Recommended Age, Grade, and Reading Levels
- Age: 3 to 18
- Grade: p to 12
If places could talk, what would they say? Every place in Saskatchewan has a story to tell. Journey through time to explore some of them!
About the authors
Crista Bradley is an archivist at the University of Regina in Saskatchewan. Her Master’s thesis focuses on archival programming for older Canadians. More recently she has focused on helping youth to connect with history and archival sources. She has made several presentations to children’s groups and classrooms, and regularly serves as a judge for the Saskatchewan Youth Heritage Fairs program. She is a longtime Girl Guide leader and volunteer for the Saskatchewan Council for Archives & Archivists. www.sasksnapshots.ca
Wendi Nordell currently lives in northern Alberta with her husband, two dogs, a cat, six chickens, and occasionally one or more of her three adult children. Wendi has been drawing since she was a child: she claims to have never been bored as long as there was a pen or pencil and a blank surface to draw on. Her parents were always supportive of her artistic pursuits and even allowed murals to be created on bedroom walls in the family home when she was a teenager. She always has a sketchbook with her, and if she isn’t actively drawing or painting, she is thinking about it. Wendi was thrilled when her uncle, Edward Willett, approached her about collaborating on this project. She shares a passion with her uncle for fictitious characters and events, and although this is her first time drawing science-fiction-based illustrations, she has found them very rewarding to create. You can find Wendi online on Instagram (wendinordellart) and Facebook (Wendi Nordell Art).
Other titles by Wendi Nordell
Tunnels of Terror
Moose Jaw Time Travel Adventure #2
Adventures on the Circle Star Ranch
Tunnels of Time
Moose Jaw Time Travel Adventure #1
Baxter and the Blue Bunny
Walk in Wascana, A
The First St. John?Ambulance Therapy Dog in a Canadian Emergency Room