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Simcoe Reformer discusses Moon at Nine with Deborah Ellis

July 3rd, 2014

“While the book covers a nationality and subject matter she hasn’t covered yet, it does have many of the same themes. “I write about courage and how people find it,” said Ellis. Ellis’ work often explores social justice and human rights. She noted the issues explored in Moon at Nine will resonate with people in […]

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Sylvia Gunnery interview in the Westman Journal

May 21st, 2013

During her TD Canadian Children’s Book Week tour of Manitoba, Sylvia Gunnery (Emily For Real, 2012) had the opportunity to talk with Jordan Wasilka of the Westman Journal. The interview made the front page. Here’s a sneak peek: “‘The publishing industry is in a lot of trouble’ asserts the author, ‘but people still have faith […]

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Alma Fullerton writes about shoes at The 4:00 Book Hook

February 6th, 2013

The 4:00 Book Hook is a newsletter released bimonthly by a group of seven children’s book authors. In the current issue, author Alma Fullerton talks about her most recent book, A Good Trade, and why a new pair of shoes is so important to its protagonist—and to kids around the world. “…I think it’s important […]

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Brantford Expositor interviews Marsha and Tuyet

September 11th, 2012

Marsha Forchuk Skrypuch and Tuyet Yurczyszyn (born Son Thi Anh Tuyet, later Tuyet Morris), met with Brantford Expositor journalist Michelle Ruby this week to talk about One Step at a Time: A Vietnamese Child Finds Her Way. The book, written by Marsha about Tuyet’s experiences as a young refugee in Canada, is the sequel to […]

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