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Robin Stevenson

Photo: Centric Photography 2018

Robin Stevenson is the award winning author of more than 25 books for kids and teens. She writes fiction and non-fiction, and her books have been translated into a number of languages and published in dozen countries. She is a GG finalist, Silver Birch Award and Stonewall Honor winner, and a 4 time BC Book Prize finalist. Her recent books include the non-fiction books KID ACTIVISTS, MY BODY MY CHOICE, and PRIDE: THE CELEBRATION AND THE STRUGGLE, as well as the picture book GHOST'S JOURNEY and the teen novel WHEN YOU GET THE CHANCE. Robin lives on the west coast of Canada.  


 

Phone number:
c/o Writers' Union of Canada

Publications

A Thousand Shades of Blue. Orca, 2008
Impossible Things. Orca, 2008
Big Guy. Orca, 2008
Dead in the Water. Orca, 2008
Out of Order. Orca, 2008
Inferno. Orca, 2009
In the Woods. Orca, 2009
Escape Velocity. Orca, 2011
Hummingbird Heart. Orca, 2012
Attitude. Orca, 2013
Ben's Robot. Orca, 2010
Ben the Inventor. Orca, 2011
Outback. Orca, 2012
Damage. Orca, 2013
Liars and Fools. Orca, 2010
Record Breaker. Orca, 2013

Awards

Canadian Children's Book Centre-- Best Books (starred selection) for Out of Order
OLA Honourable Mention for Out of Order
BC Book Prize finalist for A Thousand Shades of Blue, 2009
Diamond Willow finalist for Impossible Things, 2009
Chocolate Lily finalist for Impossible Things, 2009
Governor General's Literary Awards finalist for A Thousand Shades of Blue, 2009
BC Book Prize Finalist for Inferno, 2010
Eligible for National Public Readings Program :
Yes

WITS

Presentation Description

Presentation Length:
flexible
Genre:
YA and children's fiction
Audience size:
any
Workshop Description:

Northern OAC WITS:
No
One session:
$250
Two sessions:
$500
Three sessions:
$750
Four sessions:
$1000
GST:
GST not applicable

Equity Initiative

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