A real fish tale When the big one gets away, Amy figures the day is ruined. Or is it? Set on Canada's west coast, A Morning to Polish and Keep is a story of adventure, family interaction and the lasting comfort of memory.
Beautifully Illustrated by Sheena Lott.
Recommended reading ages: 4-10
About the Author
Julie Lawson is the award-winning author of numerous books for children and young adults. Her most recent title is Ghosts of the Titanic. Other works include White Jade Tiger, winner of the Sheila A Egoff Award, No Safe Harbour, winner of the Hackmatack Award and A Ribbon of Shining Steel, shortlisted for the CLA Book Award. A former elementary teacher, she balances her time between presenting in schools and libraries throughout the country, travelling the world, and writing from her home in Victoria, British Columbia. Sheena Lott is an accomplished artist who for the past 25 years, has had a very successful and varied career. This busy artist currently exhibits at the Winchester Galleries and The Art Gallery of Greater Victoria Art Rental. She is best known for her painterly style and 3-color palette often depicting figures in the landscape. Sheena has illustrated ten children's books including Singing the Dark, Jessie's Island and Salmon Forest.