Flower Power

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Orca Book Publishers, Sep 1, 2005 - Juvenile Fiction - 128 pages
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Callie's mother has chained herself to the neighbor's tree and is living inside the treehouse. She refuses to come down until the neighbor, Mr. Wilson, agrees to leave the tree standing. Soon reporters arrive to interview Callie about her mother's protest. Callie doesn’t want to talk to anyone. More chaos ensues when Callie's grandmother invites the "singing grannies" to help save the tree, the neighbor's biker friends come to her aid, and Callie's friends show up to try to get themselves on TV. Callie needs to figure out how to get her mother to come down from the tree so that her life can return to normal.

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About the author (2005)

Ann is a long time Williams Lake, British Columbia resident who has taught both in elementary schools and at the college level. Her work has appeared in magazines and anthologies around the world and her books have been nominated for major Canadian book prizes. More about Ann can be found at the CWILL BC website, www.cwill.bc.ca/public/search/member_detail/62.

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