The Golden Rose: It is 1862 when Katherine, 14, arrives in BC with her English family to start a farm. The problem? They know nothing of farming.
Living Freight: Orphaned at 13, Emma is sent from England to BC in the hold of a brideship in 1862. All she wants is to be free.
Taking the Reins: Katherine and Emma meet when Katherine is forced to sell her horse to feed her family over winter. The two girls dislike one another from the start.
Sea Dog: Seven year old Kyle rescues a half-drowned dog from the sea. He names her Treasure and nurses her back to life. But then Cap'n Bob shows up and claims the dog fell off his boat in a storm. He insists Treasure belongs to him, and her name is Otter.
Short, page-turner novels for teens:
Crossbow; young teens
Spoiled Rotten; young teens
No Problem; older teens
Mystery from History, Alberta Alibi, Barkerville Gold, Something Suspicious in Saskatchewan:
On an RV trip across Canada, cousins Katie and Rusty, and Katie's best friend Sheila, keep stumbling across mysteries that need their help to solve.
Birute Galdikas, Friend of the Orangutan
Catriona Le May Doan, Fastest Woman on Ice
Two short biographies of remarkable Canadian women from Pearson Educational Publishing.
The Case of the Belly-Up Fish
Night of the Aliens
The Mystery at Eagle Lake/ Le Secret du Lac a L-Aigle
A Sea Lion Called Salena
Disappearing Act: Easy to read crime fiction, available at Orca Book Publishers.
Woman in the Glass; Crime fiction, e-book, Write Words