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Publisher:Groundwood Books, 2001Note: This book was purchased with support from the Government of Canada's Social Development Partnerships Program - Disability Component.
- Auteur: Doyle, BrianDate:Created2001Sommaire:
Winner of the IODE National Chapter Award, and Horn Book Fanfare Top Ten List selection. In this brillant and poetic novel, Brian Doyle returns to the Gatineau River near Ottawa, the world of his novels Up to Low and Uncle Ronald. Mary Ann Alice McCrank was named for the pretty church bell in the steeple of St. Martin's Church in the Martindale. She has the soul of a poet and Mickey McGuire Jr. is in love with her. Mary Ann Alice is passionately interested in many things, especially the geology of her part of the world. Her teacher, the wonderful Patchy Drizzle, shares her passion for rocks and fossils, many of which can be found along the river and in caves under the famous Paugan Falls. But a new project to dam the river at Low places rocks, fossils, falls as well as many farms in danger. The dam must go ahead. And, as with much technological change, it brings both benefits and tragedies to the community.Sujet(s): Dams | Teacher-student relationships | Cities and towns | Determination (Personality trait) | Geology | Self-perception | Québec--Low (Canton) | CanadaÉditeur original: [S.l.], Groundwood Books LtdLangue(s): English