Bruno for Real

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Orca Book Publishers, May 1, 2008 - JUVENILE FICTION - 64 pages
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Seven-year-old Bruno is back and tackling problems with his trademark originality. He defeats hiccups. He trades his mother for a new hat. He skillfully avoids math. And thanks to his special Flutter Kick, he easily advances to the next level -- in swimming and in life! Bruno is ready for any challenge as he learns all there is to know about being a boy.

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About the author (2008)

Caroline Adderson also writes for children and adults and has won two Ethel Wilson Fiction Prizes, three CBC Literary Awards, as well as the 2006 Marion Engel Award given annually to an outstanding female writer in mid-career. Her numerous nominations include the Scotiabank Giller Prize longlist, the Governor General's Literary Award, the Rogers' Trust Fiction Prize and the Commonwealth Writers' Prize.

Helen Flook was born and grew up in the beautiful countryside of Wales. She has worked as an excavator and illustrator on a number of archaeological digs in Britain, France and Germany. She also worked for The Royal Society for the Protection of. In 1995, she moved with her husband and son to Canada. In 2005, Helen and her family returned to Wales and she now lives and works from a beautiful village called Abergwyngregyn.

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