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A time for Evron
Author - Bryan Smillie, B.A., M.Ed.
Illustrator - Mike Rooth

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Number of Pages - 189
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Summary
Evron, along with eleven of his dog friends, have come to Earth from another planet far away in space. They are here to see how Earth's kids respond to them. The dogs are confidantes to the young people and so the kids talk to them about their private feelings. They can always talk to their Evron friend in privacy. A number of issues arise throughout the book from first love and friendship problems, to low self-esteem, abuse and racism. Evron is always there to guide the young people. Sometimes he gives direct advice; other times, he helps them to work out decisions on their own. Every kid should have an Evron by his or her side to help out.
 
Publication Date
2001
 
Languages
English
 
Contributor
Bryan Smillie - Canada
 
Publisher
Shabrya Publishing - Canada
Copyright held by - Bryan Smillie.
This work is made available with the permission of the owner of copyright.

ISBN
0-9689516-0-0
 
Awards
Elementary Teachers' Federation of Ontario (Canada) Writer's Award, 2004; Canadian Children’s Book Centre Our Choice Award, 2003
 
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