by Welwyn Wilton Katz (Goodreads Author)
In 2030, the city of Ottawa is covered by a dome to protect its citizens from widespread pollution. Only a few spots of real wilderness are left in the world. Sara and her brother, Karl, are reluctantly traveling with their grandmother to the North Pole to see the natural world and to fight a last environmental crusade. Not only will the kids have to do without movies, com...more
Hardcover, 172 pages
Published April 4th 2002 by Groundwood Books
(first published April 1st 1995)
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Set in the future when the environment has, predictably, been largely destroyed, this book avoids the trap of becoming just another preachy treatise on what will happen if we don't take care of our planet (not that that isn't important, but I do like to be entertained when I'm reading fiction). It is first and foremost a great time-travel story, with well-developed characters and some new twists on traditional time-travel conventions. It's kind of awesome, actually. Should get more attention tha...more
Everyone has interests. Some people like my father had very few but he knew everything about them and received an OBE for the work he did on one of them during the second world war. Obviously this anecdote shows that having only a few interests isn't a bad thing. However, sometimes I think that the more things people are interested in, the more chance they have of becoming a traditionally publishe...moreMore about Welwyn Wilton Katz...