Description: (Moose Jaw Time Travel Adventure #1) Instead of going on a school bike trip in the mountains, thirteen-year-old Andrea has to attend a boring family wedding in boring Moose Jaw. She is annoyed by this situation and barely listens when a local restaurant owner talks about the old days of gangsters and gamblers hiding in the tunnels below the city. But then Andrea accidentally falls into one of those tunnels and finds herself back in 1920s Moose Jaw. How will Andrea outsmart the gangsters who are demanding that she work for them? And will she ever see her family again?
Updated and republished by DriverWorks Ink and Emmbee Ink.
This republished first book of the bestselling Canadian classic adventure series features updated language, shorter chapters for easier reading and read-alouds, especially for teachers and parents. Readers will also enjoy the addition of 12 illustrations, Historical Notes, Ask the Author, and Discussion Questions.
ISBN 978-1-927570-57-9; 5.5″w x 8.5″h; 224 pages; cover art and 12 illustrations by Wendi Nordell. © 2020; Ages 9 and up; Juvenile fiction; Young Adult Fiction; Adventure; Historical Fiction; Family; Change; Co-operation; Friendship; Determination; Canadian History; Literacy; Education; Learning resources; Prairie Provinces; Saskatchewan author; Canadian.
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About the Author: Mary Harelkin Bishop is an award-winning author of numerous bestselling juvenile historical fiction books. She has been a teacher, a teacher-librarian, and an educational/ instructional consultant with Saskatoon Public Schools, having spent more than half her career working in core neighbourhood schools and First Nations schools. She resides in Saskatoon and has worked on writing projects with elementary schools in Saskatoon as well as mentoring adult writers and doing author presentations. Mary has taught a master’s class in Canadian Children’s Literature at the University of Saskatchewan and literature classes for SUNTEP (Saskatoon Urban Native Teacher Education Program) through the Gabriel Dumont Institute.
Responses from Readers:
- “I loved this book! Couldn’t put it down. I can’t wait to read the next one in the series.”
- ”I loved reading this book to my students when I was teaching. It was a favourite. I can’t wait to read it to my grandchildren.”
- “These are amazing stories! They should be made into a movie series!”
- “I have shared this book in my classroom for years. It’s great.”
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