"The one thing that you have that nobody else has is you. Your voice, your mind, your story, your vision. So write and draw and build and play and dance and live as only you can. "
"Part of the high-interest series Secrets, this audiobook includes support for reluctant readers through narrator Kelly Pruner's clear diction, easy pacing, and decidedly conversational tone. In Canada, 1964, 16-year-old Malou lives in an orphanage. When a fire destroys it, she receives a single clue about her parentage and sets off on her own. The clue brings her to a town with an unusually large number of children of color—a town full of secrets. Mature topics are introduced but handled age-appropriately. Besides delivering the occasional Canadian "eh?", Pruner doesn't attempt to effect Canadian, First Nation, or African–American accents or manners of speech. Listeners will feel Malou could be any contemporary friend."
KELLY IS A GUEST ON THE AUDIO FLOW PODCAST!
Kelly (as her pseudonym Katie McAble) talks books and the upcoming holidays with co-narrator Lorenzo Matthews and author Randi Cooley Wilson on Jocqueline M Protho's The Audio Flow Podcast.