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Midwest Book Review - Through Flood & Fire

Midwest Book Review - Through Flood & Fire

"'Through Flood and Fire' by Anne Patton is an impressively crafted and fully entertaining novel written specifically for young readers ages 9 to 12, and students in grades 4, 5, and 6." Read More...

Midwest Book Review - 250 Hours

Midwest Book Review - 250 Hours

"'250 Hours' is an inherently absorbing and fully entertaining read from beginning to end." Read More...

Midwest Book Review - Convictions

Midwest Book Review - Convictions

"'Convictions' is a simply riveting read from beginning to end and will prove to be an enduringly popular addition to highschool and community library YA Fiction collections." Read More...

Humber Literary Review - Stay

Humber Literary Review - Stay

"With her debut middle-grade novel in verse, Stay, Saskatoon poet Katherine Lawrence pulls the metaphorical rabbit out of the hat, creating a touching, balanced portrayal of a young girl dealing with her parents’ separation, her father’s cancer diagnosis, and her unyielding (and long-unfulfilled) desire for a pet dog." Read More...

Western American Literature Review - Wild Rose

Western American Literature Review - Wild Rose

"While Wild Rose as historical fiction is a departure both from Butala’s more philosophical work on the natural world and landscape of Saskatchewan, and her modern novels and short stories, it is a highly accomplished amalgamation of both genres with the added elements of history and cultural memoir." Read More...

Quill & Quire Review - Stay

Quill & Quire Review - Stay

"Lawrence is an accomplished author with several books of poetry for adults to her name; here she pens a novel for young readers so profound and complex in its voice and subtle in its story that multiple readings are necessary to appreciate all the nuances." Read More...

Saskatoon StarPhoenix Interview - Katherine Lawrence on 'STAY'

Saskatoon StarPhoenix Interview - Katherine Lawrence on 'STAY'

"Lawrence firmly believes that writing saves lives. It teaches empathy, it’s a means of escape, it helps readers express themselves. And when you have a book, you have a friend." Read More...