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by Alison Acheson

Author: Alison Acheson
Subcategory: History
Language: English
Publisher: Coteau Books; 1 edition (July 1, 1998)
Pages: 144 pages
Category: For children
Rating: 4.4
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FREE shipping on qualifying offers. In 1880, twelve-year-old cousins Oliver and Bert were once friends but are now in dispute, just like their two towns - Prince Arthur's Landing and Fort William.

In 1996, Coteau Books published Acheson's first book, Thunder Ic.

In 1996, Coteau Books published Acheson's first book, Thunder Ice. Set in Ontario in the year 1870, it concerns the friendship of two cousins whose respective home towns are at conflict over the pending railway contract Subsequent publications include: The Half-Pipe Kidd, 1997, Coteau Books, for grades 5–9. Learning to Live Indoors, 1998, Porcupine's Quill, short stories for adults. Mud Girl, 2006, Coteau Books, for teens.

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In 1880, twelve-year-old cousins Oliver and Bert were once friends but are now in dispute, just like their two towns - Prince Arthur's Landing and Fort William.

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Thunder Ice. (1996) A novel by Alison Acheson. Their struggle, eventually successful, to understand and overcome their differences and disputes are not only realistically told, but forshadow the eventual joining of these two frontier towns into the modern city of Thunder Bay. Genre: Children's Fiction.

Alison Acheson has published two previous juvenile fiction novels, The Half-Pipe Kidd and Thunder Ice, which was a finalist for the Geoffrey Bilson Award, and the Manitoba and Red Cedar (BC) young readers choice awards. She has also published a collection of adult short fiction, Learning To Live Indoors, and has had work published in several anthologies - Carnal Nation, Write Turns and When I Was a Child.

Alison Acheson, Ladner, British Columbia. I write for folks of all ages, from picturebooks to nonfiction for adults. I also teach writing. It was a great year with a lot of great reads! I hope to have another great year next year. I am S. lison Acheson.

Author of Halfpipe Kidd, Thunder Ice, The Half-Pipe Kid, Molly's Cue, Grandpa's music, Mud Girl, Learning to live indoors, A Little House In A Big Place. Showing all works by author. Would you like to see only ebooks? Halfpipe Kidd. Alison Acheson. Regina, SK: Coteau Books, 1996. This slowly-paced historical fiction novel is Ms. Acheson's first book. The dialogue and plot would have little appeal for contemporary readers. Some readers in the Thunder Bay, Ontario area might be interested in the book as it sheds light on the history of the amalgamated communities. Lorraine Douglas is Youth Services Coordinator at the Winnipeg Public Library.

In 1880, twelve-year-old cousins Oliver and Bert were once friends but are now in dispute, just like their two towns - Prince Arthur's Landing and Fort William. Their struggle, eventually successful, to understand and overcome their differences and disputes are not only realistically told, but forshadow the eventual joining of these two frontier towns into the modern city of Thunder Bay.