Camp Outlook

When her baby brother is born with Down syndrome, Shannon's beliefs are shaken and she is sent to Camp Outlook, where she is confronted by the difference of several campers and comes to appreciate the specialness of her new brother.

The Way Home

Tory has been bumped from foster home to foster home for most of her nine years. Living with yet another new family, this time on a horse ranch for the summer, she falls in love with Lucky, the friendly pony she is allowed to ride. This junior novel explores the importance of individual courage as well as the joy of belonging.

A Long Way From Home

Thirteen-year-old Rabia and her family have fled Afghanistan and are on their way to America on the morning of 9/11, and when their plane is diverted to Newfoundland, their future is called into question.

Home Free

Growing up in the 1960s, twelve-year-old Lee Mets fights against expectations by wanting to be a writer. A finalist for the 2009 ForeWord Book of the Year Awards.