Piece by piece : stories about fitting into Canada /
edited by Teresa Toten.
Toronto, ON : Puffin Canada, 2010.
183 p. : portraits ; 23.5 cm.
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Toronto, ON : Puffin Canada, 2010.
This new anthology features stories by some of Canada's finest authors who were born in another country and who went through the experience of trying to "fit in." Exploring the time and incidents, dating from the shock of first impressions to the author's first stirrings of "becoming Canadian" and what that meant to them, the young adult audience is a perfectly tuned readership for this collection. Whether the teens were born in Canada or not, both the newly arrived and young adults share a powerful desire to fit in, to be accepted. Contributors include: Linda Granfield (U.S), Marina Nemat (Iran), Richard Poplak (South Africa), Eva Wiseman (Hungary), and more ...
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target audience
12 and up.
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Quill & Quire, March 2010
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