Windows on the World: Canadian Publishers Offer Global Perspectives on Childhood

  • Elizabeth Galway University of Winnipeg

Abstract

Books Reviewed: Ellis, Deborah. Our Stories, Our Songs: African Children Talk About AIDS. Markham, ON: Fitzhenry & Whiteside, 2005. 104 pp. $22.95 hc, $17.95 pb. ISBN 1-55041-913-7, 1-55041-912-9. Jordan, Rosa. Lost Goat Lane. Markham, ON: Fitzhenry & Whiteside, 2005. 197 pp. $12.95 pb. ISBN 1-55041-932-3. Machado, Ana Maria. From Another World. Illus. Lúcia Brandão. Trans. Luisa Baeta. Toronto: Groundwood, 2005. 136 pp. $18.95 hc, $9.95 pb. ISBN 0-88899-597-0, 0-88899-641-1. Menchú, Rigoberta, with Dante Liano. The Girl from Chimel. Illus. Domi. Trans. David Unger. Toronto: Groundwood, 2005. 56 pp. $18.95 hc. ISBN 0-88899-666-7. Mwangi, Meja. The Mzungu Boy. Toronto: Groundwood, 2005. 150 pp. $18.95 hc, $9.95 pb. ISBN 0-88899-653-5, 0-88899-664-0. Nyoka, Gail. Mella and the N’anga: An African Tale. Toronto: Sumach, 2005. 160 pp. $10.95 pb. ISBN 1-894549-49-X. Selvadurai, Shyam. Swimming in the Monsoon Sea. Toronto: Tundra, 2005. 274 pp. $24.99 hc. ISBN 0-88776-735-4. Spring, Debbie. The Righteous Smuggler. Toronto: Second Story, 2005. 160 pp. $8.95 pb. ISBN 1-896764-97-5.
Published
2009-11-03
Section
Views, Reviews & Interviews / Points de vue, comptes rendus, entrevues