Frances loves to write, especially in her favourite spot—the barn loft! Encouraged by her aunt, she sends a poem to The Western Producer, hoping it will be chosen for the Young Co-operators' Club pages—a section of the newspaper just for young writers like her. And she waits ... and she waits.
Will the newspaper editor ever print her poem?
Published by YNWP (Regina, SK)
Format: 32 pages, 10 x 8
Available from Chapters/Indigo or through your usual library supplier.
This is a book that young readers will enjoy for its historical elements, lovely illustrations, and relatable childhood story" – Rated “E” for excellent.
- Resource Links, October 2017.
If you’ve ever wanted to buy a children’s book that educates, captivates and inspires your little ones about farm life and writing, this is the book.
– Christalee Froese, The Western Producer, Review, “Farm girl’s writing aspirations bound to kindle memories,” Sept 7, 2017.
This story highlights an important piece of creative history in the Canadian Prairies.
-Sabrina Wong, Teaching and Outreach Librarian at Capilano University, North Vancouver, BC, Canadian Materials, Review, June 2017, "Recommended."