Author Tags: Kidlit & Young Adult
Marion Woodson of Nanaimo is a former family services association coordinator and college instructor. Her books for young adults include Dinosaur Fever (Dundurn 2008) in which 15-year-old Adam Zapotica of Calgary befriends a 15-year-old girl named Jamie on a contemporary dinosaur dig--even though participants are supposed to be eighteen years of age or older. Together they uncover the mystery of who has been pilfering some of the important finds made by the paleontologists on Milk River Ridge near Writing-on-Stone Provincial Park in southern Alberta.
Charlotte's Vow (Beach Holme, 2000)
My Brother's Keeper (Raincoast)
Dinosaur Fever (Dundurn, 2008).
[BCBW 2008] "Kidlit"