The Walking Bathroom

Shauntay Grant

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ISBN: 9781771085564

The Walking Bathroom

  Author:   Shauntay Grant  
  Artist :   Erin Bennett Banks    
  Publisher:  Nimbus Publishing

It’s Halloween and Amayah doesn’t have a costume to wear to school. She dressed as a ghost for the last three years in a row, witches are overdone, and fairies are not her style. She wants to be something different, something creative, something no one else in the world has ever been in the history of Halloween.

A sweet story of standing out and fitting in, The Walking Bathroom is the newest book from award-winning author and spoken-word poet Shauntay Grant (Up Home). With fun, vibrant artwork from Erin Bennett Banks (Change of Heart), this imaginative tale is bound to inspire some unique costumes and become a Halloween favourite!

Details and Specs
ISBN associated with this title:9781771085564
Item NB1299
PublisherNimbus Publishing
Published onAugust 29 2017
Language eng
Pages 32
Format Hardcover
Dimensions10(in) x 8(in)
Shipping weight349(g)
Status ACTIVE TITLE
Shauntay Grant is a writer and performance artist based in Halifax. She is the author of several books for children including Up Home, winner of an Atlantic Book Award for Best Atlantic Published Book, and Africville, nominated for a Governor General's Literary Award. She teaches creative writing at Dalhousie University.

Erin Bennett Banks is a New York native with Canadian roots. She is the illustrator of The Patchwork Path, The First Music, and Hush Harbor. Her culturally distinct style has earned recognition by The New York Times , Oppeneim Toy Portfolio, and the Gustavus Myers Centre for the Study of Bigotry and Huamn Rights. Erin currently lives in Charleston, South Carolina.

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A Change of Heart could be used for discussions on historical themes such as the Civil Rights Movement and the history of Newfoundland. —Canadian Teacher Magazine (Vancouver, BC)
  

A Change of Heart will add a lot of value to any school library, public library or home library. Students will learn about many aspects of the past: history of the American south, Jim Crowe laws and Newfoundland before Confederation. —Canadian Materials (Winnipeg, MB)