Two recent reviews came in for Whale Song, both from librarians--one from Canada, the other from the US--proving that Whale Song is well loved on both sides of the border.
Jen, a reference librarian at an academic institution in Canada, has this to say about Whale Song:
Glenda York, Assistant Director of Russell County Public Library in Kentucky says Whale Song is:
"I really enjoyed the story...It was moving...it's definitely a recommended read."
"A well written young adult coming of age tragedy thats appeal transcends the teen audience and encompasses anyone that would enjoy a tale well told...this novel is a haunting tale of choices made and how the repercussions of those choices can tear a family apart. It is an enchanting and uplifting tale that combines the optimistic spirituality of native myth with the hard realities of modern existence. The characters and descriptive setting will enthrall you."
~Cheryl Kaye Tardif, author of Whale Song
These reviews are just confirmation of what I already know- WHALE SONG is a fantastic book. I liked it to much when I read it, I even wrote to the publisher and THANKED HIM for publishing it.
Beth Fehlbaum, author
Courage in Patience, a story of hope for those who have endured abuse
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