Winds of L’Acadie – by Lois Donovan
“Powerful and thought-provoking, leaving the reader longing for more…”
Canadian Literature – A Quarterly of Criticism and Review.
“Lois Donovan has created two intriguing plot lines that show an increasing depth of character…”
CM Magazine – Book reviews, media reviews, news, and author profiles of interest to teachers, librarians, parents and kids.
“Donovan’s sterling account of how two teenagers spent their summer vacation is a first-class story deserving of a first-class grade.”
Books In Canada– The definitive source for reviews of Canadian books by outstanding authors.
“Winds of L’Acadie is such an interesting, historical story, I loved it! I learned so much and I would definitely recommend it…”
5 out of 5 Stars
Kids WWwrite – The E-zine for young authors and readers.
“I would highly recommend this book as an addition to school and public libraries. It will be of interest to young adult readers who like historical fiction or time travel and will also be a great supplement to social studies classes which study the Acadian element in Canadian history.”
Winds of L’acadie Book Review Resource Links – The national journal devoted to the review and evaluation of Canadian resources for children and young adults.
“An all around excellent choice!”
Lane Education Service District Book Review Program – This long-standing service provides library books to schools in exchange for reviews, written by participating educators. This site reviews books for schools and libraries throughout the United States – Lane County, Oregon.