Sue Farrell Holler

Sue Farrell Holler

Sue Farrell Holler is the Governor General’s Award-nominated author of the YA novel Cold White Sun as well as the middle-grade novel Lacey and the African Grandmothers and several picture books. Sue grew up on Cape Breton Island, Nova Scotia, where she wrote avidly to more than a hundred pen pals across North America. She later channelled her passion for writing into journalism studies at the University of King’s College in Halifax. Sue has lived in the Northwest Territories and today resides in Grande Prairie, Alberta.

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Books By Sue Farrell Holler

Finding Moose cover

Finding Moose

From the creators of the critically acclaimed Raven, Rabbit, Deer, a boy and his grandfather go for a walk in the forest in search of a moose and discover other animals and plants on their way.

By Sue Farrell Holler & Jennifer Faria

Raven, Rabbit, Deer cover

Raven, Rabbit, Deer

A boy greets animal neighbors on a snowy walk, learning their names and tracks from his beloved grandfather

By Sue Farrell Holler & Jennifer Faria

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