MARSHA SKRYPUCH has become the pre-eminent children's writer on Canadian-Ukrainian history. She has won numerous awards and nominations for her books. Including the CCBC's Our Choice Award, Saskatchewan's Snow Willow Award and the 2004 Rocky Mountain book Award for Hope's War. She was also nominated for the W.O. Mitchell Literary Prize for her body of work and mentorship of other writers. Her most recent novels are Nobody's Child and Aram's Choice, and she has edited a new anthology of Ukrainian memoirs, Kobzar's Children.
Author's Residence: Brantford, Ontario
Borrowed this from the library; and then purchased it for my dad. Although written from the perspective of a young girl; thought dad would relate to someone starting a new life in... Read morePublished 11 months ago by Christine KH
Award-winning Ukrainian-Canadian author Marsha Forchuk Skrypuch once again presents a well-written, well-documented historical fiction, which is enthralling, educational, and... Read morePublished on March 21 2011 by Yaroslava Benko