The Doctor’s Apprentice

Overview

Short-listed for the 1999 Sheila A. Egoff Award for Children’s Literature and Geoffrey Bilson Award

Ann Walsh’s sequel to Moses, Me and Murder (Pacific Educational Press) continues the adventures of Ted, now 14. Still tormented by the ghost of murderer James barry, Ted apprentices to the eccentric doctor J.B. Wilkinson, whose dependency on opium for his patients and for his own demons reveals a past intertwined with the life and death of an enigmatic woman named sophia Cameron.

Awards

Short-listed
Sheila A. Egoff Award for Children’s Literature
1999
Short-listed
Geoffrey Bilson Award
1999
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About the Author

Ann Walsh

Posted by Kendra on December 6, 2014
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Ann Walsh

Ann Walsh is the author of thirteen books for young people. She is a winner of the Canadian Children’s Book Centre Our Choice Award, the Forest of Reading Golden Oak Award, and was a Canadian Library Association Notable selection. She was also shortlisted for the Forest of Reading Silver Birch Award and the B.C. Book Prize. She lives in Victoria, B.C.