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- 304 pages
- 6 x 9 inches
- Juvenile Fiction, Historical, Canada
- Juvenile Fiction, Historical, Canada, Post-Confederation (1867 To Present)
- Juvenile Fiction, People & Places, Canada
Toronto, Time Travel, Antisemitism, pre-war Canada, 1930s, Mystery, Childhood
The Tree of Life
Charlotte lives with her grandfather in a house with a secret: The Tower Room. It is the one room in which she’s been forbidden to snoop. Charlotte, however, is eleven years old and has a mind of her own, and when she and her friend Henry hide beneath the table of the Tower Room one afternoon in May, they overhear part of a conversation they were not meant to hear and are drawn into an adventure they could scarcely have imagined.
Thrown back in time sixty years, they find themselves unwittingly involved in the imminent disappearance of a family heirloom with a colourful and uncertain past. But families too have their secrets, and the reasons behind them are rarely straightforward, and it is unclear what role Charlotte and Henry are meant to play if they are ever to return to their own time.
A fascinating portrait of Toronto in the spring of 1939, The Tree of Life explores the nature of family, loss, and what it means to find one’s place in the world.
Dawn Davis lives and writes in Toronto. She splits her time between the Toronto Reference Library and her home that looks out over the ravine. The Tree of Life is her first book.
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