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Barbara Haworth-Attard (born July 25, 1953) is the author of two Dear Canada books, A Trail of Broken Dreams and To Stand On My Own. She has also contributed to A Season for Miracles and A Time for Giving.

Biography[]

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Barbara Haworth-Attard is a native of Elmira, Ontario, and presently resides in London, Ontario with her family. Her first junior novel, Dark of the Moon, was published in June 1995. She has since written sixteen novels for middle-grade and young adult readers in a variety of different genres, including historical fiction, fantasy, and contemporary fiction.

Haworth-Attard has been nominated for the Governor General's Award for Children's Literature, and the winner of the Prix Laureate from France, the Snow Willow from Saskatchewan, the British Columbia Stellar Award, and the Arthur Ellis Crime Award for Juvenile Fiction.

Bibliography[]

Dear Canada[]

Selected works[]

  • Dark of the Moon (1995)
  • Theories of Relativity (2003) - nominated for a Governor General's Award
  • Haunted (2009)

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