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This high-interest, low-vocabulary novella is intended for adult basic education (ABE) and English as a Second Language (ESL) readers. Sara used to be a back-up singer in a band. She left her singing career to raise a family. She is content with being a stay-at-home mom. Then, one Saturday, Sara's world changes. Sara and her family go to an outdoor music festival. There, on stage, Sara sees Jim, the lead singer from her old band. He invites her to sing with him. Being on stage brings back forgotten feelings for Sara - and for Jim. And Sara's husband Rob sure doesn't like what he sees. Sara also sees something else: a coyote. Learn how Coyote, the trickster spirit, turns Sara's life upside down. Lexile level: HL500L
About the Author
Gail Anderson-Dargatz is a bestselling author published worldwide in English and other languages. Her books have been short-listed for five awards: the Giller Prize; the Leacock Award for humour; the Canadian Author’s Association Fiction Award, the OLA Evergreen Award; and the Sunburst Award. A number of Gail’s books have been national bestsellers. She divides her time between Manitoulin Island and the Shuswap region of BC, the landscape found in so much of her writing.