Orca Book Publishers, Fall 2016
* a Junior Library Guild selection, the children’s non-fiction honor winner for the 2017 Green Earth Book Awards, shortlisted for the Silver Birch Non-fiction Award 2018, and selected for Canadian Children’s Book Centre’s Best Books for Kids and Teens 2017 (starred selection)
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