Looking for Canada: Places and Cultural Spaces in Recent Fiction for Adolescents

  • Theresa Rogers
Keywords: places, spaces, Canada


Review of:

Brooks, Martha. Mistik Lake. Toronto: Groundwood, 2007.

Choyce, Lesley. Book of Michael. Markham, ON: Red Deer, 2008.

Gringas, Charlotte. Pieces of Me. Trans. Susan Ouriou. Toronto: Kids Can, 2009.

Holubitsky, Katherine. Tweaked. Victoria: Orca, 2008.

Ibbitson, John. The Landing. Toronto: Kids Can, 2008.

Jocelyn, Marthe. Would You. Toronto: Tundra, 2008.

Nanji, Shenaaz. Child of Dandelions. Honesdale, PA: Front Street, 2008.

Stevenson, Robin. Out of Order. Victoria: Orca, 2007.

Tamaki, Mariko. Skim. Illus. Jillian Tamaki. Toronto: Groundwood, 2008.

Taylor, Drew Hayden. The Night Wanderer. Toronto: Annick, 2007.


DOI: 10.1353/jeu.0.0012

Author Biography

Theresa Rogers

Theresa Rogers is a professor of Language and Literacy Education at the University of British Columbia, Canada. Her interests include critical theoretical perspectives on adolescent literature, and new/multiple literacy practices among adolescents in schools and communities. For more information, see http://theresarogers.ca.

How to Cite
Rogers, T. (2010). Looking for Canada: Places and Cultural Spaces in Recent Fiction for Adolescents. Jeunesse: Young People, Texts, Cultures, 2(1). Retrieved from http://jeunessejournal.ca/index.php/yptc/article/view/3
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