Tracker's Canyon is nominated for the Red Maple Award!

Tracker's Canyon is nominated for the Red Maple Award!

Posted on October 24 by Pam Withers in Awards, Fiction, News, Teens
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October 15, 2018 – Dundurn Press is thrilled to announce that Tracker’s Canyon by Pam Withers has been nominated for the Forest of Reading Red Maple Award.

Tracker’s Canyon follows 16-year-old Tristan, a skilled climber and tracker. When his father goes missing, Tristan decides to venture out into Swallow Canyon and find him, but things take a turn when Tristan realizes he may have walked into a trap!

School Library Journal calls Tracker’s Canyon “a great choice for filling the dearth of realistic adventure novels for the middle-school crowd.”

Award winners will be announced in May 2019.

Pam Withers is an award-winning author of 17 teen adventure novels, including First Descent and Andreo’s Race, and two non-fiction books. She is a former outdoor guide, journalist, and editor. Pam lives in Vancouver.

Learn more about the Red Maple Award on the OLA website

To book an interview with Pam Withers, please contact: Elham Ali, Publicist 416-214-5544 x.227; eali [at] dundurn [nospam] com

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Pam Withers

Pam Withers is an award-winning author of over a dozen young adult novels, including Tracker’s Canyon and Stowaway, and two nonfiction books. She lives in Vancouver.