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Confidence: Stories

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In this brilliant debut collection, Melanie Little emerges as a bold new voice with ten smart stories that explore and explode the concept of confidence in all of its contradictory meanings, suggesting a very fine line between trust and treachery. In Little’s world, a Grade 6 schoolgirl grapples with having a left leg that is four inches longer than her right leg, a father ...more
Paperback, 248 pages
Published February 1st 2003 by Thomas Allen Publishers
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Melanie Little decided she wanted to be a writer roughly around the time she became conscious. Or, to be more exact, around the time she became conscious of words. Her first book, self-published when she was three years old, was about a family of bank robbers (though she called them "banque" robbers, proof, perhaps, of the bilingual nature of northern Ontario, where she grew up). The book was well ...more