Photo: Paul Hum

Photo: Paul Hum

(working title)

March 2016, Lorimer Publishing.

The kid they’re bullying –
just might be the team’s best chance.

The Toronto Blues baseball team isn’t having a winning season. Their pitcher throws hard, but not usually over the plate. Their catcher is a goofball and their shortstop hates everyone—not least of all himself.

When they hear that a new, all-star player from the States is going to join the team, they’re thrilled; maybe they will finally win something. But what will happen when the athlete they’re pinning their hopes on turns out to be the gay kid they’ve been bullying at school?

This middle-grade sports novel features compelling characters in situations kids can relate to. With plenty of baseball action and fast-paced dialogue, even the most reluctant reader will keep turning the pages to find out what happens next.


Gabby: Wonder Girl



Coming, early 2016: Gabby: Wonder Girl; illustrated by Jan Dolby, published by Fitzhenry & Whiteside.



Gabby: Drama Queen (2013)

When Gabby andGabby Drama Queen front cover her friend Roy want to put on a play, what could go wrong?
They soon find out, as “Queen Gabriella” loses her precious crown! They’ll find it in the most unlikely place – with the help of Gabby’s magic word-making book and her nutty but loveable neighbour, Mrs. Oldham.

Gabby: Drama Queen is published by Fitzhenry & Whiteside and illustrated by Jan Dolby. Ages 2 to 6; 32 pages.


Gabby (2013)
It’s the story of quirky, likeable Gabby who discovers that her alphabet book has a magical quality. Its letters can be used to create anything she likes.

When Gabby puts the letters together to create a cat and its natural enemy, Gabby has to think fast! Can she get everyone to become friends?

Gabby is published by Fitzhenry & Whiteside and illustrated by Jan Dolby. Ages 2 to 6; 32 pages. ISBN-978-1554552504.

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