights and Contracts Manager
mmaclagan@scholastic.ca | 416-915-3524
604 King Street West, Toronto, ON, M5V 1E1

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