Gail Anderson-Dargatz

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What is your latest release and what genre is it?Search and Rescue is a mystery for literacy learners. Reading level: 3.0 (Part of the Rapid Reads adult literacy series published by Orca Books)

Quick description: When a young woman goes missing on a nature trail, small-town journalist Claire Abbott is first on the scene, as usual. The clues to the woman’s whereabouts are misleading, but Claire has a sixth sense—what the fire chief calls a “radar for crime.” Trusting her intuition, Claire insists that the search and rescue team look elsewhere for clues to the woman’s disappearance. When they fail to follow up on her lead, she pursues it on her own, embarking on a snowy chase up a mountainside that puts herself and others in danger. She’s more than just a journalist chasing a story. Claire is determined to do the right thing at any…

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9 responses to “Gail Anderson-Dargatz

  1. Thanks for reblogging, David!

  2. Sounds very exciting. Thanks David — and nice to meet you, Gail. Hugs!

  3. Gail’s a great Canadian talent and she’s holding workshops next year on Manitoulin Island (not far from where I live). I think Ima go 🙂

  4. Thanks for this, David. Gail’s book sounds excellent, and literacy learners deserve well written, very interesting stories. I’ve passed this link on to the curriculum director/literature purchaser at the district where I taught for 30 years. It’s a very large district, and the goal for 2014-15 is to purchase class sets of good books (at this level!) to inspire readers.
    We’ll see what happens! Fingers crossed.

    • Fantastic Marylin, I think I’ll write to Gail and say I want my 10%. I’m all for anything that encourages reading again, it parks off more imagination than TV can.
      xxx Humongous Hugs xxx

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