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Speak To The Earth

by William Bell

tagged: environment, general (see also headings under social themes), dating & sex
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list price: $7.99
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ISBN:9780770427245
publisher: PRH Canada Young Readers
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Description

"EVERYTHING'S CHANGED...EVERYTHING'S GONE BAD."
Fifteen-year-old Bryan Troupe is at first indifferent to the bitter dispute between loggers and "tree-huggers" that splits the community of Nootka harbour on Vancouver Island. But when a similar rift divides his own family and affects his relationship with his girlfriend, Bryan becomes relentlessly drawn into the centre of an environmental conflict that shatters his entire way of life.

About the Author
William Bell was a teacher and the bestselling author of a number of teen novels.
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Contributor Notes

William Bell’s young adult novels have been translated into nine languages and have won a number of awards, among them the Manitoba Readers’ Choice Award, the Mr. Christie’s Award, the Ruth Schwartz Award, and the Canadian Librarians’ Association Award. He lives in Orillia, Ontario, with author Ting-xing Ye.

Recommended Age and Grade
Age:
12 to 18
Grade:
7 to 12

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