Hiding in Hawk's Creek

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Dundurn, Mar 1, 2006 - Juvenile Fiction - 133 pages
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Fourteen-year-old Jennifer Bannon cannot face another boring summer in Springhills. She convinces her mother to let her spend July at her grandmother's cottage in Hawk's Creek. She does not reveal that her plan is to live with her grandmother forever in order to avoid the problems back home. But Hawk's Creek holds dark secrets, and Jennifer is soon drawn into the troubled world of Audrey Musquash, a Native girl accused of stealing and being out of control. In this tale of suspense and haunting friendship, Jennifer must face truths that will change her perspective on life forever.

 

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Contents

Chapter One
1
Chapter Two
17
Chapter Three
28
Chapter Four
39
Chapter Five
51
Chapter Six
63
Chapter Seven
71
Chapter Eight
78
Chapter Nine
87
Chapter Ten
93
Chapter Eleven
101
Chapter Twelve
107
Chapter Thirteen
116
Chapter Fourteen
122
Chapter Fifteen
129
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Brenda Chapman grew up in Terrace Bay, Ontario. An avid reader with a love for writing, she left home at age 18 to study English at Lakehead University in Thunder Bay. After receiving a bachelor's degree, she moved to Kingston, Ontario, to attend teacher’s college at Queen's University. Upon completion, she moved to Ottawa, where she became a special education teacher. Brenda taught reading and language arts to children, teenagers, and adults for nearly 15 years.

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