Your Time, My Time
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Your Time, My Time

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by Ann Walsh
     
 

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Moving with her mother from Vancouver to Wells, British Columbia, Elizabeth Connell longs for the excitement of the city and her father, brother, and friends left behind. While she is in the peaceful graveyard of nearby Barkerville she finds a small gold ring that has very special powers. By twisting the ring on her finger, Elizabeth is transported to the

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Moving with her mother from Vancouver to Wells, British Columbia, Elizabeth Connell longs for the excitement of the city and her father, brother, and friends left behind. While she is in the peaceful graveyard of nearby Barkerville she finds a small gold ring that has very special powers. By twisting the ring on her finger, Elizabeth is transported to the nineteenth century during the heyday of the gold rush. Caught between her present life with family and friends and a love in the past, Elizabeth learns more than history.

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9781554886913
Publisher:
Dundurn Press
Publication date:
03/02/2009
Series:
Dundurn Teachers' Guide
Sold by:
Barnes & Noble
Format:
NOOK Book
Pages:
168
File size:
2 MB
Age Range:
9 - 12 Years

Meet the Author

Ann Walsh is the author of several books for young people, including two sequels, By the Skin of His Teeth and The Doctor's Apprentice, which was shortlisted for a B.C. Book Prize and the Geoffrey Bilson Award. Her novel Shabash! was shortlisted for the Silver Birch Award and all of her novels have been “Our Choice” selections of the Canadian Children’s Book Centre. She lives in Williams Lake, British Columbia.

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Your Time, My Time 4 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 1 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I was in high school when this novel first came out and had the added advantage of living in the same town as the author as well as attending school with her daughter. As a teen, I loved this story. The idea of time travel might be old, but to a teen, it was somewhat new. Before this book, the Gold Rush was only something I had half-hearted studied in history books but with this book it was brought to life. To this day, each time I read something about the Gold Rush, Barkerville BC or time travelling teens I am reminded of this story.