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Growing Up & Facts of Life
  • Author:
    Barbara Haworth-Attard
  • ISBN:
    1896184383
  • ISBN13:
    978-1896184388
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  • Publisher:
    Roussan Pub Inc; 1 edition (May 1, 1998)
  • Pages:
    178 pages
  • Subcategory:
    Growing Up & Facts of Life
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Buried Treasure book. Barbara Haworth-Attard is a native of Elmira, Ontario, presently residing in London, Ontario with her family.

Buried Treasure book. June 1995 saw the publication of her first junior novel, Dark of the Moon. Since then she has written twelve novels in the historical fiction, fantasy and contemporary genres for middle-grade and young adult readers. Her thirteenth book, "Forget-Me-Not" a sequel to has Barbara Haworth-Attard is a native of Elmira, Ontario, presently residing in London, Ontario with her family.

Barbara Haworth-Attard. Barbara Haworth-Attard. The dark threat of polio becomes a reality for a young Prairie girl. In the summer of 1937, life on the Prairies is not easy. Still reeling from the death of her mother, Harriet sets out on a dangerous journey - disguised as a boy, since no "petticoats" are allowed on the trip - determined to find her missing father in the gold fields of British Columbia's Cariboo. The journey itself is incredibly difficult, and Harriet still has to find her father before the winter snows close down the entire Williams Creek area.

Barbara Haworth-Attard (born July 25, 1953) is a Canadian children's writer who lives in London, Ontario, Canada. The Three Wishbells - 1995. Dark of the Moon - 1995. Buried Treasure - 1998

Barbara Haworth-Attard (born July 25, 1953) is a Canadian children's writer who lives in London, Ontario, Canada. Buried Treasure - 1998. Love-Lies-Bleeding - 1999. Theories of Relativity - 2003 (nominated for a Governor General's Award). A Trail of Broken Dreams: The Gold Rush Diary of Harriet Palmer (Dear Canada) - 2004. Forget-Me-Not - 2005.

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Barbara Haworth-Attard (born July 25, 1953) is the author of 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. 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.

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Mar 27, 2018 Posted by Barbara Haworth-Attard. For those in the London (Ontario) area, I’ll be at Western this Wednesday (March 7) for an author event hosted by Beyond the Books. I’ll be with other local authors, Emma Donoghue (Room), Adrienne Kress, Michael Arntfield & Kelly Armstrong. It’ll run 6:30PM to 8:30PM in the Health Sciences Building, room 40. Flag as Inappropriate. Are you certain this article is inappropriate? Excessive Violence Sexual Content Political, Social. Haworth-Attard at GenreCon 2007. 25 July 1953 Works. Book Talk: Haunted by Barbara Haworth-Attard. Reto Estudiantil 2007.

Solo and solitary. That's how 15 year old Jesse goes through life if you don't care for people, you don't get hurt and Jesse is hurting and angry. Jesse prides himself on the fact that he is just like his father a cold and aloof consulting engineer who is constantly away from home on business. Nothing bothers Dad, not even the fact that Jesse's mother has died.

But when Jesse becomes involved in a "swarming" incident at the mall, Dad decides Jesse will spend the summer with his father's family in a small port town, a family neither Jesse or his father has seen in 10 years.

Jesse can't believe Dad actually leaves him with Aunt Maggie, Uncle John, a fisherman, his cousins, Lia, Mandy and Carrie, and worst of all, his grandfather, a foul-mouthed, ill-tempered old man, who considers anything that moves as fair game for his cane. Jesse is dismayed that his job for the summer is to keep an eye on the old man and constantly check his pockets.

It seems everywhere his grandfather goes, he likes to bring a little bit of it back with him salt and pepper shakers from the french fry stand, fishing line from the bait shop, perfume from the drugstore, none of it paid for.

Escaping his new found family, Jesse walks high above the lake on a bluff, and comes across a girl teetering on the cliff edge. Eliza's mother has committed suicide and Eliza cannot cope with the resulting turbulent emotions. But that's her problem Jesse decides, not his.

Trailing after his grandfather through town, Jesse ignores the old man, especially his talk about a treasure to be found on Needle Point, a long spit of land reaching out into the lake. Jesse figures the old man's treasure is the junk he carts around in his pockets until Eliza explains that in the past people used Needle Point as a place to hide gold coins and jewels.

Jesse, his grandfather and Eliza sail to the Point to hunt for the treasure. Day after day Jesse digs in the hot sand finding nothing he thinks. But as he digs he discovers that his grandfather is very much like himself and his father unable to reach out to anyone, to ask for help. Slowly Jesse's solo and solitary armor begins to erode as he helps Eliza come to terms with her mother's death and realizes that buried beneath his grandfather's own armor is a man who needs him and he needs his grandfather.

One day while returning from the spit of sand a squall comes up and swamps the boat. Making the decision to give up his solo and solitary Jesse braves the elements and swims to shore to save his grandfather and in doing so discovers the real buried treasure within himself.