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Children's Fiction School & Education

Glory Days and Other Stories

by (author) Gillian Chan

Publisher
Kids Can Press
Initial publish date
Jan 1996
Category
School & Education
  • Hardback

    ISBN
    9781550743814
    Publish Date
    Jan 1996
    List Price
    $16.95
  • Paperback / softback

    ISBN
    9781550743197
    Publish Date
    Jan 1996
    List Price
    $6.95

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Recommended Age, Grade, and Reading Levels

  • Age: 12 to 18
  • Grade: 7 to 12

Description

Meet Rachel, Art, Rudy, Luisa and Michael. At first glance, they couldn't appear more different from one another. But look a little closer. Each one has an important decision to make -- and must live with the consequences. Their stories about dating, family, power and identity are filled with strong images, ringing with the emotion and reality of life during the teen years.

About the author

 

Après avoir enseigné l'anglais pendant 10 ans, Gillian Chan a réalisé son rêve : celui d'écrire des livres. Elle a d'abord écrit des recueils d'histoires, avant de se lancer dans la rédaction de romans, lui permettant ainsi de combiner son amour de l'histoire avec l'écriture. Pour écrire Un océan nous sépare, l'auteure s'est rendue plusieurs fois à Vancouver pour s'imprégner de l'atmosphère et pour mieux raconter le cheminement de sa jeune héroïne. Gillian Chan a obtenu plusieurs récompenses pour ce livre.

 

After being an English teacher for ten years, Gillian Chan realized her dream of becoming a writer in 1994. Her first book, Golden Girl and Other Stories, was shortlisted for the Mr. Christie's Book Award. A companion collection, Glory Days and Other Stories, was also a Christie nominee, and made the shortlist for the 1996 Governor General's Literary Award. When she turned to writing novels, Gillian was able to combine her writing with her love of history, writing such books as The Carved Box and A Foreign Field.
During her preparations for An Ocean Apart, Gillian travelled to Vancouver several times, walking the streets that would have been familiar to Mei. Her husband read and translated Chinese newspapers for her from the period in which the story was set. She has just finished writing a new title about the War of 1812 for Dear Canada's "little brother," the I Am Canada series.

 

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