In The Wolves of Woden, we meet Maeve's O'Connor's grandmother, Jean MacDougall. It is 1940 and Europe is engulfed by war. Fifteen-year-old Jean is filled with the same anxiety that plagues the rest of the British colony of Newfoundland-loved ones have left to fight abroad, and invasion is an ever-present threat. On a visit to a remote village with her family, Jean wanders off and is magically transported to a mysterious realm, Annwn. Whenever her anxieties about the war get the best of her, Jean finds herself re-entering the hidden world she has discovered.
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Alison Baird is the author of The Wolves of Woden; The Hidden World; The Dragon's Egg, which was nominated for the Ontario Library Association Silver Birch Award and designated a regional winner by the participating children; and White as the Waves, which was shortlisted for the IODE Violet Downey Book Award.
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Book Description Puffin Canada, 2001. Paperback. Book Condition: New. book. Bookseller Inventory # 0141000678