Back to the Cabin

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Orca Book Publishers, 1996 - Juvenile Fiction - 32 pages
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Jack and Angus don't want to go to the cabin for the summer. There's no TV, no video games ... there's nothing to do!

But of course a cabin on the lake is the perfect place to swim, fish, build forts and explore. And the days are so full, there's no time to miss TV or video games. In fact, when the summer is over Jack and Angus don't want to go back to the city. At home there's no lake, no boat, no fort ... there's nothing to do!

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About the author (1996)

Ann Blades was only 20 years old when she began teaching at the schoolhouse near Mile 18, British Columbia. Unable to find books for her students that represented their lives, she decided to write and illustrate her own stories. Mary of Mile 18 was her first book and included the students she taught that year. She has written and illustrated many award-winning books, including "A Boy of Tache," and "A Salmon for Simon," Ann Blades lives near Vancouver, British Columbia.

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