Sara is always wondering "what if?" Caught up in the daily struggles in Depression-era Winnipeg, Sara’s busy parents can’t stop to answer. Sara's imagination turns into resourcefulness when her parents ask for help.
Rhea Tregebov’s books for children have been recommended in A Guide to Canadian Children’s Books as well CBC radio’s Children’s Literature Panel. She has written five children’s picture books, three in the “Sasha” series, which feature her son as the hero. Her books have been translated into French and Danish. She has also written six collections of poetry for adults. She lives in Vancouver where she teaches Creative Writing at the University of British Columbia.
LEANNE FRANSON first studied Fine Arts at Concordia University. After working as a dishwasher, massage therapist, short-order cook, waitress, foot courier, and clerk at a fine arts materials shop, she decided to devote herself to illustrating children's books. Originally from Regina, SK, she lives with her son, two cats, and her Saint-Bernard in Montreal.