The Year's Best, 1996
Non-fiction, Preschool-Grade 6
Non-fiction, Grades 7 - 12
CD-ROM & Computer Software
Fiction, Grades 3-6
Fiction, Grades 7-12
Resource Links' reviewers and review coordinators have selected these titles as "The Best" we've seen during our first year of publication.
FICTION, GRADES 3-6
BOSSLEY, Michele Martin.
Breathing not required. Lorimer, 1995. (1.2).
Melanie Bluelake's dream. Coteau, 1995. (1.3).
A stroke of luck. (Sports stories). Lorimer, 1995. (1.6).
Dark of the moon. Illustrated by Dan Clark. Roussan, 1995. (1.5).
Tails of flame. Stoddart, 1995. (1.1).
Castle Tourmandyne. HarperCollins, 1995. (1.2).
Where have you been, Billy boy? HarperCollins, 1995. (1.3).
KATZ, Welwyn Wilton.
Out of the dark. Groundwood, 1995. (1.2).
Fitting in. Second Story, 1995. (1.5).
The night voyagers. Lester, 1995. (1.4).
Cougar Cove. Illustrated by Don Powell. Orca, 1996. (1.6).
Maddie in danger. (First novel). Translated by Sarah Cummins. Illustrated by Marie-Louise Gay. Formac, 1995. (1.6).
The twilight marsh and other wilderness adventures. Illustrated by Jim
Brennan. Polestar, 1995. (1.1.)
His banner over me. Viking, 1995. (1.1).
Mystery at Lake Placid. (Screech Owl Series). McClelland & Stewart,
Mistaken identity. Scholastic, 1995. (1.2).
Sink or swim. Lorimer, 1995. (1.2).
Jacob Two-Two's first spy case. Illustrated by Norman Eyolfson.
McClelland & Stewart, 1995. (1.2).
Video rivals. (First novel). Translated by Sarah Cummins. Illustrated by
Pierre Durand. Formac, 1995. (1.6).
SCHULTZ, James Willard.
With the Indians in the Rockies. (First published in 1912). Fifth House,
The memory book. Illustrated by Malcolm Cullen. Key Porter, 1995.
The onlyhouse. (Northern lights young novels). Red Deer College, 1995.
Quincy Rumpel and the all-day breakfast. Groundwood Douglas &
McIntyre, 1996. (1.6).
Harold and Harold. Illustrated by Terry Roscoe. Pottersfield, 1995.