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Skunks for Breakfast

by Lesley Choyce, illustrated by Brenda Jones

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publisher: Nimbus Publishing
Description

Everyone knows there are no skunks in Nova Scotia...Right? Well, that's what Pamela thinks, until she wakes up one morning to a terrible smell.

Now Pamela stinks, her father stinks, her sister stinks, and her mother stinks. Soon her life stinks—her friends at school won't come near her! And no matter how many skunks her father catches underneath the house, there always seems to be another.

Join Pamela and her family as they confront the odorous onslaught—and watch Pamela slowly start to like the unexpectedly cute creatures.

About the Authors

Lesley Choyce

Lesley Choyce is the author of ninety books of literary fiction, short stories, poetry, creative nonfiction and young adult novels, including The Republic of Nothing and Dumb Luck.

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Brenda Jones grew up on Prince Edward Island, and then moved to Montreal in her early 20s, beginning a career in film animation. For 20 years she worked for private studios, doing color design, backgrounds, and art direction for many animated television series. Her parallel career as an illustrator began in the ’80s after her daughter was born. She has now published more than a dozen books, including Skunks for Breakfast, which won the Lillian Shepherd Award for illustration.

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Contributor Notes

Lesley Choyce lives at Lawrencetown Beach and is the author of 65 books including The Coasts of Canada, a history of the country’s shorelines. He has also edited a companion volume to Nova Scotia: Shaped by the Sea titled Nova Scotia: A Traveler’s Companion.

Recommended Age, Grade, and Reading Levels
Age:
4 to 8
Grade:
p to 2
Reading age:
4 to 8
Awards
  • Winner, Lillian Shepherd Memorial Award for Excellence in Illustration

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