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Meet the Author: Caroline Adderson

On November 17th 2016, the incredibly talented Caroline Adderson gave a presentation at Christianne’s Lyceum on her new release Vancouver Vanishes. It was a call to anyone who lives in Vancouver to take more notice of the walls around them. … Continue reading

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Book Launch Party for Sarah Ellis and Caroline Adderson

   

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Drum Roll, Please

Caroline Adderson won the Sheila A. Egoff Children’s Literature Prize at the BC Book Prizes last week, with her novel Middle of Nowhere. Middle of Nowhere was also an OLA 2012 Best Bet, a Quill & Quire 2012 Book of … Continue reading

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In the CWILLosphere

Awards, tours, and workshops… CWILL BC members are busy people! Victoria Miles and Caroline Adderson took part in the BC Book Prizes On Tour, and blogged about their experiences. Having just returned from a two-week family visit to the UK, … Continue reading

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In the CWILLosphere

Here’s what CWILL BC members are up to this week: On Gail Anderson Dargatz’s blog, Caroline Adderson offers nine tips on writing for kids; Carol Anne Shaw’s new book Hannah and the Salish Sea is featured on CanLit for Little … Continue reading

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In the CWILLosphere

CWILL BC members have many reasons to celebrate this week: Deborah Hodge‘s Rescuing the Children and Caroline Adderson‘s Jasper John Dooley, Star of the Week have been shortlisted for the Hackmatack children’s choice award; Kirsti Anne Wakelin received advance copies … Continue reading

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