Author: Carol Matas
by Sherie Posesorski
Every Holocaust survivor story is both an adventure and a horror story. As in every adventure story, there is danger-life-threatening situations and enemies. Since these are overcome by the survivor's ingenuity and courage, the ending becomes an affirmat Read more...
by Manny Drukier
After the War is a novel that tells of a fifteen-year-old Holocaust survivor's return to her empty home in Poland and her subsequent flight to Palestine via the underground railway.
Ruth's tragic but hopeful tale, told in the first person, Read more...
by Olga Stein
The Primrose Path is not a story about the usual afflictions of adolescence: crippling insecurity, alcohol or drug addiction, and sexual peer pressure. Debbie Mazer's life is marred by something far more disturbing and sinister, something that even Read more...
Books for Young Adults - Roads to Maturity
by Pat Barclay
For each protagonist in this group of novels for young adults, facing up to a challenge is as necessary as breathing. Coming to grips with a challenge means passing another milestone along the road to maturity. It's a matter of life and death. Read more...
by Karen Krossing
Award-winning authors Karleen Bradford and Carol Matas have written the latest in the Dear Canada series of fictional diaries, which began last year with Sarah Ellis's Prairie as Wide as the Sea and Jean Little's Orphan at My Door. Each of these beautiful imitation diaries includes a ribbon bookmark and historical notes and photos. Read more...
| Whisperings of Magic |
by Karleen Bradford
184 pages $14 trade paperback
| Stones |
by William Bell
218 pages $16.95 trade paperback
|The War Within |
by Carol Matas
152 pages $18.99 cloth
|The Gramma War |
by Kristen Butcher
Orca Book Publishers
170 pages $8.95 trade paperback
| In the Clear |
by Anne Laurel Carter
Orca Book Publishers
138 pages $8.95 trade paperback
by Jeffrey Canton
2001 looks to be yet another exciting year for children's books in Canada with exciting new offerings by William Bell, Karleen Bradford and Carol Matas among the new spring fiction releases as well as new picture books by Ludmila Zeman, Veronika Martenova Charles and Mireille Levert. Read more...