Michelle Mulder is passionate about books, bicycles, children, and chocolate. This is her third book for children. She has lived in Halifax, Montreal, and Vancouver. She and her husband are now living happily in Victoria, B.C.
Books by Michelle Mulder
Rosario and her parents come to Canada as political refugees from Mexico. Rosario hates her heavily-accented English, but she breaks the language barrier to save a migrant farm worker's life.
This illustrated book of nonfiction for middle-grades sheds light on innovative and sustainable energy sources.
Part of the nonfiction Orca Footprints series for middle-grade readers, this book explores one of our most precious resources: water.
Part of the nonfiction Orca Footprints series for middle readers, illustrated with many color photographs. Readers will find out what urban rewilding is and how it can make our lives (and our planet) safer and healthier.
Orca Footprints nonfiction series for middle readers. Readers will learn how to take an active part in creating the kind of cities they'd like to live in.
Inspired by true story of kids protesting over chocolate prices.
Dian is outraged when her fourteen-year-old Dominican friend announces that she is engaged to be married.
Ellie's passion for tango music leads to an interest in Argentine history and a desire to separate herself from her parents' problems.
This illustrated book of nonfiction for middle-grades describes how bicycles can be used for many things apart from transportation.
Part of the nonfiction Orca Footprints series for middle readers, with color photographs throughout. Readers will learn how purchases affect the environment and what the world would look like if we bought less stuff.
In this middle-grade novel, thirteen-year-old Chloë learns about her family’s history while helping her grandfather in his garden.
This illustrated book of nonfiction for middle-graders shows how people all over the world are working to keep our planet from drowning in a sea of garbage.
Based on a true story of kids bringing peace to Colombia.