Noticed! Quill & Quire’s Fall Preview 2012 for Young Readers

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Quill & Quire Magazine fall 2012

The Quill & Quire has released its Fall Preview 2012 for Young Readers.

This season, YA readers are in for a treat with the launch of the following books:Between Heaven and Earth, by Eric Walters (Orca Publishers); Starling, by Lesley Livingston (HarperCollins Canada); My Name Is Parvana, by Deborah Ellis (Groundwood Books); Neil Flambé and the Tokyo Treasure, by author, broadcaster and illustrator Kevin Sylvester (Simon & Schuster), Rebel Heart, by Moira Young (Double Day Canada); Outlaw in India, by Philip Roy (Ronsdale Press), And Nothing But the Truth, by Kit Pearson (HarperCollins Canada), The Reluctant Journal of Henry K. Larsen, by Susin Nielsen (Tundra Books); The Boy in the Box: Master Melville’s Medicine Show, by Cary Fagan (Puffin Canada); The Scratch on the Ming Vase, by Caroline Stellings (Second Story Press); Counting Back from Nine, by Valerie Sherrard (Fitzhenry & Whiteside); Second Chances, by Brenda Chapman (Dundurn Press), One Year in Coal Harbour, by Polly Horvath (Groundwood Books); Pirate Cinema, written by copyright activist and BoingBoing.net co-editor Cory Doctorow (Tor/Raincoast); Call the Shots, by B.C. screenwriter Don Calame (Candlewick Press/Random House; Millions for a Song, by André Vanasse, translated from French by Susan Ouriou and Christelle Morelli (Red Deer Press); Becoming Holmes, by Shane Peacock (Tundra Books); Such Wicked Intent, by Kenneth Oppel (HarperCollins Canada); Shade and Sorceress: The Last Days of Tian Di, by Catherine Egan (Coteau Books); The Adventures of Radisson: Hell Never Burns, by historian Martin Fournier (Baraka Books); The Moon Speaks Cree, by Larry Loyies(Theytus Books); The Lynching of Louie Sam, by Elizabeth Stewart (Annick Press); I Am Canada: A Call to Battle, by Gillian Chan (Scholastic Canada); The Darkest Corner of the World, by Urve Tamberg (Dancing Cat Books); Breakaway, by Toronto-based screenwriter Michael Betcherman (Razorbill); Hockey Girl, by Natalie Hyde (Fitzhenry & Whiteside); The Secret Life of a Funny Girl, by Susan Chalker Browne (Flanker Press); Homo, by Michael Harris (Lorimer); A Long Way Home, by Alice Walsh (Second Story Press).

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