In the Key of Do by Carole Frechette

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Carole Fréchette's account of the friendship and estrangement of two teenaged girls explores the fragility and the staying power of friendship, loyalty, and love.

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Carole FrA(c)chette has won many awards in Quebec. She is also a widely celebrated dramatist, winning such prizes as the Governor Generalas Award. Susan Ouriou has translated from both French and Spanish. Her translations have been shortlisted for both the Governor Generalas Award and the IBBY honor list. Susan Ouriou is a literary translator, fiction writer, and conference interpreter with an M.A. in Translation Studies from the Sorbonne University, Paris, France. Her French-English translation "The Road to Chlifa" was shortlisted for the 1996 Governor General's Award and was awarded an IBBY certificate of honour for translation. She has given papers on translation, creative writing, and interpreting at conferences in Canada and in Mexico and has sat on juries for the Governor General's Award for Translation and the Writers Guild of Alberta annual fiction award.
Published March 1, 2003 by Red Deer Press. 95 pages
Genres: Science Fiction & Fantasy, Children's Books, Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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Set in Montreal, Fréchette's (The Four Lives of Marie) compact novel presents a sometimes sketchy, sometimes polished portrait of the friendship between

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