2006 Word Guild Award Winner, Young Adult Fiction Sophie Mallory S American Family Knows Everything About Fighting The British It S The Family Tradition But After She Comes To Lower Canada In 1838, Rebellion Becomes Personal When She S Taken Prisoner Befriended By Luc, A Young Rebel, She Comes To See Its Many Sides The Deep Wrongs Underlying The Passionate Revolt, The Politics, And The Brutal Savagery Of Its Aftermath This Is No Ordinary Novel About Our Canadian Past Its Two Wonderful Characters Face Complicated Problems Of Friendship, Loyalty, And Betrayal And Begin Questioning Their Families Political Beliefs In Sophie S Rebellion, Beverly Boissery Deftly Weaves Adventure, Excitement, Sadness, Humour, And Personal Growth.
A native Australian, Dr Beverley Boissery knows the writing world from many angles editor, teacher, publisher, scholar and author Mostly, though, she is a writer of 11 books ranging from academic history to young adult fiction In 2006 she was awarded the Surrey International Writers Conference Chamber of Commerce Award for Special Achievement.Her young adult Sophie series published by the Dun
- 224 pages
- Sophie's Rebellion
- Beverley Boissery
- 26 April 2017 Beverley Boissery