My Home Bay

My Home Bay

Book - 2003
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Gwyn's family has traveled from Vancouver to Nova Scotia, where they plan to make their new home in Mahone Bay. Gwyn doesn't care for the idea at all and, in fact, has sulked from the west coast to the east, unlike her little sister, Linden, who's caught up in the adventure. Gwyn only agreed to make the trip because her parents bribed her with three promises to be filled when they reached their destination.

Despite her unease, Gwyn begins to grow into this new place, and as the three promises are slowly delivered, she comes to agree with Linden that this is indeed "My Home Bay".

Publisher: Calgary : Red Deer Press, 2003.
ISBN: 9780889952843
Branch Call Number: Z CAR
Characteristics: [32] p. : col. ill.


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Jul 14, 2015

Gwyn’s family has traveled across the country from Vancouver to Nova Scotia where they plan to settle. Gwyn doesn’t like the idea at all unlike her sister Linden who likes the adventure. At first, Gwyn feels uneasy with a new house and a new school. However, there is a salt marsh and cranberries, and Uncle Peter who takes her fishing. Will Gwen ever feels at home at this new and strange place.

This book teaches kids the struggles of moving. This books can relate to kids who are moving. It will teach them about moving, struggles and how to overcome them. This book touched my heart. Overall a lovely story.

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