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Julie Lawson
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Fires Burning

4.6  ·  Rating Details ·  5 Ratings  ·  1 Review
268 pages
Published 1995 by Stoddart
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Neill Smith
Aug 06, 2011 Neill Smith rated it it was amazing
Chelsea’s dad was injured just after she had been left with him by her mother when she was vacationing with her new boyfriend. Diggon had run away after his friends beat up an innocent boy. When Chelsea was sent to stay with her uncle and Diggon ran away to their summer cabin beside Chelsea’s uncle, both must learn to face the secret truths that are affecting both their lives – Diggon a witness and silent participant to bullying and Chelsea the victim of abuse.
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Julie Lawson is the award-winning author of many books for young people. Her novels include White Jade Tiger (winner of the Sheila A. Egoff Book Literature Prize and nominated for both the Canadian Library Association Book of the Year Award and the Silver Birch Award), Destination Gold, and The Ghost of Avalanche Mountain. Among her acclaimed picture books are The Dragon’s Pearl, Emma and the Silk ...more
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