In Abby's Hands

In Abby s Hands Abby is waiting for her labrador Opal to give birth to her pups When her grandfather has to go to hospital Abby is left alone to deliver the pups A gentle story about a young girl who believes she i

  • Title: In Abby's Hands
  • Author: Wendy A. Lewis Peter Ledwon Marilyn Mets
  • ISBN: 9780889952829
  • Page: 423
  • Format: Paperback
  • Abby is waiting for her labrador, Opal, to give birth to her pups When her grandfather has to go to hospital Abby is left alone to deliver the pups A gentle story about a young girl who believes she is incapable, but discovers her own resourcefulness when she needs it Age 8.

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    About “Wendy A. Lewis Peter Ledwon Marilyn Mets”

    1. Wendy A. Lewis Peter Ledwon Marilyn Mets

      Wendy A Lewis is an author from Uxbridge, Ontario, who writes books and stories of various types for all ages of young people Wendy studied English Literature at the University of Toronto and worked in various sales, marketing, and public relations positions Although she liked writing articles for newspapers and business publications, she didn t have much creative energy left for what she really wanted to do, which was write children s literature In 1996, Wendy went on maternity leave and gave birth to a baby girl and twelve short stories, which became her first book, Graveyard Girl Since then, Wendy has worked at home as a freelance writer, author, and mom to two amazing daughters who inspire countless story ideas.Wendy loves to learn about and write about nature, animals, and fascinating people To get at the heart of her stories, she has prowled through cemeteries, counted the eggs of a giant Leatherback sea turtle in Costa Rica, jumped out of airplanes, and learned about lacrosse from the Mohawk family of one of Canada s best ever lacrosse players She savors the challenge of writing different forms and genres of children s literature, experimenting with narrative styles and points of view, and stretching against literary conventions.

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