Mini Bike Hero

Mini Bike Hero None

  • Title: Mini Bike Hero
  • Author: Claire Mackay
  • ISBN: 9780590736367
  • Page: 260
  • Format: None
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    About "Claire Mackay"

    1. Claire Mackay

      Claire Mackay s writing career was not particularly discernible until she wrote her first novel, Mini Bike Hero, in response to her youngest son s request for a story about his obsession And to Claire s continuing astonishment it was accepted, published, became a best seller, and turned my life upside down Until that event I had never once thought that I could write for young people Encouraged by fan letters and publishers, Claire wrote five novels and four non fiction works Claire was commissioned by Annick Press to write The Toronto Story 1990 Claire was the perfect person to undertake this job since her own roots in the city run so deep Her ancestors trekked north from the United States in about 1791, and one of them fought in the War of 1812 Her grandmother sold ribbons at Eaton s in 1900, and her father had an office in the Gooderham or Flatiron building that is featured throughout the book.Claire has also written First Folks and Vile Voyageurs in the Horrible Canadian History series and was the editor of the anthology Laughs Tundra.Despite her many published books Claire still regards her own writing career as something of an accident, and is bemused by the whole thing I am not sure yet what kind of writing I m good at, claims Claire But I am profoundly certain that I was supposed to be a writer it just took me a long time to get at it Claire lives in Toronto.

    666 thoughts on “Mini Bike Hero”

    1. When I received this book as a part of a give-away in an attempt to save them from the trash I took a quick glance at this one and cringed at the thought of reading it. And I have surely, surely tried to avoid this one but looking like the smallest of the ones I have leftover for YA fiction I chose to take it work and left it there where I was in need of a book today since I finished another quite unexpectedly with nothing else to fall back on. I keep having to remind myself that this book took [...]

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